Published on November 22nd, 2013 | by wonderboy13
U-he Diva v1.2.0 [FULL WORKING]
That’s right folks! U-he software released this analog-like monster. Diva v1.2. Download it now and see for yourelf. Crack included of course 😉 DIVA – Dinosaur Impersonating Virtual Analogue Synthesizer. The oscillators, filters and envelopes closely model components found in some of the great monophonic and polyphonic synthesizers of yesteryear. Modules can be mixed and matched so you can build hybrids, but what sets DIVA apart is the sheer authenticity of the analogue sound. This comes at the cost of quite a high CPU-hit, but we think it was worth it: Diva is the first native software synth that applies methods from industrial circuit simulators (e.g. PSpice) in realtime. The behaviour of zero-delay-feedback filters when pushed to the limit clearly demonstrates the advantages of this groundbreaking approach. Check out more than 1200 presets. If your computer can handle it, try them in “Divine” mode.
It’s rare that a new plug-in feels instantly familiar, but Diva achieves this by sneakily borrowing important bits from a number of well-known synths. With one exception I’ve owned them all at some time or other, making this one of the briefest sessions of ‘getting to know you’ ever. But what are these classic analogues from which Diva’s inspiration is drawn? The manual doesn’t say explicitly, but the hints are easy to follow, and if you need more clues, Diva’s panel graphics and ‘Init’ patches should sort it. In no particular order, they are: Moog’s Minimoog, Roland’s Jupiter 6, Jupiter 8, Alpha Juno and Juno 60, and Korg’s MS20. These fine instruments form the basis of Diva’s oscillators, filters and envelopes, with a few judicious tweaks here and there. Although the elements can be swapped freely, Diva’s purpose is not to impersonate any one synth specifically.
The interface is set in a tasteful maroon panel with wooden end-cheeks and in resolutions to suit any monitor. The mouse has to move an unexpectedly large distance before an oscillator switches octaves, but other than that, there was nothing to slow me down and I was soon whizzing about. A double-click sets any control to its default value and, for the mouse‑shy amongst us, a basic MIDI learn system enables assignment of external controllers, adding tactility to the Diva experience. The lower section features five buttons that reformat the panel immediately above to juggle features less related to hands-on tweaking.
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