Diva comes with a large and varied factory preset library, but sometimes you need fresh inspiration, new sounds or new genres to delve into. To encourage your explorations with Diva, we asked top sound designers to create exclusive new soundsets packed with pads, leads, basses, sequences and much more.
Even if you are not a keyboard wizard, synth presets that go way beyond bread-and-butter when you dig into them can make all the difference to the character of your tracks.
Howard Scarr created Performer to help you out.
Each preset was crafted for maximum expression with carefully balanced ranges: Up to 5 dimensions of control warp each sound in a variety of musically satisfying ways.
Equally at home in the recording studio or on stage, the 130 instruments in Performer span 40 years of synth keyboard history: Polyphonic string, brass and organ sounds, monophonic leads and basses… plus a bunch of playable arpeggios and effects designed to wow any audience. Now show Diva your best performance.
Listen to Performer
Demo tracks showcasing some sounds found in Performer.
Performer takes on a contemporary techno / house style of music.
A slow loopy electronica track.
A run-through some Performer presets:
Deform discards any preconceived notions about what Diva should sound like. Radical modular glitches, beautifully fractured pads and mysterious leads set the stage to push Diva out its natural comfort zone into strange sonic territories. Sound designer Kyhon has crafted a surprising and unique collection of over 500 sounds showcasing Diva at its most extreme.
Listen to Deform
A few short demo songs to hear what comes with this soundset:
A taste of Deform with a breakbeat inspired track from Eitan Nemet.
Eitan Nemet provides a trippy intense track made with Deform sounds.
Flickering, moody electronica track with a bit of "clicks and cuts" style by Oddvar.
About the Author
Kyhon is an avant-garde sound designer and music producer living in Tel Aviv who likes to push boundaries: “I want to tell a story — or at least evoke a vision — through my sounds and my music. The power to surprise an audience is very important to me, and I'd like to let them know that there is no limit to human imagination.” Visit Kyhon's website.