kHs One

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The kHs One is available for Windows and Mac as AU, VST.

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kHs ONE was not designed to be a fat analog beast with a massive warm sound. That just happened anyway.

We have put a lot of time and effort into making oscillators and filters of the highest quality which gives kHs ONE a pleasantly warm and analog sound.

Working with professional musicians and producers throughout the development process, we have made sure that the sound meets their high standards.

kHs ONE is available as VST and AudioUnit plugins which work in all popular digital audio workstations like Cubase, Sonar, Logic Pro, Garageband, Ableton Live, FL Studio, Reaper, Studio One and many others. Both 32 bit and 64 bit versions are available on MacOS X and Windows operating systems.


  • 2 Oscillators (saw/square/noise)
  • Sub oscillator
  • 2 Filters
  • Per voice wave shaper
  • 2 LFOs
  • 3 Envelopes (amp/filter/mod)
  • 8 voice unison
  • 24 voice polyphony
  • Env/LFO legato on/off
  • Portamento/Glide
  • Onboard FX: Chorus, Delay, Equalizer and Limiter
  • windows
  • windows64
  • mac
  • mac64
  • vst
  • au

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If you want to use kHs One in a real project you will want to license your copy.

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"The sound is indeed excellent and the price is certainly right. If you're looking to fill out your bass and lead sections with some authentic analogue oomph, this'll do the trick nicely."/Computer Music UK "kHs ONE is amazingly thick sounding, and is quickly becoming my fav new synth. Swedish engineering yet again!"/James Wiltshire (Freemasons) "Loving this synth, does a very nice impression of my beloved Juno 60. Can we have a whole Roland 'sound a like' sound bank please?"/Vern (Stretch & Vern/Reflekt)


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