The story

The KRISCHER_MINI is a complete recreation of John KRISCHER’s MINI analogue synthesizer handmade in France. This sample-based instrument is running in Kontakt 6.7 Full (not the Player).
Sampled by Fluidshell Design & fully endorsed by John KRISCHER.

It’s a simple & straightforward setup like it’s ancestor the K-OSC:
– a sound generator, the KRISCHER MINI
– a simple LFO offering two waveforms
– a classic LPF/HPF filter controlled by the LFO
– 3 effetcs pedals (Drive, Phaser, BBD Delay)
– A multi-fx Pad (including delay/reverb/bitcrusher…)
– a more sophisticated Studio Racks view (including 3 Bands EQ, Tape Simulator, Compressor, Stereo Processor)


Reviews for KRISCHER MINI (2022)

  • Sound
  • Character
  • Playability
  • Inspiration
  • GUI

Leave a review to let others know what you thought of the instrument!

  • Incredible, unique sounds with tons of options, again!

    This might take a while to figure out, but it's definitely worth it without a doubt! There are two main panels packed with tons of gadgets and settings everywhere! Luckily, the incredible GUI design helps you with figuring out most things, though I recommend trying to turn off everything at first in order to slowly become familiar with this instrument.

    The sound quality is perfect, and it packs a lot of character that can be twisted and bended in quite different ways. The super small size makes it a "hands-down" recommendation to everyone, just try not to be overwhelmed by everything. Take your time, it's worth it!

    Alex Raptakis23 September 2022
  • GUI looks great (again)

    The GUI (as always with you) looks really cool! But, those darrnn cables! They are twisted in ways I didn't know were possible xD
    The sound is quite unique and I haven't really heard anything like it and it only really works as ambience in my opinion, but it does sound really cool as ambience in for example metal (the genre).

    Snake22 September 2022
  • A world of sound

    This thing is capable of making so many different and unique sounds, it's mindblowing. The GUI looks amazing and the options are endless. Workflow wise it was a bit confusing for me at first, but after some mangling around you will figure out how it works. At least for me, the GUI was a bit to big in terms of size, which is not very intuitive or efficient. But this did not take away the fact that the GUI overall is very well-made and inspiring.

    BenBerkenbosch23 September 2022