Welcome to the Patch Library
Here you can find, create and share the coolest patches for your semi-modular synthesizer.
For now, this site features the Behringer Neutron, Model D and Crave, Moog DFAM and Mother-32, Make Noise 0-Coast and the Erica Pico System III.
You can also create a patch with multiple instruments by choosing the Rack.
If you want to see your synth supported here or if you have some other great ideas, please shoot me an email at zwippie at gmail dot com or visit the github repo.
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More to come...
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Cosmic Mastodon Toby Mann
Stumbled on this whilst trying to create something else, sounds really good with reverb!
Move the Cutoff to create different R2D2 noises. Only one end of the cable needs to be plugged into EXT. Audio to cutof
AS MINHAS MÃOS Felipe Marino
-COMEÇAR COM FILTRO FECHADO -ABRIR FILTRO ATÉ O INDICADO PARA ENTRAR NO VERSO -NA BRIDGE LIGAR NESSA ORDEM: OSC 2 OSC 3
psiconnection Npo Psico
play with the "LFO rate" and the "delay mix" for making monsters pass throug your brain connection pass from triangular
Pretty Young Thang Bass (Update 2022) Anson Willis
Realized that there was no third oscillator on the original stem. Just a boost in the lower freqs 👌
🔊 Bass Growl Ruben Zahra
Set octave at 2. Create sequence that alternate notes with rests so that there is enough space for the decay to fade out
🔊 Storm Wind Dave B
Wind fluctuations generator. (pressing key required) Knob functions: MD - Fluctuation strength S&H RATE - fluctuation
Bubbling Wales BiL1ing
Keep OSC1 on SQ and PW to zero to stay fairly stable LFO. Twist OSC1 PW and bubble away. Finetune LFO between TRI and SA
Another one techno Luka
You can play with att1 (Kick) and att2 (lead or fill) and every other things except slew limiter and S&H Also possible t
SIMPLE FM PIANO CONSEQUENTIAL
Simple patch. The timbre of the piano is determined by the level of FM. Add reverb. Morph into an organ-like sound by i
CRACKLING SUB CONSEQUENTIAL
Simple percussive sub-bass with bright overtones for arpeggiation. Turn MULTIPLY by a few degrees CW to add a few ove
🔊 Gloeckchen 2 Spotlight Kyd
- Brighter, more metallic variation of "Gloeckchen" -Tune OSC 2 to fifth and OSC 3 to major third above OSC 1, then set
🔊 Gloeckchen Spotlight Kyd
- Tune OSC 2 to fifth and OSC 3 to major third above OSC 1, then set octave as shown. - Play non-legato and not too fast
Gnarly Bass / Lead Patch Beastmaster
Play with CUTOFF FREQUENZY, FILTER EMPHASIS and AMOUNT OF CONTOUR. The NOISE is a another choice for variation. Use the
🔊 Stable Bass Spotlight Kyd
* Reminiscent of the well-known "Solid Bass" FM sound * Created on a Poly D, but should sound about the same on a Model
Simple Wind/ Noise Patch Beastmaster
Some Wind and Noise. Play with FREQ, RESO, RATE and DELAY for more Variation. ATT1 is another heavyness "Rate" controlle