Archive for July, 2021

Free Moog Sub 37 Patch Library


Synthesist Marcus Padrini has shared a free collection of patches for the Moog Sub 37 synthesizer.


What Marcus Padrini has said about his free Sub 37 patch library:


“Almost 6 years after creating and sharing my first patches for the Moog Sub 37, I thought it was about time to share more timbres created for that amazing synth.


So here is the video featuring the new free patches, with and without FX. Some are versions of very famous patches from my favorite bands (mainly progressive rock) and others are original patches created for synth jams or just to explore the Sub 37 capabilities.


One good and educational thing about sharing Sub 37 patches is the possibility to open the patches with the Sub 37 editor, which has a great UI, and check how everything was programmed. The 3D Space patch is a good example for that: load of modulations going on.”





In the video, the first version for each patch is without any effect. The second version includes a selection of chorus, reverb and delay effects from a Zoom MS70CDR.


Tom Sweep – Sub 37 version for this classic Rush patch

Aquatarkus 1 – Based on timbres from live ELP recordings

Aquatarkus 2 – Based on the original recording

Hoedown – Sub 37 version of this classic ELP intro

Lead Duo – exploring the duophonic side

3D Space – different modulations for a more rhythmic tone

Blade intro – Sub 37 version of the classic by Vangelis

Delle Fate – based on the beautiful Italian prog band lead

From the beginning – Modular adaptation to Sub 37 of the ELP classic

Ice – inspired by the lead from the classic Camel band

ResoDistort – drive, paraphony and resonance for this ideal tone for diverse solos.

Rick in the 70s – daring to create a version of Wakeman’s classic, using the 6db filter slope

Lady Fantasy – classic arpeggio by Camel

Random Increment – fun with the sequencer

S&H Sequence – Sequence with Modulations and Sample & Hold


The Moog Sub 37 patch library is available now as a free download (.zip).



20 Generative and Experimental Patches For The Behringer Crave

Anton Anru shared this video demo for his new patch library, Probability, for the Behringer Crave.

The Crave is a knockoff of the Moog Mother-32 synthesizer, so this patch library is the Crave version of his previously-released Probability patch library for the M32.


The patch library is delivered as a


Here’s how sound designer, Anru has mentioned about it:

“Probability is a collection of 20 generative patches and sequences. This genre of sound design is very popular inside modular culture, and Crave suggests a good set of features to enter this club.

Controlled chaos and randomness, probability, non-repetitiveness, tempo break, pattern uniqueness, short and long sounds alternation, unexpected changes, silence and density, harmonic and fx-like tones, freaky splashes during a sequence – all these things are included in the soundset.

Generative timbre may be a good addition to (or a lead part of) ambient or techno tracks, jams and performances. You may also record fragments into your DAW or sampler, slice it to one-shots or make loops – you’ll get a unique material for further processing.

All patches require a sequence playback, and, obviously, the sequence itself influences on the final result greatly. The soundset is provided with 20 patterns that were used in audio examples. You may use them in your production and performances, they are 100% royalty free. You may use them as a starting point and turn them into something new. Or, of course, you may create your own patterns from scratch.”


The Probability patch library for the Behringer Crave is available with an intro price of $7.96, regular price $9.95. The patch library is presented as a PDF of documented patch diagrams and audio demos.




Korg Collection 3, a New emulation of the classic miniKORG 700S, Prophecy and Triton Extreme


Korg has released Korg Collection 3, an updated version of its software synth collection that introduces virtual versions of three classic instruments: the company’s first mass-produced analog synthesizer, the miniKORG 700S, the MOSS Tone Generator-powered Prophecy, and the Triton Extreme.



Here’s what they have said about the new virtual instruments:


The miniKORG 700S for Mac/Win is a faithful reproduction of the original analog hardware, with powerful new features only possible in software. Now the unique sounds and capabilities of this historic KORG synthesizer can be enjoyed on your computer.


Defined by the cutting edge digital signal processing technology and a DSP chip formerly used exclusively for effects processing, the Prophecy is now available as a software plugin, with the ease of use, polyphony, and modern features necessary for today’s music production.


The TRITON Extreme is the most powerful model in the Triton series, featuring the first-ever “Valve Force” vacuum tubes in a music workstation, and most of the new PCM and EXB-PCM series waveforms. The powerful, analog-like sound of vacuum tubes can be used with software for incredible sonic performance.


Korg says that the updates make Korg Collection 3 “a thrilling collection of iconic sounds from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, and ’00s.”


The KORG Collection 3 is available now, with intro pricing of $299 through August 12, 2021, regular price $399.