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Favourite sub37 presets?

Posted: Sat Aug 23, 2014 8:11 am
by lushr
I know its sacrilege in some circles to use presets, but I think those people haven't heard the amazing work by the sound engineers at moog, and, I am NEVER going to be THAT good!

I wish instead of the (hilarious) pocket protector I had been given a little note book for recording my presets down! Instead I have a couple of post it's of scrawl.

Highlights for me: (bank-preset)
Duo org 2-3
Octavian 1-7

The awesome duo's which virtually suggest the whole song like:
Zaxxor's chronicles 2-7
Up in the sky 9-1
Duo wave 3-5

The classics:
Olde synthe 4-10 (I added more multidirectional to that one)
70s sci if computer 4-14
Organ grinder 6-11
Game com 8-bit chip tunes 1-15
Bass melt face 7-8 (wins award for best name)
Carnival freak 6-3 (another straight off an Add N to X record)

And the cool weird:
Run! 7-12
Minor bender 8-10 (amazing! What the hell is it doing?)

There's heaps of blank slots too so I can experiment without wiping something amazing!

Kudos to funny names and 303 and chip tunes references. Really shows the diversity.

It sounds amazing! I'm almost scared to dip in incase I lose the je ne sais quoi

Re: Favourite sub37 presets?

Posted: Fri Aug 29, 2014 8:47 am
by lushr
Did I say something wrong? Or just post at the wrong time?

Re: Favourite sub37 presets?

Posted: Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:41 am
by abc47
I haven't had time to make notes or even contemplate moving my favourite patches around.
I wish there was a Patch listing...?

Re: Favourite sub37 presets?

Posted: Sat Aug 30, 2014 7:38 pm
by lushr
Yeah good point,

9-7 is the first init slot.
I'm just making new stuff from there for now.

With 6 banks of 16 I can see potential for having say three presets for a song, same sound but different sequences. I'll have to update firmware before I try sequencing though.

Re: Favourite sub37 presets?

Posted: Mon Sep 01, 2014 4:00 am
by psynthetic
the first one Rhythmic 5th is quite good after a few tweaks to get rid of that clicking, tighten up the tuning and changing the modulation rate to something that gives a result you can count against :)