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moogme
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Preset Sounds

Post by moogme » Sun Aug 06, 2006 12:26 am

It would be great to have a list of the preset sounds...has anyone made one yet?

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Post by calyx93 » Sun Aug 06, 2006 11:24 am

Question - how would that be helpful or useful?
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Post by moogme » Mon Aug 07, 2006 3:43 am

well instead of remembering all 99 presets or flipping through each one to find that cool sound you played with the day before....you could simply refer to the list

every component I have.....drum machines ...other synths ...even my guitar amplifier all come with a list of the presets ...its fairly standard

i have a microkorg as well and that actually came with a seperate pullout for the presets (they call it voice name list) ...which comes in handy

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preset list?

Post by nigeynige » Mon Aug 07, 2006 7:02 am

I know there isn't a preset list in the adobe download of the manual.
Not sure about the proper paperback manual as mine is half way across the atlantic.
I managed to program 100 new presets into a beta model of the LP. It's a great machine and I'm sure it'll be hours of fun and making music for its users.

I see on here too that peple are mentioning all sorts of faults. To be honest, the beta model was ace. It wasn't noisy at all and certainly was perfectly in tune. Sometimes, tuning can be down to bad couriers(yep sounds daft, but trust me....the way they move these items around).
Don;t forget, the tuning on analog instruments are down to fine adjustments on trimpots. My Voyager was perfectly in tune when I picked it up from Asheville last year, then i brought it home to the Uk on 2 seperate flights. the First from Asheville to Charlotte meant it had to travel in the hold. The steward wouldn't allow it on the plane. I watched it being taken out of the hold for me to collect at the steps by a worker who leaned a pram and a mini suitcase on it.
My look when i approached him was that similar to Hulk Hogan when commencing battle with the undertaker....
He got the message. :evil:
But upon getting it home......It was out of tune slightly.
Next time.....I'm gonna swim the atlantic with it on my back....... :wink:
at least that way, I know that I only have to deal with the water :)

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Post by Ted3000 » Mon Aug 07, 2006 9:24 pm

Patch 001: INIT Patch
Patch 002: Wow! That's Loud!
Patch 003: Perfectly Phase-cancelled Square Waves
Patch 004: 5ths that are actually 4 3/4s
Patch 005: Tinfoil Banjo
Patch 006: Sine Wave Flute (Accompanied by Triangle Wave Bee)
Patch 007: Snakes!
Patch 008: Didgeridon't
Patch 009: Really, Really Hard Sync
Patch 010: The 1/2 Hour Portamento Drop
Patch 011: Route LFO to Patch Name Value
Patch 012: Awake Baby
Patch 013: The Best Lead Ever!
Patch 014: External Audio In directly to Audio Out/Headphone Jack
Patch 015: Cellphone Circa 1994
Patch 016: Dremel Bit
Patch 017: Underwater Slap Bass
Patch 018: The Sensitive Pad
Patch 019: Oooooaahhhhhhzrk
Patch 020: Velocity Controls Firmware Version
Patch 021: Single Engine Plane with Obese Pilot
Patch 022: Ancient Cave with a Synth in it
Patch 023: Fig's 440hz Newton
Patch 024: Cyber Oink
Patch 025: Self Oscillating Bat Sonar
Patch 026: Blinking Leds and Sample/Hold Tones for Science Fair
Patch 027: Inner Ear Attack
Patch 028: Bass so deep it could come alive and solve crimes
Patch 029: One-fingered Jazz Pianist
Patch 030: Tube Amp Powerpoint Presentation
Patch 031: Glittering Elf
Patch 032: OOoooh, what a Lucky Man lead it was!
Patch 033: 2-Pole Comparison Patch
Patch 034: Carlos would have needed 140 patch cords
Patch 035: Keyboard Tracking controls Level of Keyboard Tracking
Patch 036: Filmstrip Beep
Patch 037: Ultraviolet Noise
Patch 038: Warranty-voiding Patch
Patch 039: Warranty-reinstating Patch
Patch 040: Lordy Lordy look what patch is Forty
Patch 041: Fishtank Pad
Patch 042: Modwheel Problems!
Patch 043: What Leary Heard
Patch 043: Sounds like Q-Bert when he falls off that thing
Patch 044: Ground Fault
Patch 045: The Ratter
Patch 046: Real-sounding yet Monophonic Harpsichord
Patch 046: The Pounding Neighbor
Patch 047: That electric meow sound from Abbey Road
Patch 048: The meow sound before Ringo messed with it. (Arrived early to studio)
Patch 049: Awesome Warning Siren like from a UFO or something
Patch 050: Halfway Home
Patch 051: Satan's Doorbell
Patch 052: Public Domain Lead
Patch 053: The Wizard Pony
Patch 054: Star Trek Reference
Patch 055: Jazzercise
Patch 056: Animatronic Jugband
Patch 057: Drop dat phat-ass Piccalo
Patch 058: Aluminum Freakscape
Patch 059: Auto-vocoder that only says "wow"
Patch 060: Very Soft Laser Squirt
Patch 061: Avalanche!
Patch 062: Just Noodling
Patch 063: I thought I set it for AM!
Patch 064: Say, can I borrow a lead?
Patch 065: The National Anthem of Radio Shack
Patch 066: Watch these iron filings arrange into an infinity symbol!
Patch 067: The Humvee of Pads
Patch 068: A 90s Trance Bass
Patch 069: If Stevel Segal was a Lead
Patch 070: Plucky Young Newspaper Reporter
Patch 071: Coverband!
Patch 072: Funny Indie Rock Hook
Patch 073: The Sound of Freedom
Patch 074: Mr. Vibrato
Patch 075: Electric Kool-Aide Acid Lead
Patch 076: That Star Wars robot, you know, the little one?
Patch 077: Percussive Blips no one would ever use
Patch 078: Every Knob at 6:00
Patch 079: Magical Space Battle
Patch 080: Buzz! Also, sweep filter
Patch 081: Crazypatch
Patch 083: Insert Name Patch 83 Contest Winner's Name Here
Patch 084: Shh! Don't Tell Them it's Just a Saw Wave
Patch 086: Mysterious and Inexplicable Audible Aliasing
Patch 087: Horrible IDM noise
Patch 088: A Very Small Tuba
Patch 089: Hey! That's my Octave!
Patch 090: Android Sheep
Patch 091: Barcode Scanner Bass
Patch 092: Smooth, Buttery, Fluffy Heaven Pad
Patch 093: Sonic Booty
Patch 094: $1475.00 in US dollars
Patch 095: If Sam Jackson was a wacky FX Patch
Patch 096: ADSR TEL (Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release, Then even later...)
Patch 097: Dude, that totally sounds like a chorus pedal.
Patch 098: Signaling the Upstairs Neighbor who loves "Close Encounters"
Patch 099: A sort of drippy chirp that either sounds like an enchanted electric cavern or like a robot bird, or better yet, a robot bird in an enchanted electric cavern.
Patch 100: Mod Kick - Kevin Lamb
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Post by godzilla » Tue Aug 08, 2006 7:23 am

is that really what all the presets are called?

even 099?!

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Post by roboctopus » Tue Aug 08, 2006 10:24 am

That's exactly what I was wondering. And 94. I'm guessing 94 is either terribly disappointing or wall-shakingly wicked.
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Post by GregAE » Tue Aug 08, 2006 3:16 pm

roboctopus wrote:That's exactly what I was wondering. And 94. I'm guessing 94 is either terribly disappointing or wall-shakingly wicked.


Isn't it amazing how Moog got those preset names to fit onto the LP's 13-character display!

:wink:


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Post by Ted3000 » Tue Aug 08, 2006 3:45 pm

GregAE wrote:Isn't it amazing how Moog got those preset names to fit onto the LP's 13-character display!


Yeah, it takes a while for some of the patch names to scroll by.

;)
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Post by moogme » Wed Aug 09, 2006 12:07 am

so i guess ill just have to write them all hahaha
maybe i can get in touch with someone at moog for a list

i think the amount of time it took you to make that list you could of went through them all and actually made a real one!

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Post by roboctopus » Wed Aug 09, 2006 12:18 am

If I get a phatty and those AREN'T the patch names, I'm sending it back. Why would I want an instrument with no catty patch names?

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Post by nigeynige » Wed Aug 09, 2006 8:34 am

I was chuckling at the fact that someone went to all that time to write out 100 patch names that were non existent.
The extremes people will go to! fantastic I say....Let's have more presets nonsense.
I got my LP yesterday :) and I was amazed to see it sitting amongst my gear.It looks at home.
Some of the patches I submitted made it. Not that they are great, but I suppose they show off some of the LP's versatility.
Nigey Nige

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Post by p0rth05 » Tue Aug 15, 2006 2:28 am

Here they are:

00 THANK YOU BOB
01 NAS T FUN KAY
02 SNAPPY LEAD
03 MODBUBBLER
04 MOD TALK BASS
05 MOD SYNCER
06 PLUMNET NH
07 MW KOTOISH KL
08 SUB BASS
09 HI MOD WOBBLE
10 ZAP GUN
11 WILKINS NH
12 C HENDRE NH
13 VERY MINI NH
14 OVERLOADER
15 MW METAL KL
16 ULTRALINE NH
17 DR BASS NH
18 BRASSISH LEAD
19 DONE MINI NH
20 ORG LEAD
21 PHATTYSIGN NH
22 OLAFS SEQ NH
23 4THPOLE NH
24 BIG UN
25 BONGO FURY KL
26 MY LITTLE NH
27 ACID GRIND
28 BACK2ROOT NH
29 HARP ARP
30 MW BADTOYS KL
31 BRITESYNCBASS
32 FARAK NH
33 TOCATTA NH
34 FM BLOCK NH
35 IMAGES NH
36 DELAY OUT NH
37 CLUSTERCRUNCH
38 NO LIMITS NH
39 OH WA
40 THUG KICK KL
41 BRUVAMOOG NH
42 WIRE CUTTER
43 SWEET TEA
44 HONYHUNY NH
45 DEEP BASS
46 LOW DOWN NH
47 PEOWPHATTY NH
48 MOD GRONK
49 BASSOONER NH
50 MOD PERCUSS
51 1 POLE NH
52 MAGIC SQUARE
53 MOD BENDER
54 BELLISH
55 EVER DEEPA NH
56 DIRTY SQUARE
57 YUP NH
58 THAT BASS KL
59 SWEEPING 5THS
60 DUWAH NH
61 RHOOBARB NH
62 FLOWBEE JR KL
63 PLUCK LEAD KL
64 FM BASS NH
65 WITCHSEQ NH
66 FFYRLIN NH
67 STEP BASS1 KL
68 JUST ONE NH
69 MODD DETUNED
70 MW VOICE KL
71 WORMY GRIND
72 KLEVATREVA NH
73 REZZY LEAD
74 FFION BASS NH
75 SYNC4SOLO NH
76 PLINK PLONK
77 HAIRY BASS KL
78 METALRING
79 SQUEAKYCUTTER
80 HELP OAPS NH
81 BREAM NH
82 LUMATIC NH
83 SEQ MOD PWM
84 PHATTYWAH NH
85 FIFTH GRUNGE
86 NERDY BASS KL
87 OLOADBASSDRUM
88 PHATNFUNKY NH
89 OVERLORD NH
90 TEQUILA NH
91 MOD PWM BASS
92 NICKYSLEAD NH
93 GONG THING
94 EGGHIMON NH
95 SIGN TEST NH
96 PIT SNIPER NH
97 MOD PERCUSS2
98 TERAMINT 2 NH
99 VERYSLOWSWEEP

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