Moog Matriarch – Round Robin (50 Patches by Anton Anru)

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Welcome to the soundset for a semi-modular synth Moog Matriarch.
Round Robin” is a collection of 50 patches for Arpeggios and Sequences. The bank covers a wide range of tones: warm, deep, bright, metallic, mallet, soft, expressive, dreamy, dark, evolving, detuned, inharmonic, noisy, distorted and others.

The presets vary greatly from the point of view of complexity: some are simpler and will work in any track and genre, some are experimental and will make your tracks sound unique.

The collection also includes generative-style patches, they have complex modulations and movement, they have long and shorts steps, dark and bright tones, they have tempo variation, unexpected and unpredictable splashes of sound…

A generative patch 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.

It is supposed that the internal Matriarch Arp/Seq should be used for these presets. Choose Arp or Seq mode (record a pattern), push/hold the keys and have fun tweaking the parameters. All my audio examples were made with the built-in Arp/Seq. Some presets use Arp/Seq Rate modulation. In this case, using the internal Arp/Seq is obligatory.

Of course, you may also try playing the keys (with Arp/Seq off) or use an external sequencer/DAW.

Matriarch has great tools for stereo sound: two filters, independent VCAs, BBD Delay. I modulated them a lot to create wide and beautiful patches, that can be hardly recreated on other hardware (especially analog) synths. Matriarch has an absolutely fantastic feature set and I tried to intensively use it to create exclusive timbres.

The soundset is presented in the form of PDF-Document. Each page contains notes that explain how the patch works, what parameters worth tweaking during the playback, how to develop the timbre during a performance. If you make all the settings consciously and try the things mentioned in the notes, you will learn many things about the synth and discover its true depth.

Each patch has an audio example, it helps to understand how a patch is supposed to sound. No external effects on the examples, Matriarch Delay only.

To recreate these presets, you need up 16 patch cords, including long ones.

You should have firmware v1.2.3 or higher for full compatibility with my presets.

About Anru, the author of this soundset

Anton Anru is a producer, sound designer, mix engineer, and music production trainer. Get more information and a list of all sound designer soundbanks below.

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