Welcome to the soundset for a semi-modular system Moog Sound Studio: DFAM + Mother-32. It is a collection of 50 patches that include basses, drums/percussion, leads, plucks, textures, FXs. There is a wide range of sound colors inside the pack: massive and gentle, aggressive and soft, bright and dull, melodic and inharmonic tones, straight and polymetric patterns.
- high level of interconnection of the synths
- thoroughly set parameters
- detailed notes for patches full of tips and tricks
- audio examples in 3 versions: DFAM only, M-32 only, both together
- to recreate these patches, you need up to 12 patch cords
- one of my hardest work ever, I spent up to 2 hours for each patch
- FREE BONUS: 150 samples with Scale and BPM (70-128 BPM), Wav 24/44100
The main point of the soundset is the high level of interconnection, not just syncing the two synths with independent timbres (individual presets for DFAM and Mother-32 are also available on my website). In this patchbook the timbres of the synths are soldered and can’t exist separately:
- they modulate each other with LFO and Envelopes
- a sequence from one synth change parameters on the other one gates and triggers interaction breaks predictable patterns
- audio signals from VCOs may be used as modulation sources to create harmonies/intervals or crazy experimental inharmonic tones
- or they may be used just as audio sources that go to the other synth to be processed with its (different) filter and envelope and get the «second life».
At the same time, they play different and clear roles, it’s not a sound mess, but two synths working in close cooperation.
💽 Also, there’s a separate folder with WAV samples with the same timbres, but with Scale and BPM information. You may use them inside a sampler or DAW if you want 100% same sound as in the examples. Slice them for one-shots or loops, this is a great material for further editing and processing.
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 lots of things about the synth and discover its true depth.
Each patch has audio examples, they help to understand how a patch is supposed to sound. Audio examples for a patch are presented in three variants: DFAM only, M32 only, and both together.
For any comments or questions, contact me: email@example.com