Virtual analog synthesizer/vocoder. Two oscillators per voice (4 when layered with timbres). Configurable filter type with its own envelope. Two LFOs, two envelopes, onboard effects, arpeggiator, modular-style virtual patch points. Enjoy these microKORG patches.
Quasi-realistic solo harpsichord sound. Very simplistic setup. May want to slightly adjust Amp EG release depending on speed of music being played.
Categories: basic, acoustic, clean
Cello solo sound, roughly based on Welsh’s synthesizer cookbook recipe, altered to sound a little more real. The sample is Bach’s Cello Suite No 1 BMV 1007. It’s a bit thin when combined with other audio, best for solos.
Categories: basic, strings, acoustic
Hold a 5th in LH, play some celtic melody in the right. There’s a subtle pitch wavering… emphasize with additional pitch bends, e.g. starting up.
Categories: basic, acoustic
Mellow lead synth used in BoC cover
Categories: lead, basic, melodic, mono, ambient, detune, clean, mellow, lo-fi, vintage, analog
A deep mellow analog style bass sound used in a Boards of Canada cover.
Categories: basic, bass, mono, ambient, dark, mellow, lo-fi, analog
A sort of classic synth tone with analog waves and filter cutoff controlled by the envelope with plenty of resonance. Chorus and delay round it out.
Categories: basic, resonance, analog
Using slow LFO pitch modulation to create unstable-sounding oscillators like you might find in old, analog gear. This is similar to the “slop” setting on newer DSI prophets.
Categories: basic, vintage, analog
Gentle and melodic. This simple patch shows off the microkorg’s analog modeling.
Categories: basic, melodic, clean
Select any preset on the microKORG, then send the sysex data from the patches here using a MIDI system exclusive utility for your computer. The patch should load in “audition” mode on the microKORG. Play and tweak as needed, then save the new sound using the “Write” button.
If nothing happens when transmitting the sysex data, try setting the microKORG to receive on a different MIDI channel.