I have been programming professional Presets for Synthesizers since the 80s. It started with the legendary Yamaha DX7 and since then one came after the other. Mostly I'm asked by musical instrument manufacturers to help with factory voicing, more details below and here. But I do Presets programming also for my own label Back In Time Records I create countless sound Presets for all kinds of synthesizers and sampleplayer.
Presets released for Synthesizer:
Special Mininmoog Classics series:
Patch Charts with Audio Data and additional Presets soundbanks, available for
Those Patch Charts were also the basis for my own Minimoog Classics sample libraries in Korg Kronos, Alesis Fusion and NI Kontakt formats, as well as the inspiration and sonic reference for the Minimoog Clone factory voicings of The Legend from Synapse and Native Instruments' Monarch.
The art of creating Vintage Synthesizer sounds
Sampling Vintage Synthesizers is one of my specialties. For each multisample I create the sound settings first, which requires appropriate fundamental knowledge about the respective instruments, here mainly Analog Synthesis and Frequency Modulation. Over the years I have worked with countless such instruments and built up an expertise.
Here is a brief selection of the instruments with which I have gained such experience and produced corresponding sample libraries:
ARP 2600, ARP Quadra, ARP Odyssey, Elka Synthex, Korg 700S, Korg 800DV, Korg PS3100, Korg Mono/Poly, Korg MS20, Korg Trident, Korg Polysix, Korg 900PS, Korg M500SP, Korg 770, Korg KP30 Sigma, Korg Delta DL50, Korg 01/WFD Korg Poly 800, Korg DW8000, Korg DS8, Korg Wavestation AD, Korg M1 and T1, Moog Source, Moog Memorymoog, Moog Minimoog, Moog Prodigy, Oberheim Matrix 12, Oberheim Matrix 1000, Oberheim Xpander, Polivoks, PPG Wave 2.2, Rhodes Chroma, Roland Promars, Roland Jupiter 4, Roland Jupiter 6, Roland Jupiter 8, Sequential Circuits Prophet 5, Yamaha CS80, Yamaha DX7.