Nov 07, 2015
(and last updated on Dec 26, 2015)
Taken from Dave Benson DX7 page.
These are system exclusive files, each containing one bank of 32 voices.
These are complete with sysex headers.
The original factory patches are here as rom1a.syx - rom4b.syx.
Nov 01, 2015
(and last updated on Jul 02, 2016)
A Guitarix preset for a clean guitar sound with an edge of overdrive. Sounds awesome for clean leads, rhythmic passages and funky guitar stuff.
Turn the plate reverb off if you want a more raw sound.
Updated with a version for Humbuckers and another one with a cleaner sound with a little more delay and reverb.
Oct 31, 2015
(and last updated on Dec 30, 2015)
A guitarix preset for the song Deadhead by the canadian metal master Devin Townsend. It's very noisy and you should tweak the reverb and the delay to suit your needs.
The original recording has lots of layers of guitars and reverb so this is not really a reproduction of that tone, just something you can use for fun and to build upon. Also my guitar and strings dont really suit this riff, but I've recorded the demo sounds anyway. It's also pretty good for lead sounds!
Oct 27, 2015
(and last updated on Dec 29, 2015)
LV2 version of the original file for the standalone synth TAL Noisemaker, converted by briandc.
Extract the *.lv2 folder into your (hidden) ~/.lv2 or /usr/lib/lv2 directory.
Original description from http://rekkerd.org:
You are free to use it in your productions. In this soundset you’ll find lots of basses, leads, synced FX, synced gated sounds and more. Genre: Mainly Dance.
Behind the patch names you’ll often find one or more letters. These point out the modulation ...
Oct 27, 2015
(and last updated on Dec 23, 2015)
Ken Restivo has put together some patches for WhySynth. Click the "open bank" menu option and select a patch. It will be installed at the last empty slot by default. Opening all of them, you can then re-save them as a single bank. :)