A few soft synth patches from Bearnaomh.

Here’s the heads up on some free patches I came across today. They are from a generous person who calls himself Bearnaomh. He has patch sets available for Rob Papen’s Blue, Native Instruments FM7, the Novation V-Station and a set for the Linplug Albino.

Grab all of Bearnaomh free patches: click here

I believe these are a bit old but since they are new to me maybe you don’t know about them yet either. Bearnaomh also has a few tunes of his available check out. This is a good reminder that if your a musician making some free patch sets is a good promotion tool. Besides naming the patch set after your artist name you can name the patches after your albums, songs, website urls and ex-girlfriends.

Some people like to keep their own created presets a guarded secret but I don’t see any harm in sharing. Success and originality is all about the context the sounds are used in. Remember 99% of people who will download your freebies will probably only ever make a 16 bar loop at most.

I have two free sets of patches online that I created. You can grab The Horrorist soundsets for the TimewARP 2600 and Korg Legacy MS-20 on my record label’s studio page: click here

Have you made any of your own presets available?

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on September 23, 2008 at 4:41 am, filed under plug-ins, promotion, sounds and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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One Response to “A few soft synth patches from Bearnaomh.”

  1. Stefan says:

    I know this post is a bit old, but anyway… Since my computer crashed and everything on it is lost and gone, I,ve been searching all over the internet for the FM7 patches from Bearnaomh. I originaly downloaded them all from his/her website, but since the site is no longer to found I just dont know what to do. Do you (or perhaps someone you know) by any chance have a copy of these to share? It would make me truly happy and very greatful! Really loved those patches! :)

    Best regards from Sweden,
    Stefan

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