You know that I'm also interested in synths and have published a few synth arrangements of Bach. I also try to create synth patches on my ASM Hydrasynth keyboard from time to time (it's a fantastic synth BTW, supports polyphonic aftertouch, very intuitive to program patches from scratch and to learn sound synthesis, my favorite keyboard after the pianos I have). I sometimes get asked on YouTube to publish some of the patches and since my Dropbox is already full, I can simply use PianoClack to share them 🙂 It's also a good opportunity for exposing PianoClack to more keyboard heads. I've also created a new tag for synths, as you can see.
A user recently asked me about a patch I created that resembles the 80-s type of brass sound that is often performed on Roland Juno:
In a comment he asked me to upload all my patches, so here they are:
These are all my patches I've ever created. Most of them are not in any polished/finished state, no fancy name or macros, varying output level... There are also many consecutive patches with sequential numbers - these are the various versions that I save throughout the patch creation. The brass in question is the last one in that bank and is called
There's another video with a patch that is inspired by my love for Lyle Mays (R.I.P. Lyle 😕) of Pat Metheny Group:
In the bank above the patch is called