Adjusting settings on the MicroKORG

Taking Requests for Custom MicroKORG Presets

In recent months I’ve revisited my KORG microKORG and again started designing presets for it, adding over 90 new patches to the pack I sell for $15.

My foray into synthesizer sound design began in 2002 when I picked up a used MicroKORG, my very first synthesizer. Being both technically minded and having a good ear for timbres, I quickly developed a knack for emulating sounds. — a skill I’ve been honing ever since.

If there’s some sound out there that people are dying to be able to play on their MicroKORG, there’s a good chance I’ll be able to, if not nail it, at least make a passable approximation.  I enjoy a challenge, and chances are if you’re looking for a specific sound somebody else might be looking for it to.  So I’m taking requests.  I’ll keep adding the new patches I make the pack.

So, don’t be shy! Leave a comment with your request.

15 thoughts on “Taking Requests for Custom MicroKORG Presets

  1. josh says:

    I know this is a year old post, but your patches are so great and it would be awesome if you could create a microkorg patch of the classic Casio “Waw Voice” patch.

    I haven’t ever really been able to nail it on any synth, but I feel like it would be possible on a Microkorg, and you are just the person to be able to do it.

    You can hear the original here…

    And it is also in this Midlake song…

  2. Bruno Kongawi says:

    This might be a long shot, but could you make a MicroKorg patch which emulates the bass sound in Short Circuit by Daft Punk. I believe it was made with Juno 106. I would pay (or kill) for that buttery agressive bass sound.

  3. Marcelo Rocha says:

    Hi I like to buy your microkorg patch but i don´t have pay pal account how can i buy your product? thanks in advance. Marcelo

  4. Chris says:

    Hey there,

    I just purchased the xl patches and haven’t gotten a confirmation email or link to download anything…

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