This demo features the dry, raw sound of the synth with no added external effects or processing.
The KORG minilogue has a warm, authentic analog character. I’ve attempted to recreate a bunch of classic retro '80s and '70s synth sounds, as well as exploring some of the more obscure capabilities of the Minilogue. The result is a patch bank of 200 diverse presets.
These include retro and lo-fi polysynths, soaring leads, classic emulated instruments, brass, strings, washy pads, punchy basses, deep basses, breathy vocal sounds, all sorts of organs, warm electric pianos, punchy arps, and all sorts of experimental synth sounds.
How Do I Get These Onto My Minilogue?
Just download the Minilogue Sound Librarian from KORG, and connect your Minilogue to your computer with a USB cable.
Will This Overwrite Existing Patches on my Minilogue?
With the Minilogue Sound Librarian you can create your own patch bank, mixing and matching my patches, factory patches, etc. as you wish. You can also back-up patches to your computer that you are not currently using.
Are these patches compatible with the Minilogue XD or Prologue?
Unfortunately, no, these synths have different features. However I am currently working on a patch bank for the Minilogue XD. If you have any requests, be sure to send them my way! And subscribe to my YouTube channel and watch for the XD patch bank demo video to drop.