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    I thought I'd post a link to Robert Rich's website that has a Q&A section with loads of valuable info from the master himself. I found it pretty insightful.

    https://robertrich.com/gear-talk/
    Last edited by Patient Minds; 09-23-2018, 11:09 AM.
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    Thanks for the link!
    Extreme complication is contrary to art.
    — Claude Debussy

    Hear some of my music at hearthis , Soundcloud, Bandcamp, or just say Ello! Also see H.P. Dronecraft collab with ontol.

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    • #3
      Absolutely invaluable knowledge.
      "The dumbest of people are the first to tell you."annode
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      • #4
        I will check this out, I actually haven't heard much of Robert Rich's work that I know of. EDIT: skimmed over the article a bit, and noticed the name Tim Conrardy, which is familiar to me- didn't he write a bunch of patches for the Sytrus plug-in of FL Studio?
        Last edited by Sonic Bodhi; 10-06-2018, 11:27 AM.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Sonic Bodhi View Post
          I will check this out, I actually haven't heard much of Robert Rich's work that I know of. EDIT: skimmed over the article a bit, and noticed the name Tim Conrardy, which is familiar to me- didn't he write a bunch of patches for the Sytrus plug-in of FL Studio?
          That wouldn't surprise me, he was a very prolific sound designer and electronic music home artist. Tim was an active member over at KvR for many yrs. He owned a nice collection of vintage HW synths. He had his hand in synths like Algo Music. Check out 'M42 Nebula' for a great ambient synth...as well as many others;
          https://www.kvraudio.com/q.php?searc...tim%20conrardy
          Get'em HERE

          Last edited by annode; 10-06-2018, 12:30 PM.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by annode View Post

            That wouldn't surprise me, he was a very prolific sound designer and electronic music home artist. Tim was an active member over at KvR for many yrs. He owned a nice collection of vintage HW synths. He had his hand in synths like Algo Music. Check out 'M42 Nebula' for a great ambient synth...as well as many others;
            https://www.kvraudio.com/q.php?searc...tim%20conrardy
            Get'em HERE
            That's a great tune, very enjoyable. I used to have an account at KVR but haven't used it in many years- used to get sound fonts and free vst plugins there.
            "I would rather be happy than to always be 'right'."

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            • #7
              Tim Conrardy programmed a bunch of patches for the DX7 as well. You can download some of them here.
              Extreme complication is contrary to art.
              — Claude Debussy

              Hear some of my music at hearthis , Soundcloud, Bandcamp, or just say Ello! Also see H.P. Dronecraft collab with ontol.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by windspace View Post
                Tim Conrardy programmed a bunch of patches for the DX7 as well. You can download some of them here.
                Very cool! here is the rest of it;
                https://dxsysex.com/
                I have a crap load of patches now, but these look much more organized from what I have. I have to look into this. I love my NI FM7.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by annode View Post

                  Very cool! here is the rest of it;
                  https://dxsysex.com/
                  I have a crap load of patches now, but these look much more organized from what I have. I have to look into this. I love my NI FM7.
                  I downloaded all these patches some time ago but have yet to actually load any into the old DX7. It's kinda needing a battery these days...
                  These patches should also work in the Dexed synth which is free and cross platform (PC,Mac, Linux) and actually sounds very good. Has a great GUI also.
                  Dexed : FM multi plaform/multi format plugin
                  Extreme complication is contrary to art.
                  — Claude Debussy

                  Hear some of my music at hearthis , Soundcloud, Bandcamp, or just say Ello! Also see H.P. Dronecraft collab with ontol.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by annode View Post

                    Very cool! here is the rest of it;
                    https://dxsysex.com/
                    I have a crap load of patches now, but these look much more organized from what I have. I have to look into this. I love my NI FM7.
                    I have NI FM7 as well as FM8. They have done right by me over the years. I will check out those DX7 patches, as well. Thanks for posting them, windspace!
                    "I would rather be happy than to always be 'right'."

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