CGS - Minilogue Movements

Minilogue Movements

This bank covers a lot of sonic territories, ideal for cinematic scoring, soundtracks, synthwave, chill and downtempo duties, to name a few genres. But there's nothing stopping you from using the sounds in any kind of genre, this bank really do travel a lot of sonic territories. Drawing power from the core strength of the Minilogue, its powerful oscillator section. Wave shaping, cross mod, ring mod, sync and more, in a myriad of combinations, providing an amazing array of timbres before even touching the rest of the synth.

There are 200 finely crafted presets in this large bank.

  • Textures, soundscapes and harmonically rich sounds, that are playable in a traditional manner, are often a secret weapon when scoring movies.

  • You will find lush and expressive pads, from cold to warm, from static to evolving and moving.

  • Characterful keys, bells, chimes and unique pianos waiting to be played.

  • Various lush plucks are of course very much present here as well.

  • Smooth, crispy, tinkly and cosmic arps is the last main ingredient.

  • While the majority of the sounds are focused around the above, there are 40 contemporary/vintage bass, leads and stabs ideal for any kind of electronic duties.

Being able to be as expressive as possible using only velocity and the slider on the Minilogue was one of the important things while doing this bank. So the majority of the presets make good use out of the slider, adding movement to pads, quick filter cuts, morphing the sounds, and so on. Try it!

Sound demos below and demo presets to the right!

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LICENSE

While you can use and abuse these sounds in your music productions however you want, commercially or non-commercially, do keep in mind that this license is only valid for you, the original buyer, you're not allowed to redistribute the bank and the presets.

INSTALLATION

To use these sounds on your Minilogue you will need the official Minilogue librarian from Korgs website (www.korg.com). Backup your entire Minilogue with the librarian before doing anything else. Read the librarian manual to get more info on how to organize presets and banks.

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Jags

Chris,

Just purchased and loaded up your 200 preset bank Minilogue Movements. These are all great patches!! I am just starting to experiment with making my own sonic soundscapes and your patches are exactly what I was needing. I'm 58 years old and grew up with all the great synth music of the 80's. JMJ and Tomita are some of my favorites. I new that the Minilogue could produce what I was needing but your patches have made it a lot easier to get started.

My rig is controlled by an Arturia Keystep and a Beatstep Pro and includes a Moog Sub Phatty, Dreadbox Erebus, Korg Volca FM, Waldorf Striechfett, Ensoniq ESQ-1 (just picked it up for $100!!!), MAM ADX1 (analog drum module), Norddrum2, and the Minilogue. Trying to keep everything as "knobby" and sonicly real and pure as possible. Nothing virtual, rompler, or sampled and all hardware based with no computer interfacing.

This is going to be so much fun!!

Thanks again!!

posted 1 year, 8 months and 25 days ago

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Jags

Simply Amazing!! Just what I was looking for!

posted 1 year, 8 months and 25 days ago

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C.G.S - ChrisG

Hi Jags

I'm glad you like the sounds! Yeah there's plenty of sounds for the Minilogue out there that are focused on your typical modern genres. I tend to gravitate more towards cinematic type of sounds (for lack of a better term) when making presets. And the Minilogue turned out to be a surprisingly capable synth here. That's a sweet setup, I've eyed the norddrum 2, it just looks like a ton of fun, plus I tend to drum on everyday objects anyway...And yes, the more knobs, the more fun! While I do have a DAW, I actually keep the hardware separated from it, it creates two different workflows and experiences. :-) Cheers!/Chris

posted 1 year, 8 months and 23 days ago

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