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SoundsDivine has announced the release of Patch Banks for Minimonsta, Vanguard, Omnisphere and PSP84, with a bank for PSP Nitro coming soon.


Minimonsta “Raw Feedback” Bank ($12)
This bank features 24 meta-patches, each patch containing 12 individual patches, totaling 288 sounds. This bank features “overdriven basses, deep synth sounds, vintage modular fx sounds, luscious pads and more, ” according to SoundsDivine, which says “it explores the extremes of Minimonsta, from the beautiful to the harsh and everything in between.”

Vanguard “Deeper Love” Bank ($12)
This is a collection of 128 sounds for reFX’s Vanguard synth. Features “swirling pads, wah like synths, screaming arpeggios, heavily detuned pads, psychedelic leads and lots more, ” according to SoundsDivine. The Vanguard demos include over 60 sounds from this bank.

Omnisphere “Rough Edge” Bank ($5)
A collection of 16 arpeggiated sounds. These patches are described as “aggressive and sonically complex, huge modulation of the patches is controlled via the Mod Wheel.” All 16 patches are in the demo. Each patch on the demo starts with Mod Wheel at zero then goes up to 127. On an Intel Mac Dual-core 2.66, most patches use a 1/3 of one core, a few are a little heavier on the CPU, according to SoundsDivine.

PSP84 “Classic Tone” Bank ($7)
This is a collection of 60 presets for PSPaudioware’s PSP84. This bank expands on the original factory presets, offering different tremolos, tape delays, lush chorus effects, analogue style delays and filter envelopes.

More info available at www.soundsdivine.com.
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