Volume II for the Moog Sub/Subsequent 37

Volume II for the Moog Sub/Subsequent 37

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We are extremely pleased to announce Volume II for the Moog Sub/Subsequent 37! Last year we released Volume I, "73 for the 37", which consisted of 73 patches in total. Volume II completes the bank and then some with 64 brand new patches! With Volume II we tried to focus more on lead and bass sounds. According to the categories, you get 22 Leads and 12 Basses. However, many of the sounds in the other categories are also up to the task. We spent a considerable amount of time working with the envelopes' key tracking and velocity settings to really make these patches spring to life under your fingers.

If you already own Volume I "73 for the 37", please check your email for an extra special discount code! If you haven't received the discount code let us know so we can get you sorted.

Nearly every patch in this collection comes complete with extensive modwheel, aftertouch and velocity assignments. These sounds are meant to be played and programmed to be extremely expressive. Many of these sounds use the sequencer as an extra modulation source. (Usually when both LFOs are already busy and we still wanted to add some vibrato or do something extra with the MW) Quite a few of the bass patches sound absolutely great as leads and vice versa. Here's a break down of what you get...Sorted by category.

22 Lead
12 Bass
  8 Percussion
  6 Sequence
  3 Arp
  3 Duo
  2 Sound FX
  2 Classic
  1 Sync
  1 Brass
  1 Evolving
  1 Drone
  1 Woodwind
  1 Strings

These patches are delivered as Sysex files (.syx) They were created using the official Moog Sub 37 Editor but they work perfectly with your favorite sysex tools as well.
Sysex Tools:
PC: Midi-Ox or Mac: SNoise
We've included a sysex bank file...
Volume II Sub 37 Bank File by RAP.syx
We've also included the individual sysex files for each patch along with a clickable pdf patch list which contains cued up demo links, the patch names, categories and controller assignments. (MW, Aftertouch and Velocity) We decided to try a different approach with the descriptions this time around. Why read about a sound when you can actually listen to it and evaluate it first hand? So with that in mind, we have discarded the descriptions in favor of a clickable patch list. We hope you enjoy using these sounds as much as we enjoyed creating them. Thanks for visiting with us!

Volume II Patch Demonstrations