100 New Moog Modular V Patches

Kid Nepro Arturia Moog Modular V Collection is now available      05/11/10
100 New Moog Modular V Patches


Here's what Kid Nepro has to say in his own words...
The Patch King continues doing what he does best – make patches! Now releasing a cool mix of 100 new virtual analog patches for the Arturia Moog Modular V. The original Moog Modular system released in 1964 was the instrument that originated the term "patches"- referring to the patch cord used to "patch" one synth module to the next. The sound created was called a "patch". Twenty years later, in 1984 Kid Nepro opened for business and The Patch King was born!
Kid Nepro's third release for Arturia's V Synths follows the Minimoog V and ARP2600 V sound libraries and includes the usual high quality analog mix of synth basses, leads, pads, synth sounds and amazing rhythms using the Moog sequencer. All done with attention to detail including many modulation and aftertouch effects. All thrill and no fill! 100 new patches.
Pricing and Availability:
$25. USD
Special Bundle Pack: Get all three of Kid Nepro's Arturia V collections for only $60 (Minimoog, ARP2600 & Moog Modular sound libraries).
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