Sebastian Negulescu from URRRS has today released a free sound library for the Elektron Digitone FM Synthesizer with 124 patches including classic synths up to futuristic textures.
The Digitone has become the FM favorite of many musicians in a very short time. With its simplified approach to FM synthesis and its powerful sequencer, the synth makes it accessible and playable.
The Vienna-based musician Sebastian Negulescu from the band URRS has today published another free library. In March he already published a free library for the Korg monologue synthesizer. Now he shares 124 patches for the Digitone FM Synthesizer with the readers.
URRRS Elektron Digitone Sound Library
Elektron’s Digitone has become an essential piece of kit for our live shows. It’s modified FM engine lends itself to any kind of sounds, from classic synths to futuristic textures. Deep and with a special character that is not normally found in other FM synthesizers.
These are 124 patches that we have used live and in the studio. Deep subs, big chords and space melodies, all ready to go. Check out the demo and download the bank bellow. All sounds except drums are from the patch bank.
If you want to learn more about URRRS, the gear, and the music, check out my interview.
The URRRS Digitone sound library is available now as a free download from the website. No download gate, email gathering, or other marketing methods, it’s a simple download. If you enjoy the library, please consider making a little donation.
More information here: URRRS