Below are my available patch sets for synthesizers. To obtain patches, please contact me using the form at the bottom of the page, including which sound set you are interested in, and I will get back to you as soon as possible regarding payment. After payment is complete, patches will be emailed to you as sysex files (or other formats, if the device allows a modern method for patch transfer). Because these are digital files, there are no returns and all sales are final.
NOTE: If you have previously contacted me, I did NOT receive your emails because the form did not send any emails to me. My apologies. This has been resolved. Please send me a new message and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
MIDERA sound set ($0 USD)
A small set of patches that I made one night. Afterwards, I sold the Venom as quickly as possible. I bought it for $150, and sold it for $150. It was not for me, but perhaps you will enjoy the sound set? I believe the Pelog patch you hear in the video was accidentally written over. The editing software was that bad. This sound set, being so limited, is free. Please contact me below to obtain this set. I will send the SQS file to you.
EXODUS sound set ($30 USD)
This is a set of 64 patches created by MIDERA, which includes a large portion of atmospheric pads, some bells and electric piano sounds, sequences, and FX. Listen to all included patches in the YouTube video to the right. No external FX were used apart from minimal compression during recording. All 64 patches can be sent as sysex files or as .an1 files, which can be opened in the AN1xEdit (which can still be opened on my computer as of Windows 10).
Alpha-8 sound set ($30 USD)
This is a set of 64 patches created by MIDERA for the Roland System-8 (i.e., the internal synth engine, not the Plug-Outs), which includes a large portion of pads, bells, some leads, and other sounds. The sequences in the demo are NOT included. Listen to all included patches in the YouTube video to the right. No external FX were used. NOTE: Roland did not provide a good way to transfer banks of patches. A full backup would have sent ALL Plug-Out patches, which might not match your Plug-Outs. It is not clear whether the System-8 VST in a DAW could transfer the entire patch bank. Therefore, the most obvious method of transfer will be via an SD card, one sound at a time. I will provide instructions in the download folder.