300 Fresh microKORG Patches

US Ultimate Patches celebrates the Korg synth's 20th year with a new collection      30/03/23

Ultimate Patches has released the all-new microKORG 2023 Ultimate Patches (also compatible with microKORG S, microKORG Plug-in VST, and MS-2000 series synths). Here's the story in their own words...

Celebrating the Korg microKORG's 20th year on the market, Ultimate Patches has brought the synth into fresh sonic territory with 300 new pro-quality patches covering futuristic digital, authentic vintage analog, classic leads, basses and evolving pads, and traditional non-synth instruments including B3 and Vox organs, classic 60s, 70s and 80s Rhodes and Wurlitzer electric pianos, orchestral instruments, world percussion, 80s guitars & basses and more.
 
The collection spans the genres of modern and vintage pop, synthwave, cinematic, orchestral, latin, futurestep, classic 70s rock, vintage and modern hip hop, country, reggae, retrocade, trap, chiptune, 70s soul, dubstep, reggaeton, deep house, vaporwave, trance, techno, tech house, futurepop, experimental, modular and jazz.
 

Pricing and Availability:
Available now as an instant digital download, with Spring 2023 Sale prices: $14.99 per Volume (100 Ultimate Patches) or the $29.99 Super Value Bundle of all 3 volumes (300 Ultimate Patches). The Free Patches Pack from the collection is now available to download (no registration required).

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