Disclaimer: All sounds on this page (format PRJ, S2V, S2B, X5, AN1, MID, SYX, WAV) can be used freely in any commercial and non-commercial production. All demo songs and single sequences are copyrighted by JayB or their particular composers and may NOT be used by any third party. If you use some of my sounds in a commercial production, feel free to inform me about it so I can take it into my references. Thank you.
My first commercial sound pack for the reFX Nexus 2 synth. Contains loads of samples from my synths all in the style of 90s music. Even if I have many instruments from that decade I wasn't really familiar with its music in the first place. But discovering these sounds and recreating the spirit was a lot of fun to do! 128 sounds were made by me, additional 22 came from Manuel Schleis himself. Listen to the demo, and if you like it, feel free to purchase it!
The Roland V-Synth is one of the most flexible hardware synths I know. I bought it as an exchange to my JP-8080 and never regreted it. My patches re just as versatile as the synth itself. You've got vivid pads, agressive leads, crushed basses, dirty wobbles, even small arrangements with drums and also a guitar amplifier. This bank was created on V-Synth XT, but should work on V-Synth normal if you have OS Version 2.0 or higher installed. V-Synth GT should be compatible, too.
My Soundbank for the S80 (and also CS6x/R) is - like all the other soundbanks here - in a constant progress of development. That means, it get updated frequently. The banks shows partly, that analog sounds don't require an (virtual) analoge synth. ;)
The bank requires the OS version ExtV 1.61 (download and info here),
because there're Ext-Voices used in the drum kits, which is only fully supported in the newest OS.
This sound set will awake the virtual analog soul in your X5D. In the program mode you'll
find a big variety of analog and digital sounds: arpeggio leads, moving pads, mystic melody synths and nice
effect sounds that profit from the great internal effects of the X5D. But the combination mode will blow your
mind: stackings of up to 14 sawtooth waves form massive lead synths that leave any Roland synth in the dark.
These sounds will definitely rule your next trance or dance track!
The file is an *.x5 file and it can be opened with the Sound Editor SED-01 that came with the Korg X5D. You DON'T need the Korg AG001 serial cable for that! Also successfully tested with: Korg X5 (limited), X5DR, N1, N5
This is my sound bank for Yamaha's AN1x. It's about 64 sounds so far, and they will turn your AN1x into a Virus-JP8000 combination, that kicks ass. Droning basses, crisp plucked synths and fat leads will be hard work for your speakers and velvet for your ears. Definitely a must have! The file has to be transmitted via the Yamaha AN1x editor.
If you thought, the Sirius is a dirty sounding synth for beginners and for home parties, you're only partly right. This
sound set has the capabilities to change your mind. Combined with the HiFi Overblast command it turns the Sirius into a synth that
is about to challenge a Roland JP-8000. In this sound set you will find fat pads, punchy basses, wide leads and loads of backing synths and drums.
I don't offer sounds for the QY100 since this is an XG based sequencer, but I do offer patterns of various styles of various styles, sometimes from commercial songs, sometimes some typical style sounds. All of the styles contain all sections, including Intro and Ending, and should work for all chord combinations. Sometimes you can even align chords to the Intro and Ending parts, but that depends on each pattern. I've prepared a bunch of MP3 demos which you can find in a separate window on the link below. I offer to convert each style to XGfied Standard MIDI-file, all sections in Cmaj7 so you can convert them to your own format to use them in any other XG enabled arranger device. I can also offer the styles as bluk dump files so they might work on Yamaha QY70, too.
As I sold my JP-8080 after about 6 Months of use, I at least want to share with you the sounds I programmed on it. It isn't much though, because I hardly could produce good sounds with it, but those I finished are quite useful.
The small bank also contains some sounds I adopted from my new V-Synth XT, which also have quite a lot of power.