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davidt



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2011 9:49 pm    Post subject: Soundpacks crib Reply with quote

I'm still finding my way around the soundpacks and am finding this homemade chart useful to supplement the documentation of each pack.
I thought I'd share it. The names are taken from the .sv1 files.

I don't really understand why the Favourites area is used for the unique split tones in Soundpack2. I'd have thought those buttons were really reserved for players own selections. How have you managed this? Have you moved the split sounds you want to keep to somewhere else?

Hope you find this useful

David Thomas


Code:
                    Original            Soundpack 1         Soundpack 2
1.1                 Tine EP/Amp         TineEP&DmpRes       Standard E.P.
1.2                 Tine EP/Phaser      Bell Tine EP        Hard Tine E.P.
1.3                 Tremolo EP          Tine&Pad            Rockin' E.P.
1.4                 Dyno EP             Dyno&Voices         Vintage E.P.
1.5                 VPM Piano           VPM Piano 2         Hard Dyno E.P.
1.6                 VPM Tine            VPM Tine&Pad        Soft Dyno E.P.
2.1                 Reed EP 1           Reed EP 3           200A Reed E.P.
2.2                 Reed EP 2           Reed EP 4           200B Reed E.P.
2.3                 Electric Grand      E.Grand&Pad         Euro E.P.
2.4                 SG-1D Piano         M1 Piano            E.Grand Piano
2.5                 80s Synth Piano     SynPiano&Pad        Korg SG-1 Piano
2.6                 MIDI Grand          MIDI Grand&Pad      Classic VPM E.P.
3.1                 Clav AC             Clav AC 2           Soft AC Clav
3.2                 Clav BC             Clav BC 2           Soft BD Clav
3.3                 Clav BD             Clav Brilliance     Soft AD Clav
3.4                 Clav AD             Muted Clav          Soft BC Clav
3.5                 ElectroPno          ElectroPno 2        Treble Clav
3.6                 ElectraPno          ElectraPno 2        Brilliant Clav
4.1                 Grand Piano 1       Warm Grand          Grand Piano 1A
4.2                 Grand Piano 2       Piano&Strings       Grand Piano 1B
4.3                 Mono Grand          Piano&Choir         Grand Piano 2A
4.4                 Upright             Honky Tonk          Grand Piano 2B
4.5                 Piano/Strings       G.Piano&VPM         Mono Grand Piano
4.6                 Piano/Pad           Grand&Tine          Vintage Piano
5.1                 Click Tonewheel     Dark Jazz Org       Organ 1
5.2                 Jazz Tonewheel      JazzOrg/Perc 1      Organ 2
5.3                 Full Tonewheel      JazzOrg/Perc 2      Organ 3
5.4                 Console Organ       Rock Organ          Organ 4
5.5                 Italian Combo       Full Tonewheel 2    Organ 5
5.6                 Vox Combo           70's Combo          Organ 6
6.1                 Full Strings        Full Strings 2      Small Strings
6.2                 Tape Strings        Tape Strings 2      Strings
6.3                 70s Strings         TapeStr&Choir       400 Strings
6.4                 Choir               Piano&Voices        String Ensemble
6.5                 Synth Brass         Piano&SynBrass      Analog Pad
6.6                 Sharp Brass         Brass Pad           SV-1 Choir
Fav1                Grand Piano 1       Grand Piano 1       A.Bass & Piano
Fav2                Grand Piano 2       Grand Piano 2       E.Bass & Piano
Fav3                Tine EP/Amp         Tine EP/Amp         F.Bass & E.Piano
Fav4                Reed EP 1           Reed EP 1           SynBass&E.Piano
Fav5                Clav AC             Clav AC             Piano & Organ
Fav6                Click Tonewheel     Click Tonewheel     Split Organ
Fav7                Full Strings        Full Strings        PipeOrgan&Choir
Fav8                Sharp Brass         Sharp Brass         Pad & Lead
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nerdtro



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2011 2:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

thanks davidt,Looks like sound pack 2 is the first time Korg gave you more than the 36 patches ,with all new sounds in the favourites section,instead of doubles. I guess Korg added the bass splits last and had no other place to put them .Good news is with the editor you can move any sound anywhere! Thanks again for the list, I just printed it out!!
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dlrshort



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PostPosted: Sat Apr 09, 2011 10:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Dave very good for reference.
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Junkie



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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 9:37 pm    Post subject: patches Reply with quote

Id really appreciate what the other organs and that in the other sound packs are based on... like what's the ideal organ setting patch for green onions or gimme some lovin etc.
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