Lots and lots and lots of Synth1 Patches

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If you’re looking for patches for Synth1, here are a few links to get you started:


After you’ve dropped these into a folder on your machine, you can let Synth1 Librarian create an organised library for you (don’t worry about duplicate banks – Synth1 Librarian will sort those out).

Don’t know what Synth1 Librarian is? Watch the video.


4 comments to “Lots and lots and lots of Synth1 Patches”

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  1. Stefan - July 12, 2019 Reply

    Just an addon. I noticed your links above and downloaded this http://techno-addicts.com/2016/05/09/a-treat-to-all-music-producers-25000-sound-presets-for-synth1-vst/
    It came as an .rar file but Synthlibrary could find it when I put it in zipbank.

    It took a severarl minutes to load and hanged on saving the library ( I waited more than 30 minutes but it just kept saying it was saving the library).
    I then closed it but it was the same when I opened it. I closed FL Studio from where I run this and restarted FL Studio.
    It then took some time for Synthlibrary to start but then when I came into Synthlibrary I had a lot of new patches.

    Strangely enough when I saved it all as a FL Studio project and restarted Synthlibrary did not take long to load at all.

    So this .rar file seemed to do the trick after some tinkering.

    Strange that it does not see that other .zip file though. (From http://www.vst4free.com/free_vst.php?plugin=Synth1&id=245)

    I also have one question, if there are exact doubles of patches will they be removed by your program?
    For instance if I should add another of your links and they have identical patches, will they appear as doubles or be removed?

    • neutrino.sky - July 13, 2019 Reply

      Hi, the original zip file from ‘vst4free’ has all of the patches uncompressed, whereas Synth1 Librarian expects all of the banks to exist as _separate zip files_ (which is what you found in the one from ‘techno-addicts’).
      Synth1 Librarian will hide duplicate patches automatically, and if it finds different patches with the same name, it will add numbers to them (e.g Bass, Bass (1), Bass (2) etc)

  2. Scott - January 26, 2020 Reply

    Hi, I’ve just tried this and found it quite useful.
    I wondered though, the Portable version doesn’t save its settings locally but instead puts them into AppData/Roaming, could you please make it fully portable so all data is saved within the Librarian’s folder?

    • neutrino.sky - January 26, 2020 Reply

      Thanks for the suggestion. I’ll see if I can add this to the next big update. 🙂

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