Oberon Tritone Patches

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Post 29 Jul 2022

As some of you may know, lately I've been trying to revisit many of my older synths rather than constantly looking at new toys. This time Oberon managed to draw me in, resulting in 40 Oberon patches. As usual, no combinator patches. Categories: Bass, Melody, Pads, Random.

Here's a short demo of some of the patches included. I put some reverb on some of them. Pretty much no one is going to use the pads and leads completely dry in a real world mix anyway.


Feel free to check them out.
EDIT: These are Oberon 2 patches. So if you're on the first version they won't work.
Tritone Refill Oberon.zip
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Post 29 Jul 2022

Awesome! Thanks!

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Post 30 Jul 2022

awesome... thank you for sharing :clap:
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littlejam
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Post 30 Jul 2022

hello,

@TritoneAddiction: a very goodgood gift
thank you very much
(and also for the other patch collections)

cheers,

j
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Post 30 Jul 2022

Was hoping for a demo track :puf_bigsmile: But instant download for obvious reasons anyway :thumbup:

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Post 30 Jul 2022

crimsonwarlock wrote:
30 Jul 2022
Was hoping for a demo track :puf_bigsmile: But instant download for obvious reasons anyway :thumbup:
Here you go. Straight from the oven :puf_smile:


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Post 30 Jul 2022

TritoneAddiction wrote:
30 Jul 2022
Here you go. Straight from the oven :puf_smile:
Ha, I saw that coming :lol:

Nice patches again, especially the pads (disclaimer: I'm a pad-addict).

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Post 31 Jul 2022

Jac459 wrote:
29 Jul 2022
Awesome! Thanks!
You're welcome.

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Post 31 Jul 2022

moneykube wrote:
30 Jul 2022
awesome... thank you for sharing :clap:
No problem. Since I spent the time creating all these patches, I might as well share them. They are made to be used after all.

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Post 31 Jul 2022

littlejam wrote:
30 Jul 2022
hello,

@TritoneAddiction: a very goodgood gift
thank you very much
(and also for the other patch collections)

cheers,

j
Hope you enjoy and that some of the patches can be useful.

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Post 31 Jul 2022

Thanks for sharing. Downloading now. Hopefully they work on the older version of Oberon. I don't have the paid update.
EDIT: These don't seem to be working for the older (non-updated) version.
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Post 31 Jul 2022

Tnx Tritone! They sound awesome!

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Post 01 Aug 2022

challism wrote:
31 Jul 2022
Thanks for sharing. Downloading now. Hopefully they work on the older version of Oberon. I don't have the paid update.
EDIT: These don't seem to be working for the older (non-updated) version.
I completely forgot about there being a version 2 update to Oberon. I bought Oberon pretty late so I never paid extra for that update.

How much is the update?

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Post 01 Aug 2022

Re8et wrote:
31 Jul 2022
Tnx Tritone! They sound awesome!
Great. Thanks. :puf_smile:

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Post 01 Aug 2022

TritoneAddiction wrote:
01 Aug 2022
challism wrote:
31 Jul 2022
Thanks for sharing. Downloading now. Hopefully they work on the older version of Oberon. I don't have the paid update.
EDIT: These don't seem to be working for the older (non-updated) version.
I completely forgot about there being a version 2 update to Oberon. I bought Oberon pretty late so I never paid extra for that update.

How much is the update?
It's $9 or $15, can't remember. I don't ever seem to use Oberon so I can't justify the update, but I know I should use it more, as it is quite good and underrated.
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Post 01 Aug 2022

challism wrote:
01 Aug 2022
TritoneAddiction wrote:
01 Aug 2022

I completely forgot about there being a version 2 update to Oberon. I bought Oberon pretty late so I never paid extra for that update.

How much is the update?
It's $9 or $15, can't remember. I don't ever seem to use Oberon so I can't justify the update, but I know I should use it more, as it is quite good and underrated.
That's not too bad. Yeah that's why I do all these synth revisits. I own all these synths that I've gathered over the years, yet I feel like I don't know them nearly enough as I should/want. I feel like they deserve more of my time and attention than I previously have given them. Just scrolling through included patches (like I mostly did before) doesn't really do a synth justice.
Oberon is pretty cool. It might not be a particularly good all round synth, but I think it offers some unique/exotic tones that I haven't heard from any other synth. If you have any interest in diving into it a bit deeper at some point I would probably get the update.

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Post 02 Aug 2022

Ok, I need to say it a new time but these patches are very cool. Just spent a couple having fun on them.

Thanks again mate.

What would be your next revisit ?

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Post 02 Aug 2022

Jac459 wrote:
02 Aug 2022
Ok, I need to say it a new time but these patches are very cool. Just spent a couple having fun on them.

Thanks again mate.

What would be your next revisit ?
Glad you enjoy them.
Not sure. I've started dabbling in a couple of synths actually. Snakebite, Expanse, Algoritm, JPS Harmonic synth, Friktion, FM4. As I can't decide, it's more a matter of playing around with them simultaneously. And all of a sudden a synth will just grab me and keep me there for whatever reason. And that will be the one. At least that's how it's been to a large extent before. I sense a slight urge to delve into Snakebite. But I'm not sure yet. Oberon was kind of a bigger (more optiony) synth, so it might be nice to go with a smaller, more niche oriented synth next. FM4 is also an option.

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Post 02 Aug 2022

FM4... Hehe.
I don't have it but I know its reputation...
For FM I have a sweet spot for zero hybrid synth

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Post 02 Aug 2022

Jac459 wrote:
02 Aug 2022
FM4... Hehe.
I don't have it but I know its reputation...
For FM I have a sweet spot for zero hybrid synth
Yeah Zero needs to be revisited at some point too. But I'm absolutely not ready for that one yet. I'm genuinly scared of that thing. :lol: That's why it's not even on the list of potential synths to revisit yet. I tried to make something with it years ago and gave up immediately. Hopefully once I get to it I'll have more synth knowledge overall than I did last time.
So far Zero has strictly been a preset machine for me.

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Post 02 Aug 2022

TritoneAddiction wrote:
02 Aug 2022
Yeah Zero needs to be revisited at some point too. But I'm absolutely not ready for that one yet. I'm genuinly scared of that thing. :lol: That's why it's not even on the list of potential synths to revisit yet. I tried to make something with it years ago and gave up immediately. Hopefully once I get to it I'll have more synth knowledge overall than I did last time.
So far Zero has strictly been a preset machine for me.
I have the same feeling... Fortunately presets are excellent...

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Post 02 Aug 2022

hello,

my vote would be for Expanse or megasaur

cheers and eat well,

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Post 02 Aug 2022

littlejam wrote:
02 Aug 2022
hello,

my vote would be for Expanse or megasaur

cheers and eat well,

j
Do you mean Expanse and Snakebite? :mrgreen: I'm just guessing since I already did patches for Megasaur.

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littlejam
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Post 02 Aug 2022

hello,

no i meant megasaur
hadn't remembered that you did megasaur already
my bad

i don't own oberon RE so maybe that threw me off

i guess my vote is still Exspanse

cheers,

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