Sonic Charge launches Vintage Tonic free drum machine patches for Microtonic

Sonic Charge Vintage Tonic

Sonic Charge launches Vintage Tonic free drum machine patches for Microtonic

Soniccharge has announced the release of a free collection of patches for its Microtonic software drum instrument.

During the past few years I have been experimenting with machine learning algorithms that search for parameter settings to imitate any sound with any synth. Today I am happy to reveal the first fruit of this labor: Vintage Tonic.

Vintage Tonic delivers a collection of Microtonic patches created from recordings of the following classic analog and digital drum machines:

  • Maestro Rhythm King (1960).
  • Keio / Korg Minipops 7 (1966).
  • Roland CR-78 CompuRhythm (1978).
  • Korg KR-55 (1979).
  • Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer (1980).
  • Oberheim DMX (1981).
  • Linn Drum (1982).
  • Roland TR-909 Rhythm Composer (1984).
  • Roland TR-707 Rhythm Composer (1984).
  • Roland TR-505 Rhythm Composer (1986).

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The package is a free download from the Soniccharge website. The custom Vintage Tonic skin for Microtonic is available at the Soniccharge forum.

More information: Soniccharge