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Two new Making Music hook-ups for the DX7, and another new racket for your lovely Casio CZ101 too. Sheer generosity.

Lovely new patches to try out on your shiny synthesisers. Coming up with the goods are Richard Young (Casio), Ken Campbell (Yamaha).


Fixed frequency low speed carriers provide multiple LFO's, as well as sounding like a threat from the Libyans.


Struck strings, hit with something metallic, is what it sounds like to us. A multitude of uses.


A sidewinding, gut pumelling, razor sharp lead sound, named after the Minimoog's famed sync oscillator sound. Ouch!

Available files:

  Nasty (662 B)

Single patch for CZ series
ben@muzines | 5th Dec 2019 | Downloads: 19

Arturia CZ-V patch
ben@muzines | 6th Dec 2019 | Downloads: 19

Virtual CZ aupreset
ben@muzines | 5th Dec 2019 | Downloads: 15

Virtual CZ VST3 preset
ben@muzines | 5th Dec 2019 | Downloads: 16

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