Ultimate Conforce Presets for Digitone SYX


Ultimate Conforce Presets for Digitone SYX

03 Jul 2020 | 0.4 MB

I got the Digitone in an early stage and have been programming my own presets on it ever since. I think it’s the perfect machine for electronic percussion and evolving modulating pads and effects. It is a sound designers dream synth and does much more than just classic retro static fm sounds.

What makes the Digitone standout is the modulation section, I tend to dive deep into synths and get rich sounds out of them. The soundbank focusses strongly on modulations but it should get you going with many styles of music like electro, techno and idm. All patches are crafted with love and attention. All killer! No filler and no bullshit patches!

**The 4 demo tracks are 100% made with the patches from this soundbank**

What do you get:
This kit contains a variety 140 patches.
– 67 Pads, evolving drones, chords, bleeps
– 22 Complex sound effects
– 22 Bass sounds
– 29 Drums inc punchy kicks, hihats, snares and various percussion
All sounds are categorised and organised correctly.


– This is not an official product by the Elektron brand, it’s a custom made soundpack.

– These patches are stored in one Sysex file that the Digitone(Keys) can read and receive.

– This is not a sample kit

– Please do not share this soundbank with all your friends, hours and hours of time went into programming and organising this sound bank. The amount of money asked for this product is very little so please be so kind to buy my sound banks and support any future ones.

– These are native patches and they only work with the Digitone. Transfer these patches to your Digitone:

Use the C6 or Sysex software app by Elektron to transfer the patches, found at this page. Connect the Digitone via USB to your computer and open C6.

Go into the system menu/ Sysex Dump on the Digitone. SYSEX RECEIVE -> DRIVE SOUND -> Select the bank where you want to write the patches.

– Refer to the Digitone manual if you’re unsure of how to go about. It’s all detailed in the manual, which will also be updated when they release new firmwares with Overbridge support, and such.


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