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Title: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Oberman on January 31, 2012, 07:11:35 pm
For those of you who bought the SEM V with the 4 and 8 voice sounds in mind....

Here you go....

http://www.gamefront.com/files/21270669/Borseti+Files.obsx

I don't care if these are added to the new update coming out, in fact, it would be an honor.
Just know that these sounds aren't organized into categories, they're all just in one bank.

Classic sounds though......

Enjoy,

-Adam Borseti
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: MadeInMachines on February 14, 2012, 06:10:35 am
Thanks very much. I'll give these a play tomorrow. Do you know how to get a unison detune on the arturia SEM? Would sound massive but can't seem to figure out a way.
Cheers
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on March 12, 2012, 06:02:43 am
Oberman,
Does your link still work?  I just see a bunch of computer game stuff.  It would be cool if you included at least one of your Unison patches, like the one you were showing on another thread.
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Oberman on March 20, 2012, 07:53:16 pm
Sorry about that. I guess my link died.

Here's another one.... which will also probably die eventually......... but hey!

http://www.gamefront.com/files/21449979/The+Classics.obsx


So, I've actually got quite a few patches here..... some of em' are really awesome, others, like
the patch "PulseWidth Bliss" are so gorgeous that they bring tears to my eyes. :D

The last patch is called "Wichita"...... guess what THAT IS!? :D

As for the unison patches, I think there's only 1... I called it "Four Voice Unison".... very Styx-like.

Enjoy, people!

-Adam

PS: PERHAPS ARTURIA CAN GIVE ME SOME MONEY FOR THESE IN THE FUTURE, WINK WINK.





Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on March 21, 2012, 01:44:05 am
Thank you!!!! I'll try them soon!................It seems Arturia has it set up that I can't Import the patches because I'm using the demo version.  Curses!   Anybody know how to do it with the demo version?
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Oberman on March 21, 2012, 02:27:22 pm
Yeah, sorry man....

That's a demo limitation. You're not going to be able to use my sounds unless you buy the software. I can assure you, the synth IS great.... but it's up to you.
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on March 22, 2012, 03:37:23 am
It's a nice synth (though my joystick doesn't work with it in Cubase LE4).  Though I recently got Jupiter 8-V, CS-80V, ARP 2600-V, MiniMg-V, and Analog Laboratory (at a great deal), so it's not like I'm in desperate need of another soft synth right now.  Fair chance I'll end up with it in the future (especially if they get Unison going).  One thing I'm concerned about though: at least with the demo version of Oberheim SEM-V in Cubase LE4, a lot of my factory presets for the ARP 2600-V emit no sound.  When the demo SEM-V is deleted from my computer, I have a lot less problems with that issue for some strange reason.

Edit: I fully deleted the (expired) trial version of Oberheim SEM-V, yet most of my ARP2600-V patches have no sound.  Only the simplest patches are now working.  Yet the ARP sounds are working fine in Analog Laboratory, even if I open a Laboratory patch in the full-fledged ARP2600-V.  I don't understand.....

Edit: I later learned if I re-boot the computer with an ARP2600-V track in Cubase LE4, it works OK after that.
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Manuel on May 20, 2012, 12:05:08 am
@Oberman,

Why don't you attach your sounds right here to your posts instead of uploading them anywhere else and posting (broken) links? ;)

Just open the additional options and choose the files you want to attach!
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: zenke on September 22, 2012, 10:45:21 pm
Hey Oberman,
Just bought this synth, was hoping to try your presets. theyve gone. Any chance of attaching them here. cheers
Zenke
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: kimik on October 17, 2012, 05:54:31 pm
Hey Oberman,
Just bought this synth, was hoping to try your presets. theyve gone. Any chance of attaching them here. cheers
Zenke

+1
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Plank on November 01, 2012, 09:45:10 pm
The links are dead to the patches!!!  ???
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on December 30, 2012, 08:34:41 am
Here are some Oberman patches hopefully:

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on December 30, 2012, 08:43:04 am
Here are some more patches from Oberman:

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on December 30, 2012, 08:46:30 am
More Oberman patches:

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on December 30, 2012, 08:48:19 am
More Oberman patches:

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on December 30, 2012, 08:49:55 am
More Oberman patches:

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on December 30, 2012, 08:51:31 am
More Oberman patches:

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on December 30, 2012, 08:53:02 am
More Oberman patches:

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Oberman on January 02, 2013, 09:40:16 pm
Wow, Aaron. I had know idea these patches were so sought after! I hadn't posted any because I had to reinstall my OS; long story, but I lost the patches. Here are some that I was able to salvage and new ones......

I will be working on some Mono patches specifically meant to be combined with several instances of the SEM V, to get a Unison type sound going. More to follow....
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on January 03, 2013, 03:55:32 am
Oberman,
I got upgraded from V Collection 2 to V Collection 3 (for Christmas), so now I have the full blown Oberheim SEM-V (earlier I was using the demo version for awhile).  Fortunately I still had the file you posted several months ago.  I will check out your newest patches also; I liked your previous ones.  On your other thread, where you have the pseudo unison thing happening, I don't fully understand how that works, but I'll take your word for it.  Thank you!  :)
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on January 03, 2013, 05:18:20 am
Oberman,
I opened today's Borseti file and didn't come across any different patches than the ones I posted just recently from you (from your March 2012 post).  I am looking forward to any new ones you might post in the future.
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Oberman on January 04, 2013, 05:10:49 pm
Well, I'm losing my mind then :D


It's okay though, I'm still working on patches. I'm planning a 4-Voice bank and a bank full of monophonic template sounds, so when you load multiple instances of SEM V, you can choose a different patch for each one, thus allowing you to have full Unison with multitimbrality. More to follow.....

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Oberman on January 04, 2013, 05:36:01 pm
Okay, so here we go with the first Unison patch. This is just me testing the waters....

The way it works is simple, I've attached a bank of 4 different sounds. They are monophonic, and are programmed to be used together in Unison. Simply import the bank as usual. Now, these are not really to be used as individual sounds, but rather all together. The way to go about this, is to load 4 instances of the SEM V. That's right, open it up 4 times (I've only tested this in my VST host, but it should work standalone as well) and you will see that I have labeled by patches for Unison use, e.i. "Phat" Voice-1, voice-2, voice-3, and voice-4.

Just load the patches sequentially; "Phat Voice-1" into the first SEM V you open, then "Phat Voice-2" in the second, and so on.... After you've loaded all 4 SEMs with all 4 different sounds, the result of all those different Oberheim tones under the control of one keyboard should be nothing short of breathtaking!

I plan to make (for starters) 8 different Unison sounds......, meaning 8 groups of 4 patches that are to be used together...... once I'm done, you can combine different patches to really get creative!

Let me know your results, and give me some feedback guys; let me know if I should continue!

IT'S OBERTIME!!!!
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on January 05, 2013, 06:24:10 am
Sounds good (I played all 4 at once)!  For what I was playing (via sequencer), I preferred Phat Voice 4 with somewhat faster portamento time.  I like it!  Bring on more when you are ready!  :D
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: aaron aardvark on January 05, 2013, 06:41:36 am
Yay!  ;)
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: infront on February 16, 2013, 06:48:27 pm
Your Patches are better then the Factorys!!!
Please make more Classic Sounds  :)

Thanks
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: donato on March 11, 2013, 05:37:37 am
I agree. Those patches are fantastic! Please make more, Oberman!  :)
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Robotique on April 30, 2013, 04:47:46 pm
I couldn't agree more...  ;)

@Oberman,

Why don't you attach your sounds right here to your posts instead of uploading them anywhere else and posting (broken) links? ;)

Just open the additional options and choose the files you want to attach!
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: TonyFlyingSquirrel on March 25, 2015, 02:03:07 pm
Anybody have any good RUSH presets, ala Subdivision, the verse and the solo?
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: TonyFlyingSquirrel on April 01, 2015, 02:54:04 pm
I'm not seeing where to Import presets into the Sem V application.  Only banks.
Am I missing something.

I saved a couple of the banks, but when I attempt to open them, it sends me a "no license" message.
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: LBH on April 11, 2015, 12:41:32 am
I'm not seeing where to Import presets into the Sem V application.  Only banks.
Am I missing something.

I saved a couple of the banks, but when I attempt to open them, it sends me a "no license" message.

I don't think you are missing anything.
It looks like an earlier SEM could save and load single presets. I think i did see it before i used SEM. But i can't now. It's possible in other Arturia Synth, so it's possible it's a bug you can't now in SEM. I know Arturia is working on the preset area, as it's not optimal as it is.

However - All the preset's in this thread is in this BORSETTI -  SEM bank: * Classic SEM.obsx (155.83 kB - downloaded 74 times.) - posted by Obermann.

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: MarkBog on April 11, 2015, 02:25:44 am
Having problems with the link.  Can you upload the file?  Thanks in advance for any assistance!
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: LBH on April 11, 2015, 12:47:16 pm
Having problems with the link.  Can you upload the file?  Thanks in advance for any assistance!

The sounds are not mine. The link is not mine. You can find the real link in page 2 of this thread if i recall. It's a link "Oberman" has posted, not me.
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: Amalgamoth on April 13, 2015, 08:12:46 pm
It seems that the banks can not be used in the plugins that are activated via the ASC, only the plugins with a dongle license.
I forwarded the case to Arturia and Benjamin Renard has been so kind to decrypt the CC4_Oberheim presets bank.
This decryption can be imported in the latest version of SEM V.

Unfortunately I don't know what to do with all the single .obsp patches (by Oberman) that were posted earlier on by Aaron Aardvark. The extension .obsp is not recognized within my version of SEM V.
Those patches by Oberman are not the same as the ones in the CC4 bank.
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: LBH on April 13, 2015, 09:29:44 pm
The preset's in the below post's by Oberman are the Bosetti bank's. As far as i can see from the names in the .obsp
files posted by  Aaron Aardvark then it's the same preset's.

Reply #18 on: January 02, 2013, 10:07:16 pm by Oberman = Classic SEM.obsx
Reply #22 on: January 04, 2013, 06:03:01 pm by Oberman = Unison Beta.obsx

I have attached the two Borsetti Bank's as .obsx bank's. They work in my ASC SEM version. I hope that's okay with Oberman.

The CC4 preset bank posted in former post by Amalgamoth are some other preset's.

Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: frankin on April 16, 2015, 05:26:12 pm
Thank you for download link @Oberman!
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: kappa95 on December 11, 2016, 08:34:30 pm
How do i load obsp presets into oberheim? im only able to do obsx
Title: Re: Classic Polyphonic Sounds (Download)
Post by: LBH on December 11, 2016, 10:16:44 pm
How do i load obsp presets into oberheim? im only able to do obsx

Hi,

You can't load obsp files. So you load obsx files.
I guess it's about presets in this thread as yu have posted here. Then have you read my previous post, 2 posts above yours - reply #34 and read Amalgamoths post just above that - reply #33?
Attachments can only be seen with logged in.
I assume they still work.