Sound designer Anton Anru shared this video demo for his new patch library, Probability, for the Behringer Crave.
The Crave is a knockoff of the Moog Mother-32 synthesizer, so this patch library is the Crave version of his previously-released Probability patch library for the M32.
The patch library is delivered as a
Here’s what he has to say about it:
“Probability is a collection of 20 generative patches and sequences. This genre of sound design is very popular inside modular culture, and Crave suggests a good set of features to enter this club.
Controlled chaos and randomness, probability, non-repetitiveness, tempo break, pattern uniqueness, short and long sounds alternation, unexpected changes, silence and density, harmonic and fx-like tones, freaky splashes during a sequence – all these things are included in the soundset.
Generative timbre may be a good addition to (or a lead part of) ambient or techno tracks, jams and performances. You may also record fragments into your DAW or sampler, slice it to one-shots or make loops – you’ll get a unique material for further processing.
All patches require a sequence playback, and, obviously, the sequence itself influences on the final result greatly. The soundset is provided with 20 patterns that were used in audio examples. You may use them in your production and performances, they are 100% royalty free. You may use them as a starting point and turn them into something new. Or, of course, you may create your own patterns from scratch.”
Readers interested in comparing the Crave and Mother-32, which have the same controls and features but different sound circuitry, may want to compare this video to Anru’s video for the original Mother-32 Probability patch library.
Pricing and Availability
The Probability patch library for the Behringer Crave is available with an intro price of $7.96 USD (normally $9.95). The patch library is presented as a PDF of documented patch diagrams and audio demos.