Fantastic Patches: User-Creations


Have you visited the Organelle section of Patch Storage lately?..There are many fabulous Organelle patches made by users! To celebrate this, we selected a handful to showcase here. These patches grabbed our attention by:

  • Sounding great
  • Being fun to create music with
  • Explore what the Organelle can be in new ways.

Thank you to everyone who have helped make the Organelle more than we ever thought it could be! Can’t wait to see what comes next!

Our first selection is: 16 Step Drum Sequencer by @callmesam ! It’s hard to stop making beats with this patch’s inventive pattern writing method!

Thanks @callmesam!

Finest initiative :wink: thumbs up!


Our next selection is: LIGHT-CYCLES by Kyle Werle in collaboration with @Patrick.

LIGHT-CYCLES goes deep (Deep Space 9-style) into an ordered but uncharted realm of sample playback. You can do so much with this patch. Even the OLED screen looks good. One day it might even have its own show too!

Download this patch here:

Selection 3: NESWave Synth by @Blavatsky

This is a wavetable synth with sampled 8-bit waveforms. Play the game of NESWave to move through six different levels of sound design, starting with basic wave selecting and filtering, and moving through arpeggios, reverb, even grain delay. When the game is over, you have a special sound unique to that playthrough!

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Selection 4: Reverse Delay by @Hymnosiac

Time for an effect! Get backwards! Unlike most delays, this patch applies a unique pattern to the playback of the delay. Instead of playing reversed audio at a constant interval, this effect randomly plays panned fragments of incoming sound in reverse. Use the different presets to move through additional harmonizations.



Selection 5: Chordelay by Andrew Elmore

It’s a harmonized delay with independent time control for each harmonization! Use this effect to make every note a chord, an arpeggio, or simply add octaves to your sound.

Download this patch here:


Selection 6: DUST by @wo3

This one sounds like it’s coming from a VHS tape through a CRT TV’s speakers. It offers the user control of dustiness, noise, vibrato and octave. All sound is oscilloscoped on to the Organelle’s screen. The ‘dust’ is represented with blips on the screen in varying size.

Download this patch here:


Selection 7: Binaural Beatz by @jacob

8 voice polyphonic synth that creates a binaural experience! Detune one of two oscillators and hear the panning ‘beating’ in stereo. Adjust the attack and decay to use this synth as a cerebral drone generator, or make a snappy bass sound.

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Fantastic indeed!


Selection 8: RE-Tape Echo by @batinste

A recreation of a vintage tape delay unit, and features tap tempo and warble controls.



Nice noisy ending <3
Thanks for selecting my patch !


Selection 9: PolyLoops from @powpow

PolyLoops is a hybrid of Polybeats, Jeraphy, and FX-13. Super cool!



Selection 10: Delay+Chorus from Luther_22

Input sound gets a delay which is then sent to a chorus, giving us a modulated echo that can be replicated by up to four chorus voices!



Selection 11: Turingmachina v3 by @ringhof

This step sequencer gets a lot done with only eight steps! It features controls for randomness, beat subdivision, note duration and harmonic scale! Add reverb to your sound by routing your external instrument’s output to the Organelle’s audio input.


Thank you for this selection!


Yes! a favourite here also from long time :wink: @ringhof


Thank you for your contribution!!

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Selection 12: 2 Delay XT by @raphy

This delay is based on the Quad Delay patch. Use the knobs to control feedback for two delays, delay time adjustment, and mix. Like quad delay, the keyboard keys set delay time as well. Use ‘Aux’ to toggle sending to the delay. Flipping between radio stations is our favorite way to test this effects patch (or any effects patch really!).



Selection 13: Aquarius 4 by @callmesam

We’re back where we started this list with a (second) patch from @callmesam! This subtractive synth uses preset envelope shapes to expedite sound programming. Use ‘Aux’ to switch between two pages of settings, adjusting octave transposition, envelopes, filter cutoff, oscillator waveform (x2), pulse width modulation, and chorus. Use the encoder to scroll through presets within the patch!

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This patch concludes this list for now, but we’ll be back with more selections. Thanks for watching!
Special thanks to all the contributors - thanks for sharing!