Posts tagged: Patch Sheet

MFB Microzwerg Patch Sheet


A patch sheet for the MFB Microzwerg

MFB Microzwerg Patchsheet

I found a few on the web and they all had a ton of mistakes in them, so I edited them to perfection and this is the final result!

Now, I can hear you think: “But how do I note the second instance of the machine after pressing shift?” Well, you can always use two different colors to note the differences or just mark them with a “1” or “2”.

As always, if you’ve got any questions feel free to ask me in the comments below. If you want to share your patches, mention me in your Tweet of status update on Facebook and I’ll spread the word for you!

Download here.


Review of the MFB Microzwerg.

MFB Nanozwerg Patch Sheet


MFB Nanozwerg Patch Sheet

MFB Nanozwerg patch sheetA Patch Sheet for the MFB Nanozwerg, so you can save your favorite settings (patches). I was shocked to find no such document on the web, so I made it myself. (Yes it looks crappy, but it works.) I cut the parts from the Microzwerg patch-sheet and filled in the blanks.

Download here.

Share your favorite patches on Twitter and I’ll re-tweet you! Don’t forget to mention me in your Tweet; @Sonof8Bits.


KORG Monotron Patch Sheet

The KORG Monotron is a great sound-source for such a small device.

KORG Monotron Patch Sheet

But, of course, it has no way to save patches, and that’s where this Patch Sheet comes in.

On this patch-sheet I decided to keep the keyboard, since some sounds will only sound correct when played on the right key. For instance; I got a very usable kick-drum in G that just sounds like a ‘bloop’ when played lower, and too much like a ‘zap’ when played higher. (But I might do a simpler one if the crowd so demands it.)

Click the above picture to download, happy patching.