SynthPatch Lets You Organize Patch Sheets For The Minimoog, Pro-One & SH-101

Developer Sean Wolcott has introduced SynthPatch, an iOS app that’s designed to make it easier to store and recall synth patches for analog synths that don’t have presets.

With SynthPatch, you can manually create and organize a library of patch settings, that can be used as a reference for patching your synths. Currently, SynthPatch supports the Minimoog, SH-101, and Pro One

Pricing and Availability

SynthPatch is available for US $3.99 in the App Store.

If you’ve used SynthPatch, leave a comment and share your thoughts on it.

3 thoughts on “SynthPatch Lets You Organize Patch Sheets For The Minimoog, Pro-One & SH-101

  1. What I do is take pictures of analog synth settings, but would be nice to have an app to recall them. One recommendation is to follow the layout of the synth, that makes it easier to recreate. Even better use the camera to capture the settings and save them in a standard format like this without having to manually enter settings

    1. “Even better use the camera to capture the settings and save them in a standard format like this without having to manually enter settings”

      Yes – it seems like one could just take picture of the patch with your cell phone and then organize those in an app. But it would be better if the app could ‘see’ the position of the knobs and then present the patch in a standard way – like the old patch sheets that they used to include in synth manuals.

  2. When I had my old minimoog back in the 80’s I used to put small triangles of various coloured tape on the panel when I was gigging. Especially needed for finer envelope- and filtersettings. For use in the studio I never found any need of recalling earlier patches – due to the simplicity and intuitive layout of the mini.

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