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"I don’t think i’ve ever heard the Minilogue XD sound like this!"

Beautifully crafted sounds for lo-fi, leftfield, ambient or vaporwave.
Compatible with Korg Minilogue XD keyboard and desktop.
Each patch has joystick modulation configured.


See the full demo video below. For better experience use your headphones.

No additional FXs - just pure .wav from the Minilogue XD.
Every noise or modulation you hear is a part of the patch.

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Listen to the sound clips

You can listen to every patch available in the Minilogue XD Soundbank. Minilogue XD patches were recorded directly from the unit - there is no postprocessing. Only original sounds with internal effects and modulation.

All the musical themes used in the video or sound demo are copyrighted.

Use your headphones for better experience.


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You agree to not copy, redistribute or resell any of the presets in this product.
They are copyrighted and licensed for your use only.

What's inside the folder?

In the downloaded folder you will find separate .mnlgxdprog program files and one .mnlgxdlib library file - you can easily transfer the sounds using Minilogue XD Librarian.

There is also a list of patch names and types (ARPS, Leads, Pads etc).

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If you have any question about Minilogue XD Patches or you have a problem with transferring patches to your instrument - you can always contact me at:

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Are these patches compatible with the original Korg Minilogue?

No. I love the original one, but these sound were prepared for the Minilogue XD Keyboard and Minilogue XD Desktop.

Do I need any custom oscillators or FX to run these patches?

Fortunatelly no! Every patch has been created only using original, "factory" oscillators and fx.

How to import these patches into original hardware synth?

It's really easy. You need to instal official Korg Minilogue XD Librarian and connect your unit with a computer via USB Cable. Check the YouTube for the tutorials.

Remember - if you want to transfer all presets at once, load them in Minilogue XD Librarian using the OPEN option and selecting the Synt-Patches-com-Minilogue-XD.mnlgxdlib file, then select presets from 1 to 152 and place them in the appropriate place (there where you want them to appear in the synthesizer memory). Then select them again and execute the "SEND" command. Remember that the "SEND All" command will transfer all slots to your instrument - including INIT PATCHES. Remember to back up all your Minilogue XD memory before transferring!

Is there a joystick configured?

Yes! Every patch has some joystick modulations configured.

Is there an onboard sequencer configured?

No, I've left the sequencer untouched. You can create your own themes or parameter movements here.

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How and where can I pay for the soundbank?

You can buy and download the soundbank here using your credit card details as well as your PayPal account. Have fun!


This product contains 150 sound patches for Korg Minilogue XD Keyboard and Desktop.

You can use these files for any purpose - including commercial.

After payment you will be redirected to the page with your personal download link. If you don't see the website - please contact me at with the transaction ID - I will send you the files manualy.

There are no refunds or exchanges available. Listen to the sounds carefully! :)

You agree to not copy, redistribute or resell any of the presets in this product.
They are copyrighted and licensed for your use only.

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150 new patches

Joystick modulation configured

Easy to transfer

Just use the free
Minilogie XD Librarian

No custom osc needed

Every XD unit will read these sounds.

Korg Minilogue XD review

I started working with this synthesizer three times and it was only the third time that I succeeded. At first I was put off by the lack of a modulation matrix. When it comes to modulation capabilities, the Minilogue XD turns out to be more limited than the MicroKorg, which has been produced for 20 years.

The second time I tried to create my own oscillators and effects, because it seemed to me that this could be the real power of this instrument. Unfortunately, it turned out that although Korg had an excellent and innovative idea, its implementation in practice leaves much to be desired: if you are not a professional developer, you can forget about quick and efficient creation of your own oscillators.

It was only the third time that I managed to create a set of sounds that I was happy with. You can buy this set today on this page.

Paradoxically, I think the strength of this analog synthesizer lies in its third, digital oscillator. It's not the first time Korg has done a really good job with the instrument's potential and capabilities. And not for the first time, the ux is a bit lame here (as in the aforementioned Microkorg).

Despite the lack of a typical modulation matrix, we have access to a quite large library of various digital oscillators. Despite the inability to integrate the LFO with several parameters at the same time, we get a hidden "extra" LFO with pitch modulation. What's more, Korg also hid an additional envelope assigned only to the third oscillator - thanks to this we have the ability to create living, organic, complec sounds. Of course firs you have to find and learn all those tricks. It took me a while personally.

There's something frustrating about what at first glance feels like a "knob per function" synthesizer requires a rather tedious and repetitive diving menu. After some time, however, you can get used to it - then the real fun begins.

Two analog oscillators and a filter did not impress me with their sound. As I mentioned, the third oscillator turns out to be extremely helpful here - also when we put it in noise mode. We have as many as three types of noise, each of which can be additionally modified bypassing the master filter. What's more, the entire third oscillator can be excluded from the classic synthesis chain bypassing the filter - this gives additional possibilities when it comes to sound design.

In short - Minilogue XD is a very good continuation of the classic Minilogue, although I have the impression that it is not the final form of this product line yet. If the instrument received, for example, a software update adding even a modest modulation matrix on board - it would be great.

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