On this sound reloads page we then and when add new banks for free download. The newest reloads always
are placed at the very bottom of the page. The page also offers legacy sounds and receptorized banks, videos,
audio and sometimes sequencer sessions.
The reload banks collection on this page has grown to more than 1'000 additional sounds since the release
of OP-X PRO-II. So the total number of available sounds including the 1'500 original factory sounds now
exceeds the number of 2'500 sounds!
The new 1.2 64 bit and Mac version of OP-X PRO-II already includes
all reload banks released before September 2015 in converted format its installer. But you nevertheless might check the
dedicated info and audio clips to learn more about the banks.
New banks reloads added after September 2015 will be offered in both the old fxb/fxp format for the 1.1 32bit
version of OP-X PRO-II as well as in the new opxbank/opxpreset format for the 1.2 64bit and Mac version.
So no need to convert them by yourself.
How to place new downloaded banks:
OP-X PRO-II version 1.2 Windows 64bit and Mac:
Simply place the banks somewhere inside the "Banks" folder of the Presetbase. You might create
a new dedicated subfolder for newly downloaded banks or place them in the already existing
"Downloaded" folder. You're entirely free how to organize your banks.
The banks folder of the Presetbase is located in these places:
Finder->Go->Macintosh HD, then
Once placed there you can access the newly placed banks by clicking the BANK -> LOAD button of the patch browser in OP-X PRO-II.
OP-X PRO-II version 1.1 32bit Windows:
There are several ways to import them into the library:
- copy them manually to the library
- import them using your vst host's preset file menu
- import them using the patch browser
We think the best and fastest method is copying them manually to the library, which
is located in the "OP-X PRO-II" folder next to the dll. To keep things clean and
separated we recommend to create subfolders, like e.g. "Userpresets" and "Userbanks"
and put the files there. Of course you are free to set up any custom structure you
like with any number of subfolders. You only have to know that the default root folder
is always the "OP-X PRO-II" folder.
Then put additional banks into these folders, on demand using further subfolders
to structure them. It's all up to you.
Note that if the plugin resides somewhere within the system's program files folder and you
are no administrator windows will put some warnings which can be ignored. Also
be aware that patches and banks saved using the patch browser could be written to
virtual store except to the original library. This does not affect working, but
you should know where windows puts them in case you want to make a backup of them.
Read more about it here.
The easiest way to allow writing to the library folder without running your host
in admin mode is to change the rights of the library folder which is described
Former VFX Edition of OP-X PRO-II:
Read page 2 of the "Installation Guide Mac" pdf which is
included in the installer package to learn how to access the library. Help video here.
OP-X PRO-II Factory Soundset
This is the complete factory soundset which is installed automatically by default
by the installer, but here isolated from the installer. This could be useful if
you e.g. by mistake have overwritten one of the factory banks and want to restore
it without installing the synth once more. In that case you simply could replace
the dedicated bank with the original bank from this package.
In version 1.2 for 64bit and Mac the installer offers the possibility to
only install the presetbase, so in case of mistakingly deleted factory banks or
other unwanted manipulations the Presetbase could be re-installed using the installer.
This won't delete new custom banks created later.
This package contains all former OP-X PRO banks in the original form. They are
exactly the same as the ones delivered with the standard OP-X PRO, except that
the second part has been cleaned/filled with empty patches since the old format
only offered 64 patches per bank while OP-X PRO-II has 128. In the old banks there's
sometimes some data junk in this second part, that's why we've cleaned it in all banks.
This package can be useful if you want to use all original banks furthermore in unchanged
format, e.g. if you're familiar with them from your work with OP-X PRO. The collection
furthermore also contains the factory soundsets of OP-X, OP-X PRO and OP-X PLAYER, so
if you used to work with one of these you immediatly can turn OP-X PRO-II into one
of these by loading the dedicated bank. The library also contains every single sound
in the same library structure of all OP series synths (OP-X FREE, OP-X PLAYER, OP-X, OP-X PRO).
It's 59 banks in total, but some offering only a few patches. The package also contains all
additional banks ever posted in the user area.There's an info file that
briefly describes all banks. These are the factory banks:
Note that the new OP-X PRO-II library in fact contains almost all of these original
sounds somewhere, but sometimes improved, cleaned, with some effects added, and in
an all new bank structure. Only the weakest ones were kicked out. For the new OP-X PRO-II
library we went through the coplete old library, re-sorted the presets, improved, and
of course added hundreds of new sounds, resulting in a completely new library with a
clean new structure. But if you want to have everything unchanged in original state
additionally, here it is.
Finder->Go->Macintosh HD, then
OP-X PRO-II version 1.1 32bit win:
Simply put/copy the Probanks folder into the "OP-X PRO-II" folder:
For Muse Research Receptor users and people who want to have all sounds available as single presets.
These packages contain all presets of all banks extracted as single presets collected
in dedicated folders.
If you not only want to be able to access all the banks from the synth's patch browser
but also from the Receptor's front panel and file system then you need to have the banks
in receptorized format. Apart from the factory banks we've now added too all reload banks
and have collected them on a dedicated page. You can download the banks here:
Installation: Unpack the zip files and put the included folder(s) to the "Drop Installers Here"
Receptor, go to the SETUP Page and Click INSTALL. Now you will have the installed bank(s)
you normally have to access from the synth's patch browser too available in the
Receptor's file system, which e.g. makes possible to access them directly from the
front panel or also from the Muse Machine banks browser.
In the section below follow the reloads, which are extended with new downloads
from time to time. So keep checking!
The new version 1.2 for 64bit and Mac already includes all listed banks released before September 2015
in its installer.
Reload 001 09/08/2010
The first small reload. More will follow. Some pads, sample&hold patches, and three
really nice wurly patches. Play Supertramp with OP-X PRO-II!
This 45 patches bank includes improved, edited and new patches inspired by XPander, OB-X,
Jupiter-8 and BIT99. It includes some of our all-time favourite sounds for OP-X PRO-II, so
we're sure you'll love the sounds too! This bank is a must-have!
Three presets from Xavier Naidoo keyboard player and producer Neil Palmer, including
a very nice Mod Clav and two new variants on the OB St Genevieve preset derived from dedicated
presets in his Oberheim Xpander. Thank you Neil!
The original Jupiter-8 Factory Patches (64) re-programmed for OP-X PRO-II plus a
further bank of custom user sounds (64) derived from the factory patches, available
in two separate banks as well as combined in one single bank.
Patch reference video
Comparison clips (mp3)
As for original reference we relied on the excellent clips on synthmania.com and played the
same riffs in the medley to allow a direct comparison:
A small set of six presets which were copied in every detail including the individual
voices' detunings from our studio Oberheim OB-X for a comparison demo video which is
linked below. This is your chance to play our OB-X and its unique individual sound by
yourself at home!
The magic and the power of the expensive classics! A bank of 82 stunning presets
modeled after highly sought after early voltage controlled syths including OB-X, OB-Xa,
OB-8, Jupiter-8, Jupiter-6, Prophet-5, Matrix-12 and Synthex. This bank is a must have!
Platinum Bank Medley (mp3)
Patch reference video (patch reference in video description)
A small bank of 12 presets which allow to re-create the synth part of two famous soul funk dance songs from
the early 80ies.
The package contains multitrack midi files to recreate the demo clips. You also can download it as cubase sessions here.
Cubase Sessions video
D Train - You're The One For Me
O'Jays - Put Our Heads Together
All sounds are coming from OP-X PRO-II except for drums and piano & rhodes.
A collection of 64 wonderful patches which have been modelled after synths like OB-Xa, OB-8, Matrix-12, Jupiter-6,
Jupiter-8, Minimoog and Crumar Bit99 with the weight laid on warmth and smoothness. You're gonna love these sounds - promised!
Mastertone Bank Medley (mp3)
Patch reference video (patch reference in video description)
This bank is the result of cleaning our entire work library looking for valuable patches worth to be shared. It
offers no less than 100 patches in total, the biggest part of them all new or improved famous patches featuring Van
Halen, Rush, Nena, BJH, Pink Floyd, Styx and others, and in the last third of the bank a bunch of famous synth
This bank includes all needed sounds (13) to recreate the famous "Axel F" soundtrack from composer
Harold Faltermeyer which became famous as film soundtrack in Beverly Hills Cop. Watch the video to
see the sounds of the bank in action!
This collection includes the whole private patches library of sound designer Adam Borseti including
a Rush sounds section (308 patches in total) as well as a derived custom bank (Selection) created by SonicProjects.
Thanks a lot Adam!
This bank offers 111 unique sounds inspired by the Oberheim Matrix 12.
There are full warm pads, brasses, organ, clavs, and there's a section offering some of the
craziest experimental effect sounds ever released for this synth!