really pleased to see you enjoying the Organelle
I agree, as you stated in your first post … I think the included patches are very playful, fun, yet playable, and rather different from what one might expect.
This does make the organelle a little difficult to describe, whilst it can be ‘different’ and can be experimental … I do also pick it up to play more ‘standard’ patches ( like Rhodey, Analog Style),
but if that was your only requirement… there are lots of synths that could do that.
for those that know Simon the magpie’s channel… have you noticed how he often is picking up the pocket piano, whenever he wants to try things out.
thats similar to how I use my organelle… its the thing I pickup whenever i have an idea, or i want to test an FX.
whats cool about the M, is that the speaker and batteries make this even more the case now
(I used to run the Organelle-1 off a USB battery bank, but it was an ‘extra thing’)
this is a good idea… though, it’s unlikely you’ll ‘bork it’ by installing patches.
what I try to do, is to keep on my computer a ‘backup’ of any special patches, or samples, as these are the things that could potentially be lost.
that said, Ive never been in the position where ive not been able to boot my organelle, or be able to get to the my files … and I go ‘off-piste’ quite regularly with my organelles