Here is the link to vote: http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=259821
Now that the submission period is over, download and come help by voting.
There is no requirement to vote in order to download, but might as well list your favorites since I'm sure a lot of time was spent in creating these presets. Once the voting has begun, the way to vote will be to list your favorite 3 patches in order (1st place will get 3 points, 2nd place 2 points and 3rd place will get 1 point). At the end of the voting period, points will be tallied up and the winner will receive a Full License to U-he's upcoming Bazille (currently in Alpha mode).
This time the restriction was a maximum of 1 module per voice and 1 module per fx grid, so come see what users were able to create! With 19 free patches, you should find a nice source of low-CPU-hitting patches.
They can be downloaded here: http://u-he.com/PatchLib/presets/z2/ZPC-02.zip
Here is what bmrzycki had to say about collecting the patches and making available for download:
bmrzycki wrote:Ok, it's after Midnight Monday GMT. Here's the link to the submitted presets, 19 in all.
There are two folders:
Normalized I tried to get them to all have as similar a volume level as possible. Some of them are so dynamic it's really not possible and there are a few stray transients if you play several notes. Not being able to use the compressor in the effects makes it tough to tame them I normalized them in Reaper, I hope that translates well to other hosts. If they're way off please tell me so I know for the future (as well as my own personal interest).
Original contains the presets as pristine as possible from the author. I did have to do some minor renaming and removal of names though.
Every preset that ends with '+' has one or more XY macro controller mapped, so be sure to use them. Also be sure to read the info for the presets, there's some info about certain presets having an ARP preset included, for example.
I don't plan on voting since I know who submitted what. I'm assuming hakey will use the same 3,2,1 point method as before.
I *highly* recommend turning down your headphones/monitors when first auditioning the presets, some have a high energy content.
After all is said and done I'll release who made what preset. Good luck to all who entered; once again there's quite a excellent presets in here.
Once the voting thread has been created, I'll post a link here, but for now... enjoy the free 19 presets!
And one more thing... I did participate in the contest, but this is not a solicitation for a vote, as the presets will remain anonymous until after voting has ended. So that means you can vote guilt free!