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preenfm2 and preenfm3 / Re: Hello! Questions before I buy the Preenfm3
« on: April 18, 2022, 05:45:58 PM »
Thanks for the reply Xavier!

I really appreciate it. Maybe this might be a synth for me then after all! I am willing to take a chance on it, since it has so much capability packed into such a small unit and the potential seems so limitless on paper... the only scary thing is knowing whether or not I might end up with something that works for me or not.

Who knows? It seems like everyone who has one is pretty satisfied at the moment?

Does the unit come with a standard set of patches? How many can the unit hold?

preenfm2 and preenfm3 / Hello! Questions before I buy the Preenfm3
« on: April 18, 2022, 12:32:54 AM »
Hello guys, thanks so much for the add.  :)

I am a bit of a noob here to this product and synths in general, so apologies is these questions are redundant! If there is some resource I can read that answers these, I would kindly ask for a link so I don't waste people's time.

I am currently looking into using the PreenFM3 in conjunction with a Arturia Keystep Pro.


  • Is there a full manual that explains how the UI works on the PreenFM3?
  • How do you change parameters such as filter, attack, decay etc? Would it be possible to control these parameters via something like the Key step pro via MIDI?
  • Would user creates patches available online designed for the DX7 or Korg Volca FM (as seen for example here: to be used on the FM3? As I understand it, the sounds may differ slightly, but they will work, right?
  • Does the FM3 respond or can be programmed to respond to aftertouch via MIDI?
  • Why hasn't anyone uploaded a video tutorial on how to use the FM3 yet or given anything more than a fleeting demo of it's utility and capability?

Thanks so much for any responses, I am currently looking into buying this as my first synth to use in a live setup and it seems like it would be right up my alley in terms of the sounds I've heard and what I'm looking for.

Thanks again!

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