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Customizing Synth1 VST skin/theme (TO ANY COLOR!!!) *EASY*

Customizing Synth1 VST skin/theme (TO ANY COLOR!!!) *EASY*

Hello everyone!

Hope you are all doing well. I deeply appreciate all the ongoing positive feedback and support for my Synth1 VST Over 25,000+ Sound Presets!!! video. So I decided to share another treat with everyone in reference to the Synth1 VST.

I’ve been using the Synth1 VST for as long as I can remember but it never even crossed my mind that you can actually CUSTOMIZE the Synth1 VST to whatever color/skin/theme of your liking. You can easily accomplish this without having to search the net and download any third-party skins.  How cool is that! I’ll show you an example of this below:

Synth1 (DEFAULT) Theme


Synth1 (CUSTOMIZED) Theme

So as you can see in the photos above, you can actually customize the look of your VST but easily adjusting a few settings within the VST itself. And I’m going to show you how to do just that!

First, what you want to do is load up your Synth1 VST in your DAW of choice. If you aren’t sure how to how to do this, please refer to my video: Synth1 VST Over 25,000+ Sound Presets!!! and skip to 6:00 minutes.


So here you can see I have my Synth1 VST open within my DAW of choice (I have chosen Fl Studio for tutorial’s sake). The next steps will be very simple:

Click the OPT button (as indicated by the ‘red circle’)>



On the popup screen, you will see the settings for the Synth1 VST. We will ONLY pay attention to the ‘red circled’ area in order to successfully customize our VST. Messing with any other settings can cause the VST to malfunction within your DAW.


  • “Color Customize” is the section we’ll be working with. Right next to it you will see
    (#RRGGBB)” which basically stands for “Red, Green, Blue”. According to a color palate, this refers to those three colors being the main ‘primary’ colors used to create various new colors when mixed together. But in order to customize our VST, we must first use what is referred to as a “color palate”. Click this link to bring up the color picker. www.colorpicker.com
  • color-picker

Many of you will recognize this from software programs like Adobe Photoshop. What this does, is it automatically generates an RGB Color Code for us to input into our Synth1 settings as we move the small circle around to get the color of our liking.



  • Referring back to the SETTINGS window on the Synth1 VST, The “Panel” checkbox is what controls the background color of the Synth1 VST. When it is checked, the background color you have customized for the VST will be shown, and when the box is unchecked, it defaults back to the default color for the Synth1 VST.  The Box right next to it is where we insert the RGB code to change the background color.
  • Below it is the “TEXT” box, which is obvious. It changes the color of the FONT or TEXT on the Synth1 VST.


Now referring back to the color picker, as an example I would like to set my Synth1 VST BACKGROUND color to BLACK. I can do this by dragging the small circle to the black region of the color palate, and simply copying the RGB code that it generates right above it (as shown below):


Now I must go back to the Synth1 Settings within my DAW, and PASTE that code (080807) AFTER the hashtag into the box. This means deleting everything AFTER the hashtag but NOT the hashtag itself. And make sure the “PANEL” box is checked so our changes are shown! (SHOWN below):


Click ‘OK’ and bada bing –> bada boom.


As you can see above, immediately the background color of the Synth1 VST has changed as I have instructed it to. Now let’s change the text! Let’s go back to our color picker and repeat the same process for our desired color for the text. Let’s say in this case, I want mines to be RED (shown below).



Once again, I’m going to COPY that code (EB220C), and PASTE it back into that box AFTER the hashtag in my settings. (Remember to click the OPT button to bring up settings).


Click ‘OK’ and bada bing –> bada boom.



So as you can see above, I have changed my Synth1 VST BACKGROUND to Black, and my Synth1 FONT/TEXT to RED. If you ever want to change these colors, simply repeat this process by copying and pasting the correct RGB code that it generates. If you ever get your colors mixed up incorrectly, simply UNCHECK both the “PANEL” box and the “TEXT” box and click OK. Then start the process over again.


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A Treat to all Music Producers: 25,000+ sound presets for Synth1 VST

A Treat to all Music Producers: 25,000+ sound presets for Synth1 VST

25,000+ sound presets for Synth1 VST



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Hello fellow producers!!

Here is the Synth1 VST! But before I share the download, I want to first give thanks to everyone who viewed my most successful video on my Youtube channel titled,  “FREE VST/VSTI/SAMPLE COLLECTION + FL STUDIO TRICK!!”

It has been almost 4 years since uploading that video and it has amassed over 50,000 views. I couldn’t thankyou guys enough as I had no idea it would reach that many viewers, maybe a few thousand at MOST.

As a token of my gratitude I wanted to give back to my subscribers/viewers by providing you all with a treat. Here is a pack of 25,000+ sound presets for the Synth1 VST. No really, the pack literally includes over 25,000+ sounds…

Many of you have probably found this post from my Youtube channel, others from search engines. Either way, I hope you enjoy this wonderful virtual instrument as Synth1 has proven to be one of the top Vsti’s of all time, as seen highly rated across the net amongst the VSTworld.


Synth 1 is a japanese vst created by a Japanese sound engineer named “Ichoro Tada”.  You can download the free vst here.

synth1 (1)

I’m assuming that you are already a music producer who has installed vsts in the past and you know how to drag VST’s to your computers plugin directory. If not, view my tutorial video here. After downloading, make sure you have dragged the .dll file to your vstplugins database.

The 25,000 presets file can be downloaded @ the link below:
EDIT: I apologize for those who have tried to download the file recently and was met with an error. This file has been receiving a tremendous amount of downloads and apparently, Google Drive can only handle so much traffic on one link for so long. So I have updated a new one! Link should be good for another year. 



nbsk/25%2C000+Synth1+Presets.rarOnce downloaded, go back to my tutorial video if you prefer a visual “how to” for installing the soundpacks. Otherwise, view my instruction photo below.


Once finished, you should be able to successfully load Synth1 in any DAW of your choice with all 25,000+ sound presets pre-installed. Make sure to click the 
“initial sound” button and then click the “+” sign next to “external (.zip)” to open up your soundbanks. 

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