Public Broadcast


Melted analog sounds for TAL-Pha

Public Broadcast is a trip back in time to the heyday of analog synthesisers, featuring 88 patches for TAL-Pha that celebrate the nostalgic electronic sounds of the late 1970s and early 1980s.

For this soundset I found inspiration in vintage library music, VHS idents, and synth-heavy television scores, and followed this thread to the present day via artists such as Boards of Canada, Pye Corner Audio and HOME.

Inside you will find plenty of melted, detuned and dusty sounds that are ideal for revivalist genres such as hauntology, synthwave and lo-fi electronica. Most patches have parameters mapped to modwheel and aftertouch for expressive performances.

Soundbank contents

  • 14 bass patches
  • 4 bell patches
  • 9 brass patches
  • 1 chord patch
  • 17 key patches
  • 16 lead patches
  • 9 pad patches
  • 4 pluck patches
  • 2 sound effect patches
  • 3 string patches
  • 6 general synth patches
  • PDF User Guide


TAL-Pha is required to use this soundset.


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Patch demo

This video showcases all patches from the soundset

Demo tracks

Demos by Killstarr, Plastic Horizon, Paul Darbot, Russell Nash and Binary Oblivion. All sounds are from Public Broadcast with the exception of percussion and vocals.