Lucky 7

Free Taster of the Science


A selection of patches found in Lightfinger’s Patches Volume 1, Future Frontiers & Evolution Pack for the Novation Circuit.

Developer: Lightfinger
Compatibility: N/A
OS: Mac & Windows
Min. Requirements: Novation Circuit Firmware 1.6+


1. Monolith – from Lightfinger’s Circuit Patches Volume 1

2. Magic Arp – from Lightfinger’s Circuit Patches Volume 1

3. Analove – from Lightfinger’s Circuit Future Frontiers

4. Dragon Stab – from Lightfinger’s Circuit Future Frontiers

5. GAS Pad – from Lightfinger’s Circuit Evolution Pack

6. Crunch Love – from Lightfinger’s Circuit Evolution Pack

7. New Science – Lucky 7 Exclusive Bonus

Patches Volume 1 – 41 dynamic patches with a wide variety of pads, basses, leads, keys and SFX that are suitable for many genres. Also included is the Future Retro Sample Set Collection, 5 Sample Sets for the Novation Circuit with over 250 dynamic samples featuring Hi-Tech Hits, Sci-Fi Stingers, FX Stabs, Electronic Percussion and Tonal Elements.

Future Frontiers – 46 patches for Circuit with a varied collection of Basses, Leads, Arpeggios, Pads, Keyboards, and SFX. Also includes the Future Retro Sample Set Collection, 5 custom sample Sets for Circuit.

Evolution Pack – 64 Patches, 16 Sessions and two new sample sets. Explore new grooves with 16 fresh new Sessions and get hard with the Distructo Sample Set.

Know Your Knobs! These patches, with a few exceptions, have practical, standardized macros with the most important parameters always assigned to the same knobs. There are also three ‘Mystery Knobs’ that are unique to each patch.

Installation: These patches can be loaded using either Components or the Isotonik Editor. Available for purchase at

Bonus: Also included are ready-to-print Patch, Sample Set & Session Save Sheets, charts for MIDI CCs, a chart for Notes/Scales, and a handy Settings Quick Start Guide. Respect and gratitude for all of the Circuiteers who have shared their work! Science Is Real, Lightfinger 2-2018


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Matthew ‘Lightfinger’ Hurtgen is an electronic musician who has been in love with music and technology for over 30 years. After studying sound engineering in college, he has gone on to work on many different audio projects; audio production, sound design, music supervision, DJing, remixing and live performance. He was a member of the band Silence Repellent, resident DJ at The Womb on Miami Beach (, and has created ambient soundscapes for the Ultra Music Festival. He now lives in Los Angeles, California. He has worked for Novation as a tech support specialist for over five years. He also does graphic design, sculpture and whatever else he feels inspired to do! All of Lightfinger’s patch collections have a wide variety of pads, basses, leads, keys and SFX that are suitable for most electronic genres. The patches have also been designed with a helpful, standardized layout for the Macro Settings. Filter Cutoff, Filter Resonance, Amp Release, Chorus and Distortion are always set to the same knobs so you know what they will do before you tweak them. Macros 5, 6 & 7 are ‘mystery macros’ that are programmed specifically for each patch and are carefully designed to create dynamic and interesting changes to the sound.

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  1. Use either Components standalone or Components browser version.
  2. Unzip the Coffee & Beats Volume 2 file and look for the COMPONENTS folder.
  3. Inside that folder you will find the FULL PACK file which contains SESSIONS SAMPLES PATCHES. Remember that this will overwrite any existing sessions, samples and patches you have on the Circuit so be sure to back up.
  4. Go to Components and click OPEN PACK and locate the FULL PACK file.
  5. If you just want the patches OR the samples OR the sessions look up the components file named sessions, samples or patches.
  6. Use Components to load the data you want. You do this under CHANGE CONTENT for sessions/patches/samples respectively and choose UPLOAD function.
  7. If you are unsure how you can use this Bobeats Tutorial. Note that it is for an older version of Components but most things are correct still: CLICK HERE



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