Africa by Toto (by narfsounds)

For his first steps with GP5, the talented YouTuber Narfsounds offers us a first-rate tutorial on Toto’s famous song: Africa.

Narfsounds, we’d love you to join our community and would be delighted if you could share your .gig file with us.


He is a very great Keyboarder and knows what to do :slight_smile:

Great stuff as always on his channel!!

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His business is selling his narf patches. Not quite sure why he would just share his work for free.

Part of my business is also selling my work, which doesn’t prevent me from giving it away for free at other times in my life. And we’re just talking about a .gig file here, not sound banks… :innocent: :innocent: :innocent:

Let’s wait, perhaps he will share a sound with us!

…which stores the state of all all plugins and so has the particular sounds for songs in the gig.

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Hhmmm – Arturia? :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

I would love if all the Narf sound presets were ported over to V Collection or other widely used softsynths. (Not expecting free).

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Yes, I would want exactly the same thing.

I already had some Narfsounds for my Korg Kronos and was always happy with them.

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Thanks for sharing, I wanted to share this video tomorrow morning :slight_smile:

A special section for Gig Performer →

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Thank you so much for your kind words about my demo! It’s encouraging to hear that you enjoyed it. As a sound developer, I invest a lot of time and effort into creating high-quality cover sounds, and I truly appreciate the positive feedback.

While I can’t share the gig file for free, I’m happy to support the community and contribute in other ways. I’m new to the platform and I’m looking forward to creating more sounds in the next few months.


Thank you! Yes! That’s the mission in the coming months. I got the Astrolab and V-Collection initially with the intention of developing sounds for Analog Lab and the new keyboard. Unfortunately, the Analog Lab platform struggles even with just basic splits and layers and isn’t capable of the more advanced keyboard setups that I’m used to. I just got introduced to Gig Performer Friday night and I downloaded the software on Saturday morning and shot the video yesterday. I’m blown away with the possibilities and looking forward to making the most out of this platform and developing sounds in the next two to three months.


Understood. This community forum is all about sharing and contributing, so we’re especially looking forward to what you have to share with us. We look forward to your active participation in the life of this forum. Welcome to the GP community forum. :wink: