Thank you dreamer! To answer your questions, I'll use one of my primary skills: making short stories long.
For the last 30+ years, I've been an aerospace robotics engineer specializing in software design and basic electronic design. Before that, I lived the life of a pro rock musician... guitars, keys, and synths. Where this is going is I'm now 67 years young and am trying to retire from my tech work and get back into my love of music. After all this time, that's harder than I would have expected. I find myself having more fun building these things than actually using them!
As to patches, I'm new to this and still wandering through the factory and community samples just to get a feel for what can be done. But as a C and assembly programmer, this all looks like way too much fun. It just takes time and focus.
As to an audio sample, I stumbled across a patch by Mr. Matthew Tyas (mtyas) that has a stunning chime-like sound that should work well in conjunction with a standard synth tone to sound like a music box. The melody will be panned through the stereo field on a note by note basis using a hardware sequencer with a delayed copy of the notes also panned differently by another sequencer. This plays out through the ending of an older song I want to remix... someday. If I can get happy with just the 'panned music box sequence', I'll post it. I'm also so new here I don't really know where to post such a thing!