looking at this great XP-30 panel. this is really good.
question for dasfaker:
will it work for the JV-1080? if not, what needs to be
changed with the sysex?
i see it uses ‘..k0,k1..’ in the address. could you explain
how this works? – broadly.. i imagine one of the methods
interprets the parameter and combines somehow with the
sysex message entry, way over my head, for the lua, i understand
roland’s sysex address summing – more interested in how k0,k1
bytes are built and fetched by the lua.
i have a JV-1080 (for the time being) and would really
like to try this out with it.
very nice styling for the UI. why not have a JV version ?
i’ve made a midi mapping for novation remote, making it
really simple and quick to edit, but there are necessary
i’m sure you can appreciate the issues i face if i want
to do a multitimbral editor for the Roland D-110 …
i even found an editor for the D-20 in these pages, had
not thought to look. some significant differences, even
though the sysex is the same, more or less.
question: i see it is a demo. does this mean you have
a commercial release of these somewhere?
(maybe simple for you, but i have yet to learn how to
make a midi send/retrieve system, and i think i’m just
going to go for the simplest version i can, and fetch
only one preset at a time, so the user can see what
they are editing. nb: i am confused by the D-50 editor,
as i suspect that it is fetching updates all the time,
but maybe that’s a wrong assumption?)