JV-XP Editor for Roland JV1080, JV2080, JV1010, XP30, XP50, XP60 and XP80 series synthesizers

JV-XP Editor for Roland JV1080, JV2080, JV1010, XP30, XP50, XP60 and XP80 series synthesizers

JV-XP Editor – Standalone and VST Editor for Roland JV1080, JV2080, JV1010, XP30, XP50, XP60 and XP80 series synthesizers

Multitimbral Midi Editor for Roland JV1080, JV2080, JV1010, XP30, XP50, XP60 and XP80 synthesizers. Complete control of all your synthesizer in Patch Mode or Performance Mode (15 Patch parts, Rhythm part, Effects, Part Common, Performance Common, Scale Tune and several System settings) from a single instance.

Any feedback will be welcome. 



Load and save patches and rhythms from the synth's banks and from files in .syx format, and create new soundbanks with drag&drop of patches between banks.

Data Storage

Save the synth status (all data from Patch Mode, Performance Mode and Scale Tune) in a single .syx file.

DAW Automation

Every parameter of the sound engine of every part is ready to be automated using the hosted version.

Total Recall

JV-XP Editor lets you edit all the Patch, Performance, Rhythm, Part and several System parameters (up to 13657 parameters!) and save the latest edit status within the application. This means that you can easily recall the latest status of the previous edit simply by opening JV-XP Editor.

Parameter Locking

Lock any section of the synthesizer sound engine. For instance, lock Tone 1 Wave section and Amplitude Envelope. When loading or receiving a new patch, the locked sections will not change. Do you like the effect settings of a Part, or the filter section? Lock them and test any patch with those settings.

Patch Randomizer

JV-XP Editor provides a Patch Randomizer with several functions to control the process. It can be used together with Parameter Locking section to select which groups of parameters will be randomized.

…and many more features like the Joystick Modulator (choose up to four parameters from any part and modulate them in a vectorial style), copy & paste Tones and Patches, multi-tone editing, scalable GUI, quick access buttons to change the effects source of a Performance, 11 skins to choose…


The zip file contains both stand-alone and VST plugin version for 32 and 64 bit Windows systems, as well as a short manual.


Fixes  v1.0.10 (9/11/2018)

  • Fixed a bug when that, when selecting a value bigger than 174 for parameter “Wave Select”, the output was always the default wave 001 AC Piano1 A.
  •  Changed the way “STATUS” works. Previously, an Identity Request Message was used, but it was only recognized by a few members of the JV-XP family. Now a new Parameter Request is used to be compatible with all models. To know if the synth is ONLINE, you have to click over STATUS (it’s not auto-updated as before).
  • Added a menu to change the UI zoom scale.

Fixes  v1.0.9 (16/04/2018)

  • Fixed a bug causing the wave of the selected Tone from the selected Patch not being loaded properly.

Fixes  v1.0.8 (01/04/2018)

  • Patch copy was broken.
  • Added missing “Load Patch” and “Save Patch As” options in Part buttons.

Fixes  v1.0.7 (24/03/2018)

  • Fixed a issue that could produce data loss when switching between Performance mode and Patch mode if the Part selected was other than Part 1.

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55 thoughts on “JV-XP Editor for Roland JV1080, JV2080, JV1010, XP30, XP50, XP60 and XP80 series synthesizers”

  1. OK, here’s another strange issue.

    If I select Performance Mode and hit ‘Get Data’ the Editor begins transferring all the current parameters for the Performance currently selected on the JV2080, minus EFX B and EFX C as stated above.

    If I select Patch Mode the JV2080 switches into Patch Mode. I then hit ‘Get Data’, and nothing happens, well there’s a slight pause, the Midi Message LED on the JV2080 flashes once but nothing else happens, the Patch Parameters aren’t transferred into the Editor.

    Am I doing something stupid again?

  2. Hi spiffo.

    The first part is probably a bug, I’ll look into it.

    “Get data” is used to get the whole data structure, not just a single patch (anyway I’ll take a look a this too, as even the Patch in Single Mode should be recalled). If you want to get a single patch/part, press “GET” button next to the Panorama knob of each part, on the left side of the editor.

  3. OK, yep, the ‘GET’ Button next to the Panorama Knob transfers the Patch Data into the Editor!

    That leads to another issue. I have a Patch with 3 Tones in it, everything seems to have been transferred OK except that Tone 1 Wave Group has been changed in the Transfer.

    In the JV2080, Tone 1 is ‘Wave Group XP-C’ – ‘Wave Number 88’ but after I hit the ‘GET’ Button for some reason Tone 1 gets altered in the JV2080 and the Editor.

    ‘Wave Group XP-C’ gets swapped to ‘Internal B’

    Sorry if I seem like a serial moaner 🙁

  4. Which version are you using? This was a bug until version 1.09, but it could be not fixed as I thought.

    No problem at all finding bugs dude, it’s something I have no time to do for myself right now, so it is welcome, thank you!!

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