Behringer Model D patch saver

Patch saver for the Behringer Model D

v2.0 2018-12-01

This panel is only a patch loader/saver on computer as the Behringer Model D does not support the load/save of programs or the manipulation of program parameters by Midi NRPN/CC messages.


  • Behringer Model D patch saver/loader for PC and Mac
  • Interface with same look as actual synthesizer
  • Top row of support “screens” with old look
  • Visual feedback by using “LED” ring buttons and indication of the parameter value
  • Envelopes graphs handled by mouse or classical ADS rotary encoder and Decay switch
  • Load / Save programs from individual .syx files
  • Easy program renaming
  • Display and export of program parameters as text file
  • Ability to describe 9 input/output patch cables with different sources/destinations
  • Programs have a name and description and can be associated to a category
  • Browser of the files on the disk
  • v2.0 Added patch sheet tab with patch sheet for Model D and other gear
  • v2.0 Added patch cables (9 colors)
  • v2.0 Added author and save date
  • v2.0 Added external synths
  • v2.0 Better contrasted red and white buttons
  • v2.0 Added display of current precise parameter value when clicking on rotary encoders

The manual can be downloaded at:!AnIPPW8TKmC9nX9EnWXixtKtfwyn

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Yamaha Reface DX, CS, CP, and YC

Yamaha Reface DX, CS, CP, and YC editor/librarian panels



  •  Edit Voice and System parameters
  •  Save *.syx to disk
  •  Load *.syx from disk
  •  Send SysEx bulk of all parameters to MIDI from Panel
  •  Receive SysEx bulk of all parameters from MIDI to Panel
  • Randomizer (Reface DX and CS)
  • Send (CC or SysEx) and receive (CC) parameter changes for most parameters






Hughes & Kettner – GrandMeister Desktop Remote

An editor for the Hughes & Kettner GrandMeister 36 and GrandMeister Deluxe 40 guitar amps.

Here is a new version for this editor (v2.5.2) with full support for GrandMeister Deluxe 40.

Once started the Editor will try to connect to the Amp (don’t forget to setup the “Input” / “Device” and “Output” / “Device” in the “Midi” menu). Once connected it will synchronize with the Amp by downloading all the presets from it.

There is a “Library” / “Amp” toggle button in the “Preset” section allowing to switch between editing the current Amp preset or the current Library preset. When in “Library” mode, the presets stored in the amp are not modified, unless you use the “Store” or “Store As” button.

The “Compare” section allows you to visualize and ear the differences between the current preset before and after your modifications. When flipping the toggle button, any modified command will turn orange and switch between the original and modified value. If you want to cancel your changes, simply hit the “Restore Orig.” button.

In the “Settings” screen, you can use the “Power Soak” toggle to switch between “Global” (Power Soak value is kept the same on every preset) or “Preset” (each preset has it’s own Power Soak value) mode. The “Global” mode is only available in “Library” mode.

The application is now capable of loading files generated with H&K’s iPad application. Simply select a .gm36memory file from the “Load” screen, it will be automatically converted and saved in a .gm36 file. You can also export your libraries into iPad compatible .gm36memory files with the “Save for iPad” button. Support for reading files exported from the Android application has also been added.

The Library Editor screen allows you to rearrange presets within you library files. Use shift + arrow keys to select multiple presets ; move presets using the dedicated up and down buttons ; and copy/paste patches using shift + c / shit + v shortcuts. Once you’re done, go back to the main screen and save your library or send it to the amp. You can also open an external file and use it’s content as a source for copy/paste operations.

Download Windows Application (2.5.2) – Downloads: 4,988

Download Mac Application (2.5.2) – Downloads: 1,989

Library Editor screen :



History :

– Version 2.5.2 : Fixed library file restore on startup.

– Version 2.5.1 : Fixed power soak setting backup on GM40. Fixed FSM 432 MKIII synchronization on GM40. Fixed errors on Library Editor when moving presets outside of 0-128 range.

– Version 2.5 : Fixed support for GrandMeister Deluxe 40 amp. Added bank number display.

– Version 2.4 : Added Library Editor + experimental support for GrandMeister Deluxe 40. Added support for Android App file import.

– Version 2.3 : Fixed delay time and tempo displayed values to align with iPad app. Fixed “callback” errors. Fixed synchronization between app and FSM footswitch. Added .gm36memory file support. Added Global Power Soak setting.

– Version 2.2.1 : Fixed delay / reverb / modulation state and global mute management. Fixed boost button image in compare mode.

– Version 2.2 : Fixed progress bar bugs. Added upload error recovery. Added compare mode. Added settings window. Added help window. Added connection detection procedure on connected/synced led click. Added update check.

– Version 2.1.1 : Fixed bug of Modulation Type rotary not updating. Fixed bug of fx loop / boost / noise gate not correctly synced with amp

– Version 2.1 : Updated design thanks to image resources kindly provided by Hughes & Kettner. Fixed Midi Out channel detection for “Store” and “Store As” buttons.

– Version 2.0.1 : Fixed “Restore” and “Send to amp” bug. Fixed bug with boost checkbox changing the modulation intensity. Fixed “Store” and “Store As” bug when not using Channel 1.

– Version 2.0 : Added Backup/Restore and preset management feature

– Version 1.1 : Added preset naming support

– Version 1.0 : First version with only live edit mode

Vintage Revolution PedalPro Ex MIDI (v0.1)

This is a Panel for the Vintage Revolution PedalPro Ex edition – a analogue guitar effects processor. All the implemented MIDI controllers are now available on one screen.

This was made by Jacob Korn based on the PedalPro v0.1 Panel by Marc Jacobi. Thank you.

If you do not have the Extension in the PedalPro installed – making it a PedalPro Ex, you should use the normal panel.


DSI Pro 2 editor and librarian

Editor and librarian for the DSI Pro 2 synth

v1.4 2018-01-01


  • Pro2 interface with similar look as actual synthesizer
  • Parameters grouped in different tabs
  • Information about the meaning of each parameter (extract from the manual), its current value and its saved value of the loaded program by simple click and without modifying the value
  • Bi-directional behavior: modifying a parameter on the panel modifies it on the synth; modifying a parameter on the synth switches automatically (optional) to the corresponding tab and displays on the computer the parameter information, the current value and the saved value
  • Visual feedback by using “LED” ring buttons and secondary screens
  • Envelopes graphs handled by mouse or classical DADSR rotary buttons
  • All parameters and wave shapes display (no PW) for the four oscillators at once
  • Oscillators On/Off buttons
  • All parameters and routing display for the two filters at once
  • Filter 2 N/BP switch replaced by rotary button
  • Delays On/Off buttons
  • Load / Save programs from banks and from individual .syx files
  • Easy program renaming
  • Bank management: 2 Disk, 4 Factory and 4 User banks
  • Progress bar when receiving/sending bank
  • Program management
  • Programs info (listing/exporting current values, saved values, current and saved values,
    differences only, full comparison of two programs, differences between two programs)
  • Program compare (saved versus current values)
  • Load and edition of Pro2 Global parameters
  • Different extra switches: Bank AutoSave, Proceed confirmation for program actions, Tab switch…
  • Program and Global parameters adapted according to Pro2 OS
  • Pro2 sysex implementation documentation
  • v1.4 Check connection to Pro2 with Device Inquiry (Pro2 OS 1.3)
  • v1.4 Envelopes DADSR values displayed
  • v1.4 Inverted envelopes when Env. Amount is negative
  • v1.4 Enable/Disable LFO Frequency based on LFO Sync
  • v1.4 Added Key Assign and Pitch Wheel ranges
  • v1.4 Programs info showing Modulation sources and destinations
  • v1.4 Better user interaction when loading Basic Program
  • v1.4 Some minor corrections in the display of help text and values.


Due to issues of upload in Ctrlr web site I’m using a One Drive public access. A personal web site is in preparation.!AnIPPW8TKmC9lHzDNe3AhNCiMjyK

The download file is a compressed file including the panel, a manual / instructions on how to install Ctrlr, this panel and how to use it. It also contains the four factory banks and a few single programs as sysex files. Please read and follow the instructions in the manual 🙂


  • 2018-01-01: v1.4 Envelopes DADSR values displayed. Inverted envelopes when Env. Amount is negative. Added Key Assign and Pitch Wheel ranges. Some corrections. Manual updated.
  • 2017-03-20: v1.00 First non beta version. Compare button added. Programs info tab added. Manual updated.
  • 2016-09-19: v0.27 Adaptation of some Lua code that was not working for MAC. PC users do not need to download this version.
  • 2016-09-01: v0.26 Corrections based on users feedback. Glide Mode added.
  • 2016-08-29: v0.25 First public beta version.

Thanks for downloading and for posting your comments on this page or on the forums!

Peavey Spectrum Synth Editor

A panel for the Peavey Spectrum Synth, a 1U multi-timbral rack unit.

This panel uses Sysex commands to control the synthesizer parameters on Spectrum Synths running version 1.2.4 firmware. All patch parameters are accessible, however existing values are presently not displayed in the panel.

You can easily select presets via the Preset Menu, save any changes via the Save button and start presets from scratch via the Initalise button.

This panel was created and functions in Ctrlr version 1590.


Download Peavey Spectrum Synth Ctrlr bpanelz

Download Peavey Spectrum Synth Editor App Mac OSX



Ensoniq ESQ1 One-Way Editor

Ensoniq ESQ1 One-Way Editor
Beta Version 1.1
[c] JaseFOS 2015


This release is intended as a ‘One-Way’ editor for the Ensoniq ESQ1.

Although this Panel can’t grab patches from the synth memories, what it does let you do is very useful – you may create custom sounds for the synth and enjoy full recall from DAW project files to store the patch, rather, than maintaining separate memories on the synth (which only has 40 locations available for storing your own sounds) which are awkward to manage and back up. All parameters may be automated from your DAW.

This is an early work in progress so please read the limitations below and keep those in mind during use.



p.s. explore the Snapshots for a new sound library I’m developing with successive updates!



On the front panel of the ESQ1:
1) Press [MIDI] to access the MIDI settings;
2) Set the PRESS parameter to CHAN (not essential but recommended when playing the built in Snapshots);
3) Set MODE = POLY;
4) Important setting – ENABLE = KEYS+CT+PC+SS+SX (this enables external NRPN control);
5) Nominate an unused MIDI Channel on your MIDI port and set the CHAN setting to match.


The setting at step 4 is not preserved after ESQ1 is switched off so you’ll need to make this setting each time you turn it on your ESQ1.



a) Don’t turn the knobs too fast – ESQ1 will crash and reboot!

USE YOUR MOUSE WHEEL to tweak the parameters since most mice wheels are stepped so it’s easy to control the ‘flow rate’ of change to the control so to speak. I need to come up with a scheme to remove redundant NRPN MIDI CC messages which select the parameter to be tweaked on the synth. I have some thoughts about how to do this with Lua script which will be implemented soon.

If you accidentally crash the ESQ1, patch settings are preserved in the CTRLR Panel (although you will need to re-do the setting made described in Step 4 earlier). Just send a Snapshot of the CTRLR Panel settings back to the synth and you’re back where you left off. This behaviour is top of my list to solve!

b) Commence sessions by sending Snapshots

Before you commence, send a Snapshot to the ESQ1 using CTRLR’s menu bar so that all settings in the synth match the Panel. Don’t forget to make Snapshots of your own as well of course!

c) Snapshots take a while to send.

It takes about 29 seconds actually. I had to decrease the rate at which Snapshots are sent to avoid overloading the poor little CPU in the ESQ1. Once I’m Lua script skilled, I’ll implement a quick SysEx dump function instead.

d) Many features to come including:

* Patch name LCD that writes to the synth display;
* SysEx patch dumping to the synth;
* SysEx patch dumping from the synth;
* Patch Randomiser;
* Graphic representation of Envelope slopes superimposed on each other (great for staging Envelope times);
* Graphic LFO representation similar to the Envelopes.



Korg 707 Panel





Korg 707 Editor Panel (version 20150115)


  • edit Single Voice parameters
  • get Single Voice SysEx dump from MIDI
  • put Single Voice SysEx dump to MIDI
  • load Single Voice SysEx dump from disk
  • save Single Voice SysEx dump to disk
  • initialize current voice to start a new voice from scratch

Please report any issues

history since 20150104:

  • several bugfixes (reported by Justin Evans)
  • imports Single Voice SysEx file from Korg DS-8
  • Inititial voice: Octave range=Middle
  • Midi channel can be changed (20150111)
  • PUT and SAVE broken in 20150111 – fixed (20150114)
  • PB range 0, 0.5, 1-12 differs from DS-8 (20150114)
  • Unison detune and Unison trigger mode disabled in Poly assign mode (20150114)
  • Automatic remote switching between Voice Edit mode and Program mode (20150114)

Korg DS-8 Panel





Editor panel for Korg DS-8 (version 20150223b)


  • editing of single voice parameters
  • get sysex dump of current voice
  • put sysex dump of current voice
  • save current voice as .syx file
  • load current voice from .syx file
  • initialize current voice to create new voice from scratch


Please report any issues


history since 20150104:

  • several fixes (bugs reported by Justin Evans) (20150107)
  • imports Single Voice SysEx files from Korg 707
  • Midi channel can be changed. (20150111)
  • greatly improved Multi FX editor (20150112)
  • FX Delay Time and other parameters displayed with real values using Fixed Sliders (20150114)
  • Automatic remore switching between Program and Voice Edit modes (20150114)
  • Bank manager (work-in-progress. Put and Get doesn’t work yet.)  (20150223b)


Mopho Desktop Panel

A GUI for the Mopho Desktop

Ctrlr minimum version : 5.3.82


-update15/06/15:Possible to get any program (memory) from device : push “prg”
-update02/06/15: EDIT: it seems that the grrr vst0 issue …solved for dump only
Get & Send Edit Buffer done Should work as espected now(thanks to Atom’s ctrlr ultils)
note: if you send a patch to the mopho ,be sure you have a prog name on the panel, if not ,then write one before send patch AND don’t forget to do “saveCtrlr state” to keep the prog there next time the panel will be openened (for standalone). for vst the prog name is saved with the DAW preset file .
need to clean drag methods now and add some buttons to init and random sequencers
-update02/06/15:improved drag method for customcomps (not finished but working for most useful components)
“get edit buffer” is done (but not getting the prog name currently ,it’s few i will do )
please tell me if it works, then i could try to correct
prog name re – corrected ,the first was good
-update08/04/15:LookAndFeel() for all knobs(except lfo speed),different mouse sensitivities are set.
-update07/04/15:various,LookAndFeel() only for filter knobs.
-update23/03/15:prog name fixed(nb nrpn wrong)
-update22/03/15: GUI script rebuilt (25%less),removed all combos excepted modulations,possible to write a prog name (if you’re in standalone do “save ctrlr state”or if you’re in a daw save the daw preset to keep the name at startup),graphics finished
-update06/01/15: fixed lfo freq drag method
-update05/01/15: improved methods
-update05/01/15: fixes, script stuff , doubleclick enabled(default value) for bi-polar modulators
-update04/01/15: updated graphics
-update02/01/15: updated graphics, now panel displays bank and prog number of Ctrlr
-update02/01/15: click for Key Assign Mode and Glide Mode done, ported background
method to canvas and removed a layer
-update01/01/15: various updates,click for Key Assign Mode and Glide Mode not done
-update30/12/14: improved drag method : less midi messages and painting
-update28/12/14: updated graphics ,started to compact scripts
-update26/12/14: lfo shapes max values fixed,envelope(seq mode) drag fixed,updated graphics
-update25/12/14: envelope controls in seq mode done , various updates
-update24/12/14: knob effects done ,combo&button slight emboss ,started to “move” visibleNames need to finish and compact the script using existing visibleNames
-update23/12/14: max values set at startup

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