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. 

Features:

· Librarian
Load and save individual patches and rhythm patches in .syx format.

Load and save patch and rhythm soundbanks in .syx format.

Load patches from Preset, User and Card banks.

Write patches in User, Card and external banks.

Create new Patch and Rhythm soundbanks.

Drag&Drop patches between banks.

· Data storage

JV-XP Editor let’s you create the following data and save them as a single file (extension .syx)

· Current data in the Patch Mode (latest status of the edited Patch)

· Current data in the Performance Mode (consisting of Performance setup and latest status
of 16 Patches, including one Rhythm part).

· Current data in the System Mode related to the Scale Tune of 16 Performance Parts and
Patch Mode

· DAW Automation

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

· 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 in conjunction with Parameter Locking section to select which groups of parameters will be randomized.

· Joystick Modulator

Choose up to four parameters from any part and modulate them in a vectorial style.

· Instructions

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  v1.0.8 (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.

 

·Download

Download Link (Windows only)

Downloads: 334

Novation Circuit “MIDI EDITOR / REMOTE/ CONTROLLER”

 

 

The “Circuit Midi Editor” is a VST / Standalone – GUI for the Novation Groovebox “Circuit”.

It is perfect to integrate the Circuit into your DAW.

You can control and mixing the Sessions, change and create new sounds “on the fly”.

It provides a simple access to all important parameters.

The Plug-In allows you to set the hardware easily and automated the controller movement from the DAW, they can be stored in your Project.

It is possible as VST and Standalone for PC 32/64 Bit and Mac as VST, Standalone and AU.

 With the X-Y-Pad any controller can be selected and controlled.

You can select the sound off the “Synth 1 + Synth 2 and Drum 1-4”.

The  parameter  can be changed on the “Circuit Midi Editor”, and stored on Circuit Hardware.

“You need the Circuit System Update Version 1.5 and higher”

More Info on my Homepage: https://circuit-midi-editor.jimdo.com

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5hw7T1kl2k

 

Roland “SH-01A” Controller / Editor

The “SH-01A Midi Controller / Editor”. The controller for the  Roland Boutique Synth SH-01A.

It is possible as VST and Standalone for PC 32/64 Bit and Mac as VST, AU and Standalone.

The „SH-01A“ parameters can be automated, they can be stored in your Project.

You can safe your sound on the SH-01A Synth or as  VST Presets (..fxp) in the DAW.

The editor gives you direct access to the hidden parameters.

With the X-Y-Pad any controller can be selected and controlled.

It is possible to transfer the sound patch settings from SH-1A to the editor.

 

More Info on my Homepage: https://sh-01a-midi-editor.jimdo.com

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cq7Ij4mZtQ4

Korg MicroKorg “MIDI EDITOR / REMOTE”/ CONTROLLER

 

Hi, my KORG “MicroKorg Midi Editor” is the first VST- PlugIn Editor /Controller for the legendary Synth “MicroKorg” . It`s a Remote and Sound Editor.

 

It provides a simple access to all important parameters!

It is possible as VST and Standalone for PC 32/64 Bit and Mac as VST, AU and Standalone.

The “MicroKorg” parameters can be automated, they can be stored in your Project.
With the X-Y-Pad any controller can be selected and controlled.

You can select the sound off the“MicroKorg” (Patch Number A11-b88  ).

The hidden parameter  can be changed on the“MicroKorg Midi Editor”, an stored on MiroKorg Hardware.

More Info on my Homepage: https://micro-korg-editor.jimdo.com

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hWmA0Gf2GA

Korg MiniLogue “MIDI EDITOR / REMOTE”/ CONTROLLER

My KORG “MiniLogue Midi Editor” is a Midi Editor /Controller for the popular Synth “MiniLogue” . It`s a Remote and Sound Editor.

 

It provides a simple access to all important parameters.

 

The Plug-In allows you to set the hardware easily and automated the controller movement from the DAW, they can be stored in your Project.

It is possible as VST and Standalone for PC 32/64 Bit and Mac as VST, Standalone and AU.

 
With the X-Y-Pad any controller can be selected and controlled.

You can select the sound off the “MiniLogue” (Factory- and User -Bank  ).

 

The  parameter  can be changed on the “MiniLogue Midi Editor”, and stored on MiniLogue Hardware.

 More Info on my Homepage:    https://korg-minilogue.jimdo.com

 

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: 4,282

Download Mac Application (2.5.2) – Downloads: 1,685

Library Editor screen :

library-editor

 

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

Roland MKS-7 Editor

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I recently purchased a Roland MKS-7. Despite the fact that it is a Juno-106 and TR-707 in a box, it is not as popular as other modules. It’s simply because this is only a preset machine, you can only use the preset voices. You cannot edit the patch, nor can you save your own patches. Fortunately, MKS-7 can be programmed using Midi Sysex and get fully controlled.

I have searched the web, there is not a proper editor for this machine (well actually there is one kiwitechnics patcheditor which is a physical editor and it is expensive, or a Cubase device plugin). So, I went through the service manual and write my own editor. Thanks to Ctrlr, I made this one in only a couple of days. And now, I can edit the voice and save my own patches. This can be used as a VST plugin and all the parameters can be automated in DAW (I have tested it on Ableton and Cubase). Hope you will enjoy it.

 

MKS-7 is a multi-timbral machine with 4 midi channels and 7 voices (that’s why it is named MKS-7). Channel 1 is Melody section with 2 voices, Channel 2 is Bass section with 1 voice, Channel 3 is Chord section with 4 voices and Channel 10 is Rhythm section. Although you can change the channels of your own choice, every time you turn it off, the changes are gone.

There is a Whole Mode, which only applies to Chord section, can provide all the 6 voices at once (get the 2 extra voices from the Melody section), which essentially makes it a full fledged Juno-106.

This editor can only deal with 1 channel at a time, the Midi channel can be set in the MIDI drop down menu that comes with the Ctrlr. Simply set the output device channel to the corresponding ones on the MKS-7. Namely, channel 1 for Melody, 2 for Bass and 3 for Chord. The Whole Mode button can only operate on Chord section. Also, for Bass section only a few parameters can be changed (see the service manual for details).

You can select factory presets using the UP/Down buttons. However, the panel’s sliders or buttons will not be updated to reflect the actual parameters of the factory presets. This is because the MKS-7 is not sending any MIDI messages back to the editor (MKS-7 has no MIDI out at all). However, for USER patches, you can save the edited patch to hard disk and load it back with all the  parameters set correctly on the panel.

To setup Ctrlr VST in a DAW, you need to set the correct MIDI routing. See the following pics.

 

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DSI Pro 2 editor and librarian

Editor and librarian for the DSI Pro 2 synth

v1.4 2018-01-01

Features:

  • 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 1.2.0.2 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.

Download:

Due to issues of upload in Ctrlr web site I’m using a One Drive public access. A personal web site is in preparation. https://1drv.ms/u/s!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 🙂

History:

  • 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.

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