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: 537

Yamaha SY35 Voice Editor

SY35 Voice Editor – Standalone and VST Voice Editor for Yamaha SY35 and SY22 series synthesizers

 

 

· IMPORTANT

SY35 Voice Editor only works with the Voice Mode of the synth, not with Multi Mode.

Features:

· Librarian
Load and save individual voices in .syx format.

Load and save voice soundbanks in .syx format.

Receive voices from the synth.

Send voices to the synth.

Drag&Drop patches between banks.

· Total Recall

SY35 Voice Editor lets you edit all voice parameters (even those hidden and not editable from the synth!!) 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 SY35 Voice Editor.

· Graphic vector editing page.

Editing the vector path data of a voice has never been easier thanks to SY35 Voice Editor. Visualize Level and Detune paths in different ways, record paths with the mouse, invert, rotate, flip paths…

· Parameter Locking

Lock any section of the synthesizer sound engine. For instance, lock Element A Envelope and Element B Carrier section. When loading or receiving a new patch, the locked sections will not change. Do you like the Level vector path of a voice, or Element B Carrier section? Lock them and test any patch with those settings.

· Patch Randomizer

SY35 Voice Editor provides a Patch Randomizer similar to the one present on the synth. It can be used in conjunction with Parameter Locking section to select which groups of parameters will be randomized.

· Copy&Paste

SY35 Voice Editor let’s you copy&paste Elements and Envelopes.

· Instructions

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

·Download

DOWNLOAD (Windows only)

Downloads: 150

GrooveBox Editor for Roland MC-505, MC-307, JX-305 and D2

GrooveBox Editor Beta– Standalone and VST Editor for Roland MC-505, Roland MC-307, Roland JX-305 and Roland D2 series synthesizers

Multitimbral Midi Editor for Roland MC-505, MC-307, JX-305 and D2 Groove synthesizers. Complete control of all your synthesizer (8 Patch parts, Rhythm part, Effects, Part Common and System settings) from a single instance.

Beta release, 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

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

· Current Patch data (consisting of latest status of 7 Patches and 1 Rhythm Set).

· Current Part settings data (consisting of setup parameters of 8 Parts).

· Current Part Common settings data (consisting of effect parameters).

· Current System settings data (consisting of System Common settings and Scale Tune settings of 8 Parts).

Finally, GrooveBox Editor can backup and transfer Pattern and Patch data when a Bulk Dump is performed on the synthesizer, and save the data to file in .syx format.

· DAW Automation

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

· Total Recall

GrooveBox Editor lets you edit all the Patch, Rhythm, Part and System parameters (up to 7675 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 GrooveBox 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

GrooveBox 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.

·Download

Beta 2 version is available.

Fixes (16/12/2017):

Parameter EFX Delay Send Level was missing
Parameter EFX Reverb Send Level was missing
Parameter FMX Color didn’t send it’s value
Parameter FMX Depth didn’t send it’s value
Parameter Tone 3 Pitch Envelope Depth didn’t send it’s value
Skin Saturn fixed (was missing a color, resulting in broken GUI or crashes when this skin was selected at startup)
Modulation destinations are now correctly displaying their names
Sending Part Info Data (pressing Send Data button) as a whole was causing problems (initializing patches), so now this data is sent in a different way.
Added missing CC tab to Drum part

 

Download Link (Windows only)

Downloads: 464

SnowED

SnowED – Standalone, VST & AU Editor for Virus TI Snow

Multitimbral Midi Editor for the Virus TI Snow. Finally it’s possible to control the four parts available in Sequencer Mode simultaneously.

Non Snow users: You can use SnowED with other TI series models, but limited to the first 4 parts in Sequencer Mode.

 

Features:

· Librarian
Load and save individual patches in .syx and .mid format.
Load and save soundbanks in .syx and .mid format.
Load patches from ROM and RAM banks.
Write patches in RAM banks and external banks.
Create new soundbanks.
Drag&Drop patches between banks.
*Not compatible with patches from Virus A, B and C.

· DAW Automation

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

· Total Recall

SnowED lets you edit all parameters of the Patch assigned to each Part 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 SnowED.

· Section Locking

Lock any section of the Virus sound engine. For instance, lock Oscillator 1 and Amplitude Envelope. When loading or receiving a new patch, the locked sections will not change. Do you like the effect settings of a patch, or the arpeggiator pattern? Lock them and test any patch with those settings. Forget about random generators.

· Instructions

The zip file contains both stand-alone and VST plugin version (AU plugin for OSX also), as well as a short manual.

· What’s new

1.0.2: Added a Dump Delay parameter that allows to select the time between patch request messages when selecting a bank. If you get message “No communication with Virus TI”, try increasing the delay time.

· Download

Windows:
SnowED Version: 1.0.2
Date: Jun 19, 2016

SnowED for Windows   Downloads: 474

OSX:
SnowED Version: 1.0.2
Date: Jun 19, 2016

SnowED for OSX   Downloads: 295

 

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.

Enjoy!

 

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

 

CONFIGURING YOUR ESQ1

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.

* IMPORTANT TIP *

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.

 

READ THIS STUFF – IMPORTANT NOTES ; )

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.

 

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