JV-1010 Editor

Roland JV-1010 Editor

This panel is a basic patch selector for the Roland JV-1010. 

This panel has limited editing capability.

How to run this program.

USING CTRLR

Run this program from within the Ctrlr program itself. Download a copy of 5.3.201 for Windows/Linux or 5.3.198 for MacOS. and load this program into Ctrlr. This can be done from within a DAW too, by loading this panel into the VST version of Ctrlr, which will have been preinstalled into your VST folder.

  1. Go to :: File » Open Panel

SEPARATE TO CTRLR

It is also possible to compile and run this program as a separate standalone program or VST/AU .

STANDALONE INSTANCE

  1. Open this program from within the Ctrlr program.
  2. Go to :: File » Open Panel
  3. Go to :: Panel » Panel Mode. Change the Canvas Bonds last number of four from 224 to 248※
  4. Then Go to ::  File »  Export » Export Restricted Instance.

VST/AU Component INSTANCE

  1. Open this program from within the Ctrlr VST/AU program within your DAW.
  2. Go to :: File » Open Panel
  3. Go to :: Panel » Panel Mode. Change the Canvas Bonds last number of four from 224 to 248※
  4. Then Go to ::  File »  Export » Export Restricted Instance.

※ Workaround/Bug Fix :: To build as standalone executable on Windows or export as VST, please add 24 pixels to the panel height before exporting.. (otherwise you will find the bottom 24 pixels have been truncated).

IMPORTANT!

 If after installing a new version of this program ,
there are no images visible, or previous version images are showing:
  •  MacOS ※
    — delete folder “Library/Preferences/JV-1010 Editor/ ” and restart program.
  • WINDOWS ※
    — delete folder “C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Roaming\JV-1010 Editor” and restart program.
    • cmd ⇒ @RD /S /Q “C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Roaming\JV-1010 Editor”

Thanks to user lecleto for assistance in making this panel.
For deeper editing capability  please try this panel. https://ctrlr.org/jv-patched-roland-jv-xp-patch-editor/

Changelog

  • Version 1.0 ~ 12/03/2020
    • First Release
  • Version 2.0 ~ 12/04/2020
    • Fixed wrong patch select for XPA patches over 128 in CATEGORY section
    • Streamlined bank change messages in CATEGORY Section.
  • Version 3.0 ~ 12/25/2020
    • Menu also displays by category
    • Added limited editing features
    • Can now update panel with USER patch names
  • Version 4.0 ~ 01/01/2020
    • Bug Fix: when in CAT mode moving bank dial past WAVE-EXP crashed panel.

ReDominator XML Converter

Convert ReDominator files to sysex

For Roland Juno 1 & 2 and MKS-50

Changelog

※ 0.4 05/12/2021 panel automatically truncates name to 10 characters.  Switch file load *.*|.repatch
※ 0.3 alpha 05/01/2021 -suppressed assert error message when wrong file type/size loaded
※ 0.2 alpha 12/14/2020 – fixed load file cancel crash – added rename function
※ 0.1 alpha 11/26/2020

Juno Alpha

JUNO ALPHA Editor

5/16/2021
In versions below 0.97.1 the panel crashes when user changes any TONE MODIFY button is pressed on the Juno itself. Please standby for a bug fix.

3/19/2021
In versions 0.45 and below, reloading of values from saved single files and dumps; DCO_ENV_MODE in bulk dumps was incorrect. It seems one of the dummy bytes in the 32 byte message is sometimes/always set to 01. I mistakenly presumed it would be set to 00.Please download the latest version version 0.97.1, which addresses these issues.
If there are no images visible, or previous version images are showing after installing a new version of this program:
  •  MacOS ※ — delete folder Library/Preferences/Juno Alpha/ and restart program.
  • WINDOWS ※ — delete folder C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Roaming\Juno Alpha and restart program. @RD /S /Q “C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Roaming\Juno Alpha”
  • When saving custom cc ⇒ sysex mapping to file under Linux and MacOS be sure to add extension .JUMP to end of filename.
  • Workaround/Bug Fix :: To build as standalone executable on Windows or export as VST, please add 24 pixels to the panel height before exporting.. (otherwise you will find the bottom 24 pixels have been truncated).
To create a VST or AU file:
  • Load the Ctrlr.dll (Ctrlr VST/AU) into your DAW
  • Load this panel into Ctrlr VST/AU instance.
  • Then go to File -> Export -> Export Restricted Instance. This will build a VST dll or AU (.component) file.
  • You can now load this panel independently of Ctrlr.
  • Or download pre built files from Download Juno Alpha Editor
Running as VST under Cubase
  1. In Cubase, Disable †Midi-in **Midi-out ports to the “Juno Synth”.
  2. Open Juno Alpha VST in an instrument track IN=(All Midi Inputs)
  3. Create Midi track IN=(All Midi Inputs) OUT=(“Juno Synth” Midi-in) (I record midi notes & data to this track).
  4. In the VST Ctrlr panel connect to the †Midi-in and **Midi-out ~ connected to “Juno Synth” (you disabled them in Cubase ( See step #1)).
  5. I found the only Midi-thru setting that needs to be checked was MIDI→Midi Thru→”Plugin-host->Output Device” (The 5th option down in the fold out menu)
  6. Engage Monitor on Both tracks.
Running as VST under Reaper
This is the “Juno Synth’s” audio output)
  1. Insert – Track
  2. Record Arm
  3. Monitor Input (right-click record button)
  4. Track Input:Stereo Input
(Ctrlr VST settings)
  1. Insert – Virtual Instrument on New Track – Panel
  2. Routing – MIDI Hardware Output – “Juno Synth”
  3. Ctrlr MIDI – MIDI Thru – Deselect “Input Device -> Output Device”
  4. Ctrlr MIDI – MIDI Thru – Select “Plugin Host -> Output Device”
  5. Ctrlr MIDI – “Input from host to comparator”
  6. Ctrlr MIDI – “Output to Plugin Host”
And make sure in your Preferences, Audio – MIDI Devices, you have it set so that your MIDI Device which connects to the “Juno Synth” is enabled for input, output, and control messages (right-click).

How to connect computer (panel) to Juno

HOW TO CONNECT COMPUTER TO JUNO

How to run this program.

USING CTRLR

Run this program from within the Ctrlr program itself. Download a copy of 5.3.201 for Windows/Linux or 5.3.198 for MacOS. and load this program into Ctrlr. This can be done from within a DAW too, by loading this panel into the VST version of Ctrlr, which will have been preinstalled into your VST folder.
  1. Go to :: File » Open Panel

SEPARATE TO CTRLR

It is also possible to compile and run this program as a separate standalone program or VST/AU .

STANDALONE INSTANCE
  1. Open this program from within the Ctrlr program.
  2. Go to :: File » Open Panel
  3. Go to :: Panel » Panel Mode. Change the Canvas Bonds last number of four from 630 to 654※
  4. Then Go to ::  File »  Export » Export Restricted Instance.
VST/AU Component INSTANCE
  1. Open this program from within the Ctrlr VST/AU program within your DAW.
  2. Go to :: File » Open Panel
  3. Go to :: Panel » Panel Mode. Change the Canvas Bonds last number of four from 630 to 654※
  4. Then Go to ::  File »  Export » Export Restricted Instance.
Pre compiled files are available on SourceForge. Canvas Bounds
※ Workaround/Bug Fix :: To build as standalone executable on Windows or export as VST, please add 24 pixels to the panel height before exporting.. (otherwise you will find the bottom 24 pixels have been truncated).
With thanks to Tedjuh for valued input and suggestions. Also thanks to http://llamamusic.com/mks50/

FEATURES

  • Download BULK DUMP from Juno to panel.
  • Upload BULK DUMP to Juno.
  • Save BULK DUMP to disk from panel.
  • Load BULK DUMP sysex files from Disk to panel.
  • Load/save single patch files and send to Juno
  • cc ⇒ SYSEX mapping (Use MIDI controller to change values on panel/JUNO)‡
  • VST indexing for automation of most JUNO parameters including MODULATION and PITCH BENDER
  • Visual representation of EG Envelope.
  • Change basic panel button colours, background etc.

CC ⇒ SYSEX Mapping ‡

  1. Ctrlr – Connect your MIDI->Input/Output to the same in/out as on the JUNO.
  2. Ctrlr – Connect MIDI->Controller MIDI to your MIDI Controller keyboard.
  3. On your MIDI Controller keyboard assign a slider/knob to a cc # 0-127
  4. In the Admin area of the panel, switch on cc mapping
  5. Select which control on the panel you want to associate with the CC# you assigned on your hardware controller!

BULK DUMP/LOAD PROCEDURE

1) Connect MIDI OUT and MIDI IN cables between the Alpha Juno and the computer

2) Set the MEMORY PROTECT SWITCH on the back of the keyboard to the OFF position

3) Press [ MIDI ] and the display will read MIDI CH = #

4) Turn the Alpha-Dial until all of the settings look like this:

       MIDI CHANNEL= 1
       MIDI OMNI   = OFF
       MIDI LOCAL  = ON
       MIDI AFTER  = ON
       MIDI BENDER = ON
       MIDI EXCL   = ON
       MIDI HOLD   = ON
       MIDI PROG C = ON
       MIDI VOLUME = ON
       MIDI PORTA  = ON

5) The BULK DUMP data transfer methods used are different from the
   instructions listed in the Alpha Juno-1/2 Owner's Manual.

   You must press the WRITE key at the same time as the DATA TRANSFER and
   BULK DUMP keys are pressed.  

6) The method for BULK LOAD data transfer used in this
   manner should read in the Alpha Juno-1/2 display window as;
   Bulk Load MIDI.o                       <==== Correct
   as opposed to the normal display of:
   Bulk Load MIDI..                       <==== Incorrect

  * The easiest way is to use these three keys at the same time
  * is to first press the DATA TRANSFER key and then, while still pressing
  * DATA TRANSFER, press the WRITE key and while still pressing these two
  * keys, press the BULK DUMP key or BULK LOAD key.
Running as VST under Cubase
  1. In Cubase, Disable †Midi-in **Midi-out ports to the Synthesizer (Juno Alpha).
  2. Open the Juno Alpha VST in an instrument track IN=(All Midi Inputs)
  3. Create Midi track IN=(All Midi Inputs) OUT=(Synthesizer Midi-in) (I record midi notes & data to this track).
  4. In the VST Ctrlr panel connect to the †Midi-in and **Midi-out ~ connected to Synth (you disabled them in Cubase ( See step #1)).
  5. I found the only Midi-thru setting that needs to be checked was
    MIDI→Midi Thru→”Plugin-host->Output Device”
    (The 5th option down in the fold out menu)
  6. Engage Monitor on Both tracks.
Running as VST under Reaper

(This is the Juno’s audio output)

  1. Insert – Track
  2. Record Arm
  3. Monitor Input (right-click record button)
  4. Track Input:Stereo Input

(Ctrlr VST settings)

  1. Insert – Virtual Instrument on New Track – Panel
  2. Routing – MIDI Hardware Output –  Synthesizer (Juno)
  3. Ctrlr MIDI – MIDI Thru – Deselect “Input Device -> Output Device”
  4. Ctrlr MIDI – MIDI Thru – Select “Plugin Host -> Output Device”
  5. Ctrlr MIDI – “Input from host to comparator”
  6. Ctrlr MIDI – “Output to Plugin Host”
  7. SYNC with  Synthesizer (Juno)

CHANGELOG

Version 0.98 ※ 05/16/2021 
[1]
[2] Rewrite saveState.
*With thanks to Jeroen for reporting this error.

Version 0.97 ※ 05/07/2021 [1] Load Single file to Librarian [2] Random Patch Generator auto name generation [3] Save/load/view patch parameters as text [4] Load Redominator XML Patch files. (.repatch) [5] Change load/Save file extensions. [6] Audition any patch in Librarian. [7] Global MIDI message delay option (added in version 0.97.1) *With thanks to Tedjuh for testing of the Librarian. Version 0.96 ※ 04/26/2021 [1] Added Librarian [2] Random Patch Generator *With thanks to Tedjuh for testing of the Librarian. Version 0.95 ※ 04/05/2021 [1] Added graphics elements [2] DAW Recording of PitchBend/Modulation [3] Various code fixes Version 0.90 ※ 03/26/2021 [1] Some values were not saving correctly in bulk dump file: [2] Complete re-write of byte message parsing. [3] Added customisation for graph colours. [4] added mini EG graph on main page and HPF legend. [*] Many Thanks to @Cowudders for testing and bug spotting. Version 0.45 ※ 02/14/2021 [1] All ENV Modes were sending inverted CC Values: [*] any files you have saved using version 0.44 will now have inverted values for all three ENV MODE switches! So you might need to reload the files and adjust each value and resave. [*] Thanks to @Cowudders for spotting this! Version 0.44 ※ 12/16/2020 [1] save state for cc-sysex mapping switch Version 0.43 ※ 12/16/2020 [1] Fixed VST/standalone initialisation errors on startup [2] Multiple wallpaper selection Version 0.42 ※ 12/06/2020 [1] Visual bug fix [2] Code Optimisations Version 0.41 ※ 11/28/2020 [1] Visual bug fix [2] Code Optimisations Version 0.40 ※ 11/27/2020 [1] Added panel styling customisation. [2] Various stylistic changes. Version 0.39 ※ 11/23/2020 [1] Fixed next/previous menu selection initialisation bug [2] Changed image directory cache folder. Version 0.38 beta ※ 11/23/2020 [1] Fixed next/previous menu selection [2] Added MIDI selection in Admin area. [3] Choose between how program changes update data on the Juno Version 0.37 beta ※ 11/19/2020

Radio Button Code Generator

This panel is for developers wishing to add radio buttons using png images to a panel. uiComponent and mouse detection functions are generated to console for cutting and pasting into a project.
First initialise images (and text) Click on areas [1] [2] [3]
Images must be loaded as resources.


 If you use custom fonts, another user may not have the same fonts on their system.
	On Windows 10 any fonts installed in c:\WINDOWS\Fonts should load, but custom fonts seem not to.
	You can include the font as a resource in a panel you release, but I am not sure if that works on 
	every platform.
(1) First import image/font resources into this panel.
(2) Import one image for 'off state' and a separate image for 'on state' with same dimensions.
(3) Generate code by clicking on "print code to console"
(Open the `console` window first and clear any previous messages)

In your panel:

(A) Create a  uiComponent** add a function with any name to 'Paint callback' field e.g.myPaintCallback"

(B) Create a mouseDown function in the uiComponent** in  'Mouse down callback' 

(C) Create a mouseMove function in the uiComponent** in  'Mouse move callback' 

(D) In 'Resources' add 2 png images of the same size, one for "off state" and one for "on state"
	*Load the exact same images (and custom fonts) used in this program.
 
Example of a radio button set generated by this program.
Example of a radio button set generated by this program.
 

Creating Radio Buttons separate to this program

Radio Buttons can also be created using code such as below, where the lua table t{} contains the names of the buttons in the radio group
ProgramSelect = function(--[[ CtrlrModulator --]] mod --[[ number --]], value --[[ number --]], source)
    if source == 4 then
        local sName = L(mod:getName())
        local t = {"PROGRAM01", "PROGRAM02", "PROGRAM03", "PROGRAM04"} -- local table of 4 radio buttons
        for i, v in pairs(t) do
            if sName == v then
                local sysMess = string.format("F0 00 00 23 01 43 C1 00 %.2X F7", i - 1)
                panel:sendMidiMessageNow(CtrlrMidiMessage(sysMess))
            else
                _G[v]:setValue(0, true) 
               -- don't use panel:getComponent(v) // use panel:getModulatorByName(v)
            end
        end
    end
end -- source == 4 (user clicked on a button - not lua generated - that would be 5 or 6) end

--[[ 
*NOTE: Where PROGRAM01 etc are initialised in an init script
"Called when the panel has finished loading"
PROGRAM01=panel:getModulatorByName("PROGRAM01")
PROGRAM02=panel:getModulatorByName("PROGRAM02")
PROGRAM03=panel:getModulatorByName("PROGRAM03")
PROGRAM04=panel:getModulatorByName("PROGRAM04")
--]]

With thanks to Tedjuh for assistance and comments in the development of this panel. Version 1.0 ※ 10/22/2020

Zoom RFX-2000 Editor

Editor for Zoom RFX-2000 multi effects rack unit. Includes full access to the hidden “EXTRA” effects inaccessible through the unit interface. † 

Changes to parameters can be saved to disk and reimported to panel.

Changes to parameters are saved in memory on reload.

How to run this program.

This program needs to be run from within the Ctrlr program itself. Download a copy of 5.3.201 for Windows/Linux or 5.3.198 for MacOS. and load this program into Ctrlr. This can be done from within a DAW too, by loading this panel into the VST version of Ctrlr, which will have been preinstalled into your VST folder.

[1] Go to :: File » Open Panel

VST or STANDALONE INSTANCE

It is also possible to run this program as a separate standalone executable or VST .

[1] Open this program from within the Ctrlr program
[2] Go to :: Panel » Panel Mode. Change the height of the panel from 571 to 595 (See below)
[3] Then go to File -> Export -> Export Restricted Instance.

※ Workaround/Bug Fix :: To build as standalone executable on Windows or export as VST, please add 24 pixels to the panel height before exporting. (otherwise you will find the bottom 24 pixels have been truncated).2

multifxrfx2000
† MULTI EFX page

CHANGELOG:

Version: 0.1 beta  ※ 10/09/2020
Version: 0.2 beta  ※ removed dev code 10/10/2020
Version: 0.3 ※ removed dev code 10/11/2020

Generic Sysex Dump Recorder

Generic Sysex Dump Recorder

Record incoming Sysex messages, bulk dumps etc from MIDI device. Should work on any MIDI device. This panel can re-send Sysex back to MIDI device and save sysex to file and load sysex from file to be resent back to MIDI device. You can also insert a custom dump request command. Sysex dumps are retained in memory across sessions. Custom editing of sysex message possible.

How to run this program.

This program needs to be run from within the Ctrlr program itself. Download a copy of 5.3.201 for Windows/Linux or 5.3.198 for MacOS. and load this program into Ctrlr. This can be done from within a DAW too, by loading this panel into the VST version of Ctrlr, which will have been preinstalled into your VST folder.

[1] Go to :: File » Open Panel

VST or STANDALONE INSTANCE

It is also possible to run this program as a separate standalone executable or VST .

[1] Open this program from within the Ctrlr program
[2] Go to :: Panel » Panel Mode. Change the height of the panel to 135 (See below)
[3] Then go to File -> Export -> Export Restricted Instance.

※ Workaround/Bug Fix :: To build as standalone executable on Windows or export as VST, please add 24 pixels to the panel height before exporting. (otherwise you will find the bottom 24 pixels have been truncated).
add 24 pixels when exporting as executable or VST

CHANGELOG

0.90 09-16-2020 ※ first release
0.95 09-17-2020 ※ added panel zoom feature
0.97 09-18-2020 ※ added editable sysex feature
0.99 10-18-2020 ※ minor code improvements
0.97 03-09-2021 ※ possibly allows loading as VST

 

C-PLG150-AN

DOWNLOAD

Download C-PLG150-AN

Download C-PLG150-AN

C-PLG150-AN

This panel is a copy or emulation of the original PLG150-AN software. This panel offers VST integration with your DAW. Many thanks to Inteyes for his FreeEG code, from which I borrowed liberally . This panel can load ANS or AN2 files. Please use the Yamaha AN200 panel for the AN200. This panel has been created using the MU100R as host to the PLG150-AN and has not been tested with any other hosts. Please report any issues and any  suggestions welcome. Download Source Code as bpanelz file – and precompiled VST Standalone and AU files by clicking on the SOURCEFORGE button!
If there are no images visible, or previous version images are showing after installing a new version of this program:
  •  MacOS ※ — delete folder Library/Preferences/C-PLG-150-AN/ and restart program.
  • WINDOWS ※ — delete folder C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Roaming\C-PLG-150-AN and restart program. @RD /S /Q “C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Roaming\C-PLG-150-AN”
To create a VST or AU file:
  • Load the Ctrlr.dll (Ctrlr VST/AU) into your DAW
  • Load this panel into Ctrlr VST/AU instance.
  • Then go to File -> Export -> Export Restricted Instance. This will build a VST dll or AU (.component) file.
  • You can now load this panel independently of Ctrlr.
  • Or download pre built files from Download C-PLG150-AN
Running as VST under Cubase
  1. In Cubase, Disable †Midi-in **Midi-out ports to the “host ⇒ PLG-150-AN”.
  2. Open “C-PLG-150-AN” VST in an instrument track IN=(All Midi Inputs)
  3. Create Midi track IN=(All Midi Inputs) OUT=(“host ⇒ PLG-150-AN” Midi-in) (I record midi notes & data to this track).
  4. In the VST Ctrlr panel connect to the †Midi-in and **Midi-out ~ connected to “host ⇒ PLG-150-AN” (you disabled them in Cubase ( See step #1)).
  5. I found the only Midi-thru setting that needs to be checked was MIDI→Midi Thru→”Plugin-host->Output Device” (The 5th option down in the fold out menu)
  6. Engage Monitor on Both tracks.
Running as VST under Reaper
This is the “host ⇒ PLG-150-AN’s” audio output)
  1. Insert – Track
  2. Record Arm
  3. Monitor Input (right-click record button)
  4. Track Input:Stereo Input
(Ctrlr VST settings)
  1. Insert – Virtual Instrument on New Track – Panel
  2. Routing – MIDI Hardware Output – “host ⇒ PLG-150-AN”
  3. Ctrlr MIDI – MIDI Thru – Deselect “Input Device -> Output Device”
  4. Ctrlr MIDI – MIDI Thru – Select “Plugin Host -> Output Device”
  5. Ctrlr MIDI – “Input from host to comparator”
  6. Ctrlr MIDI – “Output to Plugin Host”
And make sure in your Preferences, Audio – MIDI Devices, you have it set so that your MIDI Device which connects to the “host ⇒ PLG-150-AN” is enabled for input, output, and control messages (right-click).

Roland JD-990 Sysex Dump Utility

Roland JD-990 Sysex Dump Utility

 

    • Downloads Internal Patches I-11 – I-88 (64 x patches).
    • Can upload sysex files back to the JD-990.
    • Features progress bar and cancel button.
    • Transfer times can be changed (recommended 360~400ms download and ~150ms upload according to my tests but that may depend on your setup).
    • A full dump should be 33216 bytes.  If you get a “MIDI Buffer Full” notice on the JD-990, increase the Transfer Rate.
    • Tested in standalone mode only with  [Ctrlr 5.3.201 (Recommended)] ::  Windows 10.
    • This program is also included in the JD-990 Super Editor.
Version History and Change-log:
  • Version 1.5 (07/08/2019) Uses native lua modulo function.
  • Version 1.4 (09/28/2018) Minor Code & Interface updates.
  • Version 1.3 (09/25/2018) Fixed popup dialogue potentially showing on panel load.
  • Version 1.2 (08/19/2018) Fixed panel size (24px Ctrlr Bug)
  • Version 1.1 (07/09/2018) Changed checksum function; minor interface updates
  • Version 1.0 (07/06/2018)
Ctrlr