Emagic AMT8 standalone patch editor

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This panel was made to edit the 32 standalone patches of the Emagic AMT8 midi-interface. These patches are stored inside the unit and are active whenever the interface is not running off a computer.

The panel reflects the state of the selected preset, and features an “initialise” button as found in the original Sounddiver-based editor, routing all inputs to all outputs except its own’s.

The labels displaying the port names can be edited to reflect your setup, so that instead of in/out 1… in/out 8 you can make them display the names of the devices connected to those ports. Just double-click on the name label and name it as you wish.

Currently only the routing matrix is implemented – i still have to decode the filtering matrix messages, i will add those once i figure it out.

Setup:

Select AMT0(all) as midi-output device, input can be any of the 8 ports but one has to be selected for the updating of the panel to work.

ps: I was not able to test this panel on the Unitor because i do not own one, but the messages should be the same as they share the same driver/editing software, so i am 99% sure it will work for that device aswell.

Korg DW-8000

This is a panel for the Korg DW-8000. It should also work with the rack version EX-8000 but I couldn’t test it.

If the synth’s midi output is connected to the panel’s input, the panel can receive sysex program dump data, and update its values according to the synth’s current program. There is two ways this can happen:

– if the “Load” button is clicked, the panel sends a dump request

– if the panel receives a midi program change message on the midi channel used to communicate with the synth, it will send a dump request. The synth always sends a midi program change message when a new program is selected.

 

The format is “compressed binary + ressources”.

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Six-Trak Editor

Editor for Sequential Circuits Six-Trak. It uses MIDI CC control for all available parameters including mod wheel.

Six-Trak Editor Screen

 

Built using CTRLR Revision 1400.

Key things needed to do on the Six-Trak before use:

– To enable changing programs (patches) by MIDI, hold Control Record and press 1.

– To enable changing parameters/mod wheel by MIDI, hold Control Record and press 4.

– The Six-Trak powers up in omni mode which is fine if it’s the only MIDI instrument you are using. If you need to change it to a specific MIDI channel, hold Track Record and press 3 to turn off omni mode. Then press Parameter then 36, then change the value to the MIDI channel of your choice.

The instructions are on the panel as well as it’s easy to forget and saves trawling through the manual every time.

 

Six-Trak Editor 1.1331.5 KB2,268

 

I used the font ‘Celtic’ for the Six-Trak logo, so it will just show in the default font if you don’t have that installed. There is a free alternative which looks very similar called Gael, you can download it here: http://www.fontspace.com/thomas-e-harvey/gael

The Six-Trak is unable to send parameter data via MIDI, so the Editor will not be able to update changes. It can send/receive program changes and mod wheel data however, so they can update on the Editor if the settings are right. See page 65 of the manual for more info.

It would be great if someone could figure out how to make a patch library. This is beyond my knowledge, so hopefully someone else can take this on. If anyone wants to add features to the panel, be my guest as I will not make any updates. The manual can be seen here (MIDI implementation starts on page 57):

http://soundprogramming.net/manuals/SequentialCircuits_SixTrak_Manual.pdf

DEMO – Panels

This is a placeholder for all the DEMO panels included in the Ctrlr installation. Those panels showcase some of the features in Ctrlr. Since we often reference them in the forums i thought i’d put them here with a link to the always current version of them (they’re store in a SVN repository so whenever i change something it gets reflected there).

The files are always available here: http://svn.code.sf.net/p/ctrlrv4/code/nightly/Panels/

Yamaha TX7 (beta)

IMPORTANT!

On January 21, 2016 I have published a new version of this panel (and also another one compatible with a DX7), so you better download that one!

I will keep the Yamaha TX7 (beta) panel available for a while, until the new version works as expected. But then I will delete it.

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This is a beta release of a patch editor for the Yamaha TX7 sound module, the companion of the Yamaha DX7.

Basically all parameters of a preset are present in this editor, but there are still a few midi capabilities of this device left that need to be implemented. A few remarks ( and probably I will forget some) on why this is a beta release still:

  • Saving of a preset not (yet) possible. I’m afraid presets need to be stored in (and loaded from) a separate file on the computer. Have to figure out how to do this in Lua (with somebodies help?);
  • When clicking for the second time on the “get perf.” button (with the same voice present) the values of the wheel -, foot -, aftertouch – and breath sensitivity change again, probably back to some default value. I don’t know why this happens;
  • Still unclear to me how to get the right on/off setting of the modulation section (wheel – , foot – , aftertouch – and breath control buttons) when they receive their assigned parameter value;
  • The layout of the panel needs some more work.

So please use this panel freely and send me your comments or Lua-scripts so I (or we…) can improve this panel!

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