Nord Drum 3P and Nord Drum 2 Editor VST and Standalone

Here are my Midi Editors for the Nord Drum Synthesizers.

One version for the old Nord Drum 2 and one version for the current Nord Drum 3P.

With the Nord Drum Editor you have direct access to all parameters and can save them as a Sound Data File and load them back into the Nord Drum at any time. 

In the PlugIn VST Version you can record the controller movements and how to integrate the Nord Drum Synth into your DAW Project. 

Editor Features:

-You can use your Nord Drum as a sound module in the DAW!

– Complex sound changes can be made easily and quickly.

– Direct access to the sound parameters

– All controllers can be automated.

– X-Y modulation of all parameters

– The Editor settings can be stored in a Sound Bank and loaded again.

– With the „Random“ function new sounds can be generated quickly for each drum part. 

  Which you can save and load into any drum part.

– Drum Kits can be put together and saved.

The editor is available for PC as VST / Standalone 32/64 bit and for MAC as VST / AU / Standalone 64 bit and MAC-M1.

Info Page:  https://nord-drum-editor.jimdofree.com

Video:  https://youtu.be/-u1p4A_AaLY

Yamaha Digital Reverberator REV500

Yamaha REV 500 Reverberator panel.

Features:

* Access most hidden controls.
* Save your changes to disk.
* Load patch from file.
* Note that this program does not upload sysex patches to the REV500.
* All save operations must be executed on the REV500 unit itself.

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NOTES:

The Yamaha REV500 uses CC/Program Change using values 0-127 for all parameters.

Most parameters range from anything but 0-127 so interpolation of values is required.
Program change using CC is not possible for values above 128 so PRESET patches from 29-100 cannot be selected remotely.
However the panel can load preset data into temp buffer.

HOW TO:

1. Connect to MIDI IN/OUT by clicking on the MIDI Icon.
2. Load user patches to panel. Click on **Load User Data**
3. Click on **System Data** button.
4. Click in the top left yellow are to select _input_/_output_ settings.
5. Rename patches (The REV 500 is **not** updated)
6. Save your work to JSON file
7. Load saved patches back to panel. REV500 temp buffer is automatically updated.

CHANGELOG:

  • 0.4  06/30/2021  LCD Font Change // code optimisation // Interface change.
  • 0.03  06/17/2021  Code updates.
  • 0.02 alpha 06/12/2021 fixes crash with speed dial
  • 0.01 alpha 06/11/2021 first release
  • Moog Matriarch patch saver

    Patch saver for the Moog Matriarch

    v1.0 2021-05-30

    The panel is only a patch loader/saver on computer as the Moog Matriarch does not support the load/save of programs by sysex dump exchange. It supports however the manipulation of some program parameters by Midi CC messages but far from all parameters are covered. It also handles global settings management by sysex messages.

    Features:

    • Moog Matriarch patch saver/loader for PC and Mac
    • Displays all patch points from the main synth panel but also all outputs from the rear
    • Button to switch the layout between the colored and the Dark editions
    • Bidirectional communication with actual Matriarch synthesizer for all parameters supporting CC# Midi communication (pages 18 and 19 of the Matriarch v1.2.3 Firmware update manual)
    • Top row of support “screens” with old look
    • Visual feedback by using “LED” ring buttons and indication of the parameter value
    • Envelope graphs handled by mouse or classical ADSR rotary encoders
    • Load / Save programs from individual .syx files
    • Automatic change of all CC# parameters on actual synthesizer at program load
    • Program settings management (a selection of Global settings but stored at program level)
    • Global settings management (receive all then individual update)
    • Easy program renaming
    • Display and export of program parameters as text file
    • Ability to describe 15 input/output colored patch cables with different sources/destinations
    • Programs have a name, author, save date and description. They can be associated to a category
    • Ability to describe the usage of each program in a step by step mode (up to 15 steps)
    • Browser of the files on the disk
    • Patch sheet tab with patch sheet for Matriarch and other gear
    • Patch cables (15 colors)
    • Author and save date
    • External synths and FX chain
    • Display of current precise parameter value when clicking on rotary encoders
    • Memorized panel zoom
    • Automatic reading of wav files associated to a patch
    • Manual/Automatic reading of any wav file
    • Standalone versions for PC and Mac
    • VST versions for PC (32 and 64 bits)
    • VST and AU versions for Mac
    • Extras Midi CC controller number for the buttons without a Moog assigned number so you can adjust them from a hardware controller (still no impact on the synth of course and unfortunately).

    The manual can be downloaded from the Sunny Synths’ drive or website www.sunnysynths.com

    For more info on getting this panel, please contact sunny.synths@gmail.com Visit Sunny Synths’ website: www.sunnysynths.com

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    Korg Prologue editor and librarian

    Korg Prologue editor and librarian

    v2.0 2021-04-05

    The panel is an editor and librarian for the Korg Prologue and covers all parameters at program level and for the two timbres (main and sub).

    It also handles the Global parameters but not yet the Livesets.

    Besides the editor, you will also benefit from a complete librarian. It will allow you to manage an image of the content of your Prologue (after performing a “bank receive” from your prologue to the panel) but also two “disk” banks that are banks only on your PC. From there you are able to perform different program operations between the banks (copy, swap, init and move).

    The librarian is going further! It will also allow you to perform similar operations with timbres and, not the least, you will be able to give names to your timbres, store a description of the programs, the author name and the date. The panel is also reading and writing Korg Librarian files (.prlgprog; not .prlglib) but can also read and convert Minilogue XD files (sysex and .mnlgxdprog). It is also possible to write Minilogue XD files (sysex only at the moment).

    Finally, a last section allows you to list the parameters of programs or timbres, to compare them, to compare saved and current values…

    Features:

    • Korg Prologue editor and librarian for PC and Mac with same look as actual synthesizer
    • Top “LCD screen” displaying parameter name and full description, CC number used (or “No CC”), current and saved values for both main and sub timbres at the same time
    • Rotary buttons with colored ring
    • Switches with same look as synth
    • Bi-directional behavior (for CC parameters only): modifying a parameter on the panel modifies it on the synth; modifying a parameter on the synth modifies the panel
    • Fast send and small send buttons at different places to send a full program dump to the synth which is needed when changing non-CC parameters (indicated in light green)
    • Envelopes graphs handled by mouse or the ADSR rotary buttons
    • Load / Save programs from banks or from individual .syx files
    • Load / Save Prologue Korg Librarian .prlgprog files
    • Load / Save of Minilogue XD .syx files and convert them to Prologue
    • Load Minilogue XD Korg Librarian .mnlgxdgprog files and convert them to Prologue
    • Receive/Send from/to Prologue buffer
    • Easy program renaming
    • Display and export of program parameters (current values, saved values, both, comparison, differences) as text file
    • Programs have a name, author, save date and description
    • Complete librarian providing handling of 2 disk banks and one “Prologue” bank (500 programs by bank). The “Prologue” bank can be received from the actual synthesizer.
    • Operations in banks for programs: rename, init, copy, move, swap programs, full comparison, difference only comparison
    • Timbres have a name
    • Timbre operations in current program: copy main to sub, copy sub to main, swap, rename, init
    • Complete librarian providing handling of 2 timbre banks (1000 timbres by bank)
    • Operations in banks for timbres: rename, init, copy, move, swap timbres, full comparison
    • Global settings management with ability to Receive/Send them from/to the Prologue synth
    • Ability to load and see your User oscillators names, mod FX names, delay and reverb names
    • Different switches to modify the behavior of the panel according to your way of working
    • Panel zoom with memory
    • Standalone versions for PC and Mac
    • VST versions for PC (64 bits)
    • VST and AU versions for Mac

    The manual can be downloaded from the Sunny Synths’ drive or website www.sunnysynths.com

    For more info on getting this panel, please contact sunny.synths@gmail.com

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    Novation Peak and Summit Editor VST and Standalone

    Novation PEAK and SUMMIT Editor – VST and Standalone

    The „Peak Summit Editor / Controller„ is an VST and Standalone  controller for the  Novation  Synthesizer “Peak” and “Summit“

    – It is perfect to integrate the “Peak” and “Summit“ into your DAW. 

    – It makes the sound design easier, because you have direct access to the

       parameters.

    – The “Peak” and “Summit“ Parameters can be automated and they can be stored

       with your DAW Project.

    – You can safe your new sound on the “Peak” and “Summit“ and the editor settings

      as VST Presets (..fxp) in the DAW.

    – With the X-Y-Pads, all Parameter can be selected and controlled.

    – At the “Summit”, Part A , B and AB can be edited separately.

    – Direct access to the mod matrix allows you to keep track of the sound

      modulation.

    – With the “Matrix Random function” of the Editor you can easily create new sound  

      creations.

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

      and Standalone. 

    The editor is compatible with the firmware version 1.3 “Peak” and 1.1 “Summit” (with User Wavetable).

    Home: https://peak-summit-editor.jimdofree.com


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    Behringer K2 patch mapper

    Patch mapper for the Behringer K2

    v2.0 2021-03-21

    The panel is a pure patch mapper as the Behringer K2 does not support the load/save of programs or the manipulation of its program parameters by Midi NRPN/CC/Sysex messages.
    It will support you in saving and retrieving Behringer K2 patches on your PC but gives you also the possibility to exchange them with other users as they are stored as sysex files.

    Features:

    • Behringer K2 interface with similar way of working as actual synthesizer.
    • Top row of support “screens” with old look
    • Visual feedback by using “LED” ring buttons and indication of the value (on change or on click)
    • Envelopes graphs handled by mouse or buttons
    • 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 colored patch cables with different sources/destinations
    • Extra input/output patch points from/to external synths, sequencer and FX chain
    • Patch cables drawing directly on the main panel
    • Ability to switch between full cables or cable plugs
    • Support for double inputs / double outputs
    • Programs have a name, author, save date and description. They can be associated to a category
    • Browser of the files on the disk
    • Patch sheet tab with patch sheet for Behringer K2 and other gear (external synths/sequencer/FX)
    • Automatic reading of wav files associated to a patch
    • Manual/Automatic reading of any wav file
    • All buttons associated to a Midi CC controller number so you can adjust them from a hardware controller (still no impact on the synth of course and unfortunately)
    • Standalone Windows/MacOS
    • VST 32/64bits on Windows, VST/AU on MacOS

    The manual can be downloaded from the Sunny Synths’ drive or website www.sunnysynths.com

    For more info on getting this panel, please contact sunny.synths@gmail.com

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    Mixer Panel for the Roland JUPITER-X/m

    This panel exposes the controls for effects and routing, as found on the Sound Engine Routing Details diagram at the end of the Reference Manual (p. 49 in JUPITER-Xm_reference_eng04_W.pdf). The goal is to provide easy and intuitive access to a number of parameters that are scattered across 10 different submenus on the Jupiter-X/m. Changes made to the panel on the computer are immediately passed to the hardware, and vice versa.

    I made this panel to satisfy my own needs, but I hope it is useful to to you too — ConditionalInstability (C-I)

    PANEL DESCRIPTION

    The panel roughly follows the layout of a small mixing console.

    • On the left are 5 channels corresponding to each of the 5 Parts on the synthesizer, with a channel Eq and four Scene Effect sends (always post-fader).
    • In the center above is a tabbed interface to access the individual parameters of the Scene Effects. Note that both the panel and the hardware store parameter values for all effects, but the MIDI SysEx implementation only communicates the parameters of the currently active chorus, delay and reverb.
    • In the center below are the Scene Effect returns, with the available options to send from one effect to another.
    • On the right are the Master Eq and Compressor, which are stored as System parameters on the hardware.
    • The small section labeled Panel has selector to change the zoom level of the interface (this can also be adjusted from the Ctrlr View menu). There is also a button to Get Data from the Jupiter-X/m. The panel will automatically load data at startup and when the scene or scene effect type changes, but if the panel ever gets out of sync with the hardware, this button can be useful.
    • NEW in v1.2 – factory presets for the SRV-2000 reverb. Includes the 80’s classic gated reverb for the SRV-2000NL nonlinear mode!

    LIMITATIONS

    • The panel only reads and writes the parameter values that are currently loaded on the Jupiter-X/m. No data is stored permamently, unless you save the Scene and System from the Write menu on the hardware.
    • On the hardware, it is possible to override the Tone Multi-effect with a Scene Multi-effect and the Scene effects with System effects. These options are not implemented in the panel.
    • Microphone input settings and effects are not implemented.
    • There is one parameter in one of the scene effects which is not updated on the panel when its value is changed on the hardware, due to a bug in the Roland MIDI implementation. Can you find which one?

    GETTING STARTED

    1. Download Ctrlr from ctrlr.org and install. The recommended versions are 5.3.201 for Windows or Linux, and 5.3.198 for MacOS.
    2. Download the Jupiter-X/m Mixer panel from the link below.
    3. Start the standalone version of Ctrlr. The Jupiter-X/m Mixer panel has not been tested in VST mode.
    4. Start the mixer panel from the Open Panel option in the File menu.
    5. From the MIDI menu, select your Jupiter as Input and Output.
    6. Choose a new scene on your Jupiter-X/m and see the panel update. Often only a small subset of the parameters will change — it seems that the scene creators sometimes don’t find all these options!
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    HISTORY

    • 20/03/2021 v1.0 Initial release
    • 21/03/2021 v1.1 Increase canvas size so bpanelz export not cut off at bottom
    • 05/05/2021 v1.2 Added the 32 factory presets for SRV-2000 and SRV-2000NL reverbs

    Behringer 2600 patch mapper

    Patch saver for the Behringer 2600

    v1.1 2021-03-14

    This panel is only a patch loader/saver on computer as the Behringer 2600 does not support the load/save of programs or the manipulation of program parameters by Midi NRPN/CC messages.

    It can thus also be called a “patch mapper”.

    Features:

    • Behringer 2600 interface with same look as actual synthesizer
    • Top row of support “screens” with old look
    • Simple sliders without LED or sliders with LED (all white or colored)
    • Envelopes graphs handled by mouse or the AR/ADSR sliders
    • Load / Save programs from individual .syx files
    • Easy program renaming
    • Display and export of program parameters as text file
    • Display of only the modified parameters / buttons in comparison to an Init patch
    • Ability to describe 15 input/output colored patch cables with different sources/destinations
    • Programs have a name, author, save date and description. They can be associated to a category
    • Ability to describe the usage of each program in a step by step mode (up to 15 steps)
    • Browser of the files on the disk with playing of associated wav file if any
    • Patch sheet tab with patch sheet for 2600 and other gear (external synths/sequencer/FX)
    • Automatic reading of wav files associated to a patch
    • Manual/Automatic reading of any wav file
    • Standalone versions for PC and Mac
    • VST versions for PC (32 and 64 bits)
    • VST and AU versions for Mac
    • All buttons associated to a Midi CC controller number so you can adjust them from a hardware controller (still no impact on the synth of course and unfortunately)

    The manual can be downloaded from the Sunny Synths’ drive or website www.sunnysynths.com

    For more info on getting this panel, please contact sunny.synths@gmail.com

    Additional pictures:

          

    Behringer Pro-1 patch saver

    Patch saver for the Behringer Pro-1

    v2.1 2021-03-14

    This panel is only a patch loader/saver on computer as the Behringer Pro-1 does not support the load/save of programs or the manipulation of program parameters by Midi NRPN/CC messages except for Global settings that can be transferred to the Pro-1.

    It can thus also be called a “patch mapper”.

    Features:

    • Behringer Pro-1 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 ADSR rotary encoders
    • 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
    • Patch cables drawing directly on main panel
    • Ability to display full cables or cable plugs
    • Programs have a name, author, save date and description. They can be associated to a category
    • Browser of the files on the disk
    • Patch sheet tab with patch sheet for Pro-1 and other gear (external synths/sequencer/FX chain)
    • Patch cables (9 colors)
    • Display of current precise parameter value when clicking on rotary encoders
    • Global settings management with automatic/manual send to the PRO-1 synth
    • Panel zoom with memory
    • Automatic reading of wav files associated to a patch
    • Manual/Automatic reading of any wav file
    • Standalone versions for PC and Mac
    • VST versions for PC (32 and 64 bits)
    • VST and AU versions for Mac
    • All buttons associated to a Midi CC controller number so you can adjust them from a hardware controller (still no impact on the synth of course and unfortunately)

    The manual can be downloaded from the Sunny Synths’ drive or website www.sunnysynths.com

    For more info on getting this panel, please contact sunny.synths@gmail.com

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    Moog Grandmother patch saver

    Patch saver for the Moog Grandmother

    v2.1 2021-01-13

    The panel is only a patch loader/saver on computer as the Moog Grandmother does not support the load/save of programs by sysex dump exchange. It supports however the manipulation of some program parameters by Midi CC messages but far from all parameters are covered (only the ones described on page 43 of the Grandmother manual).

    Features:

    • Moog Grandmother patch saver/loader for PC and Mac
    • Button to switch the layout between the colored and the Dark editions
    • Interface with same look as actual synthesizer
    • Bidirectional communication with actual Grandmother synthesizer for all parameters supporting CC# Midi communication (see p43 of the manual)
    • Top row of support “screens” with old look
    • Visual feedback by using “LED” ring buttons and indication of the parameter value
    • Envelope graph handled by mouse or classical ADSR rotary encoders
    • Selection of the Grandmother OS with impact on the panel controls
    • Global parameters management (receive all then individual update – still under testing and in discussion with Moog)
    • Load / Save programs from individual .syx files
    • Automatic change of all CC# parameters on actual synthesizer at program load
    • Easy program renaming
    • Display and export of program parameters as text file
    • Ability to describe 9 input/output colored patch cables with different sources/destinations
    • Programs have a name, author, save date and description. They can be associated to a category
    • Browser of the files on the disk
    • Patch sheet tab with patch sheet for Grandmother and other gear
    • Patch cables (9 colors)
    • Author and save date
    • External synths
    • Display of current precise parameter value when clicking on rotary encoders
    • Zoom remaining till next session
    • Automatic reading of wav files associated to a patch (in file browser)
    • Manual/Automatic reading of any wav file (in file browser)
    • Standalone versions for PC and Mac
    • VST versions for PC (32 and 64 bits)
    • VST and AU versions for Mac
    • Extras Midi CC controller number for the buttons without a Moog assigned number so you can adjust them from a hardware controller (still no impact on the synth of course and unfortunately).

    The manual can be downloaded from the Sunny Synths’ drive or website www.sunnysynths.com

    For more info on getting this panel, please contact sunny.synths@gmail.com
    Visit Sunny Synths’ website: www.sunnysynths.com

    Additional pictures:

     

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