Behringer Odyssey patch saver

Patch saver for the Behringer Odyssey

v1.0 2020-06-15

This panel is only a patch loader/saver on computer as the Behringer Odyssey 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 Odyssey synth.

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

Features:

  • Behringer Odyssey patch saver/loader for PC and Mac
  • Interface with same look as actual synthesizer
  • Top row of support “screens” with old look
  • Simple sliders or sliders with LED
  • Ability to view and select any effect and adjust its 3 parameters according to the actual synth
  • 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
  • Ability to describe 9 input/output 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 Odyssey and other gear (external synths/sequencer/FX chain)
  • Patch cables (9 colors)
  • Display of current precise parameter value when moving sliders
  • Program settings management with automatic/manual send to the Odyssey synth
  • Global settings management with automatic send to the Odyssey synth (as Behringer Synthtool)
  • 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 at: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AnIPPW8TKmC9qy9ccuNfr8TTe53q?e=wUcEjD

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

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Yamaha DX11 Editor

Now Version 4.1 of the Yamaha DX11 Editor with File Browser & Librarian. Built and tested in Ctrlr v5.3.201

The DX11 is very similar in hardware and SysEx to the TX81Z but different enough to warrant it’s own dedicated Editor. The DX11 has in addition to the TZ81Z, an Aftertouch Keyboard, a Pitch Envelope, more Performance Memories, and possibly other minor differences?

Features Added in V3:

  • Performance Editing Tab now added with ability to Sync Internal Patch Names
  • Bank and Preset Selection added
  • Mode Switching now linked to Tab Switching
  • System Tab Added
  • Effects Tab Added
  • Micro Tuning Tab Added
  • Program Change Table Added

New in v4.1:

  • File Browser Added with ability to Save & Load Single Patches in SysEx form
  • Ability to load typical TX81Z 32 Patch Banks found on the Internet

Bugs Fixed in v4.1:

  • Probably lots, I can’t remember now
  • Many LUA Script optimisations
  • If you find anymore please let me know in the comments below and I’ll get on it.

Enjoy! https://1drv.ms/u/s!Apb6P_37oe5egdYTUnCb4XL2yX_mnA?e=KedY0E

Behringer Poly D patch saver

Patch saver for the Behringer Poly D

v1.0 2020-05-01

This panel is only a patch loader/saver on computer as the Behringer Poly D 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 Poly D synth.

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

Features:

  • Behringer Poly D 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 ADS rotary encoder and Decay switch
  • 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
  • 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
  • Conversion of Sunny Synths’ Model D program files into Poly D ones
  • Patch sheet tab with patch sheet for Poly D and other gear (external synths/sequencer/FX chain)
  • Patch cables (9 colors)
  • Display of current precise parameter value when clicking on rotary encoders
  • Program settings management with automatic/manual send to the Poly D synth
  • Global settings management with automatic send to the Poly D synth (as Behringer Synthtool)
  • 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 at: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AnIPPW8TKmC9qXih9ukrU0u1HkS5?e=VibgT8

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

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Korg N1

Hello!

I wanna thank you all for help me out making my first panel.

My N1 is an old synth, a 1997 model, from Korg, with one mini screen and a lot of buttons. Inside there are 1300 patches, 600 samples, 48 effects. Something have to be done. Two clicks later, I’m on my way to discover Ctrlr. NICE!

It was not an easy task. Bugs bugging me all the time. But in the end I was smart enough to predict were one could occur, so lots of them were exterminated! 🙂

My final panel in the Ctrlr don’t have bugs, indeed. But my standalone as. My uilistboxes don’t unselect. No problem, I’m not perfect either.

I was no experience in Lua, nor enough kwnoledge in MIDI and I’m not a designer, but I think that, in the end, it is a nice panel. A one week, sleeping fast, job.

I cannot upload it in the dashboard – maybe there is some internet problem -, so I upload it to my Drive! I hope you open it and enjoy it – even if don’t have the keyboard. Just follow the GoogleDrive’s link.

Thanks a lot, guys!

João Marco
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MPIt7BMePI9O7MRnZ-qfvMxxEXlD_lT2

Behringer PRO-1 patch saver

Patch saver for the Behringer PRO-1

v1.0 2020-03-15

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
  • 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 at: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AnIPPW8TKmC9qV_nTrdwRjM4qHzx?e=f5dn6L

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

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Behringer Neutron patch saver

Patch saver for the Behringer Neutron

v1.3 2020-03-15

This panel can also be called “advanced patch mapper” and is not a full patch loader/saver as the Behringer Neutron does not support the load/save of programs or the manipulation of all its program parameters by Midi NRPN/CC/Sysex messages except for about 40 of them (documented on p27 and 28 of the manual).

In comparison to the Sunny Synths’ Model D and Grandmother panels, this Neutron panel is thus offering much more possibilities of exchange between the synth and your PC or your controller thanks to the addition of the Neutron OS 2.0.

Features:

  • Behringer Neutron interface with similar way of working as actual synthesizer.
  • Panel background adapted based on “Red” overlay from Heinakroon
  • 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)
  • “Intelligent” display following parameters selection: OSC and LFO shape blending, LFO shape order change with or without blend
  • All “hidden” 2.0 available for easy visualization and tweaking
  • Bi-directional behavior when using the synth or a controller (only for parameters indicated in p27 and 28 of the Neutron manual)
  • Envelopes graphs handled by mouse or classical ADSR rotary encoders
  • Load / Save programs from individual .syx files
  • Global settings management
  • 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 Neutron and other gear (external synths/sequencers)
  • 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
  • v1.3: VST versions for PC (32 and 64 bits)
  • v1.3: VST and AU versions for Mac

The manual can be downloaded from Sunny Synth’s OneDrive.

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

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Behringer Model D patch saver

Patch saver for the Behringer Model D

v2.6 2020-02-29

This panel is only a patch loader/saver on computer as the Behringer Model D 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 Model D.

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

Features:

  • Behringer Model D 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 ADS rotary encoder and Decay switch
  • 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
  • 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 Model D and other gear (external synths/sequencers)
  • Patch cables (9 colors)
  • Display of current precise parameter value when clicking on rotary encoders
  • Global settings management with automatic/manual send to the Model D 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 (v2.6)
  • 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 at: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AnIPPW8TKmC9nX9EnWXixtKtfwyn

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

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Kawai K3 / K3m Editor Panel Version 1.3

This is a one way editor panel for Kawai K3 and K3m synthesizers and includes the ability to preview and generate the additive waveform.

Download Latest Version 1.3

UPDATE FEB 2020 – Version 1.3

  • Additive waveform now automatically sent when changing patches in Ctrlr’s library
  • Removed “Resend” button as its not needed anymore. Use “Send Snapshot”
  • Reduced background image size so it can be included within uploaded panel.
  • Included some presets I have made 😉

Instructions for using the panel

This panel is designed for use as a one way editor and is designed around using Ctrlr’s MIDI library to store presets. The advantage of this is that each preset can include a different additive wave! As a bonus, I have included some of the presets I have made with this editor.

The synth must have “Protect” turned off in order to use the Additive Waveform Generator and Mono mode. As these work by overwriting data in the synth, you will loose preset data.

Please ensure you have any presets you want to keep backed up before using this panel.

To use the wave generator, the H sliders set the harmonic and the I knobs set the intensity. Your changes are sent to the synth automatically. It’s possible to hold a note down on the keyboard and change the dials and sliders and hear the tone change accordingly.

Remember to set OSC WAVE to 32 to hear the additive waveform.

A harmonic set to zero will signal to the synth that there are no more harmonics. For example, if you set values for Harmonic 1 and Harmonic 3 but set Harmonic 2 to zero, only Harmonic 1 would be recognised by the synth. Harmonics 2 to 32 would be ignored.

There is also a preview of the waveform generated which provides some additional feedback. As you can see in the screenshot below, the preview is very close to the actual output from the synth. Differences will exist due to the analogue circuitry and how the waveform is computed by the synthesizer.

K3 Editor Version 1.2 – Comparison of User waveform preview with output

Older Versions

Version 1.2 (DEC 2019)

  • Improved user wave editor.
    • Bug fixes such as duplicate harmonics cause all harmonic data to be ignored by the synth
      • Note – zero values signal the end of the harmonics (behaviour of the synth)
    • Added a preview of the user wave 🙂
    • Sliders now trigger update of the user wave.
Download Version - 1.2

Version 1.1 (FEB 2016)

Download Version 1.1

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