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    layzer
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    I can see this making all those fat, bloated, hardware editor programs obsolete…
    It would be great to have several people pick up the programming of the editors
    and produce many great useful ones.

    I would like to see one for some of my modules….

    >Roland JV-880
    >Yamaha TX802
    Korg M3r
    Kawai K4r
    >yamaha sy77
    Yamaha AN1X
    >korg wavestation EX
    Ensoniq VFX
    ensoniq SQ2
    Emu Procussion

    the ones with > are the ones i would really like to see as
    programming them without an editor is hell.
    I will be donating to this effort you can bet on that
    thanks again for taking the time out of your days.

    regards

    Layzer

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    atom
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    well apart from the jv880 i can’t find any MIDI implementation documents for those > synths, if you can share some links i’ll take a look. the jv880 is a monster in terms of midi, making and editor without the actual unit will be very hard, but not impossible.

    #1177
    layzer
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    Korg wavestation refrence guide
    http://www.korguksupport.co.uk/upload/W … 0Guide.PDF

    yamaha sy77 manual
    http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/yam … /sy77.html

    korg m3r
    http://soundprogramming.net/manuals/Korg_M3R_Manual.pdf

    Yamaha DX7II (which the TX802 is the module version)
    http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/yam … 7ii_d.html

    i know it takes a while to code midi sysex. i dont plan on getting rid
    of any of my vintage hardware. thanks Atom

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