On Wed, 8 May 2013, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> how can I access the editors?
Some of the devices in their support list have librarian-only support
(you can't edit patches). From what I've gathered, you have to send a
patch bank to the device (so it has the same patches in it as what
you're looking at in JSynthLib), and then pick the patch you want to
edit, and right-click. The JSynthLib project has never gained much
momentum -- everyone agrees a free Java-based sysex editor/librarian
would be a good idea, but no Java programmers ever want to work on it.
So it's never been very well developed.
> It's my first trial on the quick, I just want to take a look now, so
The auto-scan never worked well for me; it's better to add your devices
> Is there an archive with other devices, that aren't available by a
I don't know about other devices, but I think there is a CVS version
around somewhere. They don't release very often.
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