On 29 Oct, 2013, at 3:58 PM, Martin Tarenskeen wrote:
> On Tue, 29 Oct 2013, Daniel Forró wrote:
>> Anyway it's interesting that before most of the files have the same
>> size of 4960 bytes. It doesn't look as random damage... Maybe they
>> were coded in the same way, that's also the reason you could decipher
>> the algorithm and convert it to proper format. Am I right?
> Right. These 4960 bytes files are not damaged, they are just fine.
> use VCED (instead of VMEM) format for storing the banks. The DX7 SysEx
> specs in the manuals can tell you what that means.
I understand quite well what they mean :-) I just haven't in my
computer hex editor now and analyzing the files in text editor is not
> I am curious from what software these are produced.
> Only two of the files (DX7SInternalA.syx and DX7SInternalB.syx)
> were in standard SysEx format and probably have another origin.