Re: [YamahaDX] Re: syx
Nathan I Smutz wrote:
> When I bought my DX7IID it came with a DX7S cartridge.Not only voices, also sending/receiving/editing "additional voices", "performance", "Fractional scaling", "Microtuning", "System Setup"
> The cartridge worked fine. This leads me to suspect that Jsynthlib might
> work for you.
> I remember that, unlike the DX7S, the DX7II could play 2 voices at a
> time, but that might be only at the "Performance" level. JsynthLib might
> be fine sending and recieving your "voices" with their controller
> settings and other Mk2 features.
The DX7s uses the same patches as the DX7-II. The only difference is that the DX7s has just one voice generator.
Since I own just a DX7 MKI I have not tested these drivers in reality, but they should work.
Any bugreport is welcome.
- I just bought a dx7s and wondered if any of the sounds from the dx
series will work with this keyboard. If they do I wondered what bank
they end up in when you load them int, crt, or performance banks.
The book doesn't say much about downloading files into the dx7, if
any of these sounds work with the dx7s which program would be easyer
to understand and get going the quickest. I'm not a great computer
understander. And which sounds web site is the best for downloading
sounds, I don't want a lot of duplicates. Also where on the web can
you find more detailed info on the dx7s. Thanks
- My DX7II has a setting for which "bank" a recieved DX7 bank will go
into. You can select between banks "1-32" and "33-64".
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