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Preset Manager???

Postby kx3 » Fri Jul 27, 2012 7:49 am

Is there a way to make it work consistently?

No matter what I do, I can't reproduce any results!
Either the Midi ch is not saved.
The editor is not saved.
The panels are not saved.
Auto-update is on even if manual is selected.
and the list goes on......

I tried as stand alone and within Cubase as VST.

The first channel is 9 on my Miniak but I tried with ch1 as well.

How do you build a bank?

I still don't figure why there's an option to save the channel sicne it doesn't work in multi with NRPN....

This time I've read the manual and spent over 3 hours to figure it out :shock:

Is there a step by step exemple on how to build a bank that will work?


When I work exclusively on memory slot #1, I experience no problem at all.
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Re: Preset Manager???

Postby Iman_JL » Thu Aug 02, 2012 2:22 pm

There is no way to build/store/request a bank. The strange way that akai/alesis guys selected for program/bank allocation + the lack of information about the bank formats make it impossible to add bank support to the current version of editor.

Editor can only request and save a single sysex program. Preset manager bank is something different and it is related to your VST host project not the Miniak, the same as the other VST soft synth bank.

If you want to control multiple part at the same time, you should open multiple instances of editor and set them by diffrent CH number in regard to the part's MIDI channel number.
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Re: Preset Manager???

Postby kx3 » Sat Aug 04, 2012 9:20 pm

Iman_JL wrote:Editor can only request and save a single sysex program. Preset manager bank is something different and it is related to your VST host project not the Miniak, the same as the other VST soft synth bank.


That's where nothing works as expected...
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