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Software for edit patches?
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Hi! I'm new here and waiting for my Mp-2 to arrive from USA. I wonder if theres some good editor/librarian that I can use from my mac via midi to the Mp-2?
Link to any places with patches?

Not a mididump app.

Thanks


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Re: Software for edit patches?
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If you find one, lemme know. I would LOVE to have this, but I have yet to find one out there for my Mac :(
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Re: Software for edit patches?
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There was someone who started to develop an editing program for the MP2 on the old site, quite a while ago, seemed to be getting somewhere and then just disappeared.  No idea where it all went in the end but unfortunately we didn't get the program.  We need someone who's a SYSEX head to whip one up.
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Re: Software for edit patches?
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There was someone who started to develop an editing program for the MP2 on the old site, quite a while ago, seemed to be getting somewhere and then just disappeared.  No idea where it all went in the end but unfortunately we didn't get the program.  We need someone who's a SYSEX head to whip one up.

I remember that - it was a PC-only type thing. That would've stopped me in my tracks before Mac went to Intel chips. Now, I can run Windows 7 on my Mac, so that may be a viable option for me...if I can find it, of course.
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Re: Software for edit patches?
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It kind of fizzled out back then, that was quite a while ago.  I seem to remember there was something for the MP1 also which did get done.
I remember also looking into library programs back then.  There was one where you could develop your own "modules" for it, they also sprucked that they would develop new modules on request.  But this was back when I had a Win98 box.
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Re: Software for edit patches?
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I used to use Midi Quest on a Digitech ValveFX, but I think you could roll your own panels/instruments if you had the time and patience to learn the programming behind it. I didn't  :???:

Comes with Win & Mac support though. Linky -

http://www.squest.com/
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