MT32Editor: open source patch editor and librarian

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farvardin
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MT32Editor: open source patch editor and librarian

Post by farvardin »

hello, have you seen this new editor?

https://github.com/sfryers/MT32Editor

I'm using it for creating my patches and it works well (even on Linux with Wine)!


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Re: MT32Editor: open source patch editor and librarian

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Yeah, I need to check this out! The master thread is on Vogons and the guy seems really nice.

https://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=93609
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Re: MT32Editor: open source patch editor and librarian

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Used it tonight, thanks farvardin! It's incredibly useful to be able to see details I'd been "blind" to before, like individual patch pitch bend, key shift, and reverb status.
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Re: MT32Editor: open source patch editor and librarian

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you're welcome, thanks to Sfryers for the wonderful editor!
I've used it for a new track, it works well, it's much easier to setup than the old LA synth which no longer worked with wine for me.
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