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whether it is selected or not on the Patch Editor front panel. The MidiCC command will only work with the synth currently selected.
MidiCC support in the Patch Editor will allow systems that can only output MidiCC to control any synth that the Patch Editor supports.
The Patch Editor can have any standard MIDI channel (1-16) set independently for each synthesizer selected and the MIDI channel for control SysEx or MidiCC to the Patch Editor can also be set. These are remembered when the Patch Editor is switched off. It is possible to send commands to the Patch Editor on one midi channel and the Patch Editor will output to the synth on another. This could be useful if the control codes to the Patch Editor could be interpreted differently by the synth being controlled. All incoming MIDI except for SysEx and MidiCC commands to the Patch Editor are passed through to the MIDI out port. All output from the Patch Editor also uses this MIDI port and this output is interlaced with any incoming MIDI data. This introduces a 1-3mS delay as the commands are interpreted and resent. This must be done so as the incoming MIDI can be mixed with the MIDI generated by the Patch Editor without breaking MIDI strings. The MIDI running status byte needs to be reinserted if the incoming string has a running status byte that has been interrupted by the Patch Editor sending out commands. MIDI real time signals (clocks etc) are put directly to the output for a minimal delay which is normally about 100S no matter what is happening within the Patch Editor. All incoming MIDI is passed to the MIDI through port without delay. If a time critical MIDI unit is part of the chain then this should be run from the MIDI Through port to reduce delays.
If the Patch Editor midiCC command set is being used to translate to sysex be aware the the Patch Editor may need to send much more date than it receives so it is important that not too much data is sent too quickly or the Patch Editor buffers will overflow resulting in corrupted midi. This will cause random errors like stuck notes.
Power requirements are a single 9-12vDC supply at 500mA. 9v is preferred to stop the PE getting too warm. The polarity is marked on the Patch Editor and it is protected against reversed power. It was decided not to include a power unit with the Patch Editor as these are country specific and easily purchased throughout the world. A universal voltage power pack can be provided if required but it has a New Zealand plug format and will require adapter plugs for use in other countries.

Patch Editor v2.3

Patch editor Control Descriptions Patch editor LAYOUT
Osc 1 & 2 Range Select Depending on the synthesizer selected the ranges available with the Range select buttons (1) (15) will vary. Not all ranges are supported by all synthesizers. For synthesizers with a single oscillator the Oscillator 2 control will be disabled or used for other purposes. As an example of this the Osc 2 Range select is used to shift octaves in the Roland MKS-80. The Waveform select buttons (2) (16) with cycle through the available waveforms for the synthesizer selected. Depending on the synthesizer type the waveforms available will vary. With the Korg DW-6000 & DW-8000 this button will cycle through all the available waveforms.

Osc 1 & 2 Waveform Select
Osc 1 & 2 Pulse Width
These controls (3) (17) set the manual width of the Pulse Width waveform if selected. Not all synthesizer types support this. The control will remain dark if unused.
Osc 1 and 2 Tune and Fine
When available these will light and allow Osc 1 and 2 to be tuned within the range of +/- 12 notes. The fine tune control (19) on oscillator 2 only normally will allow a +/- 50 cent adjustment. The fine tune control (19) will also act as a detune control on some synthesizer types. See the individual synthesizer tables for the exact use in each synthesizer type.

LFO and ENV Mods

The LFO (5) (20) (34) and the ENV (6) (21) (35) set the amount of Low Frequency Oscillator modulation and envelope modulation to the oscillators and LP Filter. On some synthesizer types the oscillator 1 control will modulate both oscillator 1 and 2. The source for the envelope varies for each synthesizer type. Envelope Modulation is usually provided by Filter/EG1 if it is used in the synthesizer type selected or VCA/EG2 if it is not.
1. Osc 1 Range Select 2. Osc 1 Waveform Select 3. Osc 1 Pulse Width 4. Osc 1 Tune 5. Osc 1 LFO Modulation 6. Osc 1 ENV Modulation 7. Osc 1 Mode 8. Osc 1 PWM 9. Osc 1 Level 10. Noise Level 11. LCD Display 12. Menu Button 1 13. Menu Button 2 14. Menu Button 3 15. Osc 2 Range Select 16. Osc 2 Waveform Select 17. Osc 2 Pulse Width 18. Osc 2 Tune
19. Osc 2 Fine Tune 20. Osc 2 LFO Modulation 21. Osc 2 ENV Modulation 22. Osc 2 Mode 23. Osc 2 PWM 24. Osc 2 XMod 25. Osc 2 Level 26. LFO Wave 27. LFO Delay 28. LFO Rate 29. Chorus/FX Rate 30. Chorus Mode 31. HPF Mode 32. Filter Cutoff 33. Filter Resonance 34. Filter LFO Modulation 35. Filter ENV Modulation 36. Filter Key Follow Amount
37. Filter/EG1 Attack 38. Filter/EG1 Decay 39. Filter/EG1 Sustain 40. Filter/EG1 Release 41. Filter Mode 42. VCA/EG2 Attack 43. VCA/EG2 Decay 44. VCA/EG2 Sustain 45. VCA/EG2 Release 46. VCA Mode 47. VCA Level 48. Ext Level 49. Power 50. MIDI Input 51. MIDI Output 52. MIDI Through 53. External Input
Mode The Mode controls (7) (22) (41) (46) use will change with each synthesizer type selected. In the initial design concept the Oscillator Mode buttons where envisaged to select the source of the PWM control but this has changed as the Patch Editor has developed. An example of a use of this button is in the Roland Juno-1 where this button will select the PW wave form. The exact use is detailed in the supported synthesizer tables. Osc PWM The Oscillator PWM (8) (23) controls normally controls the Pulse Width Modulation but use can vary. The exact use is detailed in the supported synthesizer tables.
Osc 1 & 2 Level & Noise
These controls (9) (25) (10) are the mixer section of the synthesizer and normally sets the levels of Oscillator 1 & 2 and the Noise source. These can also have other uses depending on the synthesizer type selected. An example of this is the Roland MKS-80 which has no Oscillator Level controls so Oscillator Level 1 is used as the Tone 1 & 2 Balance, Oscillator Level 2 is used as the Upper/Lower Balance and the Noise Level is used for the Manual XMod control.

Menu Buttons These three buttons (12) (13) (14) select the menu level and allow setup changes. The number at the bottom left of the display above the first menu button (12) always shows the current menu level. Menu level 0 is the normal play mode and the first menu
Menu Level 0 button will show green. In all other menus this button will show red. The last menu level will cycle back to the first. The use of the second (13) and third (14) menu buttons vary and will always show on the display. This is the normal play mode. The second menu button (13) will always act as the manual send in this menu level. The third menu button (14) will change depending on the synthesizer type selected. For the Roland MKS-70 & MKS-80 the third menu button will allow upper/lower tone select (see MKS70 bug report in the synthesizer tables regarding this feature). This menu level selects the active synthesizer type. This menu level sets the outgoing MIDI channel for commands to the Synthesizer selected. The second (13) and third (14) menu buttons allow any channel to be selected from 1 to 16. Each synthesizer type will store the MIDI channel separately which will allow more than one synthesizer to be controlled using the Patch Editor. Only the active synthesizer can be controlled 'live' but any supported type can be controlled via SysEx. The synthesizer type in the Patch Editor can be quickly changed using menu level 4. This menu level sets the incoming MIDI channel for commands to the Patch Editor. The second (13) and third (14) menu buttons allow any channel to be selected from 1 to 16. This menu level sets the ID number for the Patch Editor. The second (13) and third (14) menu buttons allow any ID to be selected from 1 to 16. This ID will be required for future releases. This menu level sets the brightness of the LEDs to suit the light levels. This menu level allows any continuous control to be 'mapped' to the external input. Moving any continuous control while in this menu level will 'map' that control. The currently 'mapped' control will be over written if another control is moved. The 'mapping' is cleared by menu button 3 (14). Once a control has been 'mapped' the External Input level control (48) will flash during mapping and stay lit in normal play mode. While in this mode the external level is displayed on the right side of the display. The XMod button (24) will select between the various Cross Modulation options available. The types available will depend on the synthesizer type selected. Filter Key Follow Amount This control (36) sets the amount of key follow modulation for the filter cutoff.

Menu Level 1 Menu Level 2

EG1/EG2 ADSR

These controls (37) (38) (39) (40) (42) (43) (44) (45) set the shape of the EG1 and EG2 Envelopes. The EG1 envelope, if used, will normally control the Filter via the ENV mod control (35). If the EG1 is not used then the EG2 will be the source of all the ENV Mod controls. For synthesizer types that have more complex ADSR controls with extra break levels etc these are controlled to make them act like a ADSR type control. The VCA Mode control (46) sets the VCA Mode and will vary depending on the synthesizer being controlled. It will normally select between Gate and Env. The Level will set the final VCA level (47) if available for the the synthesizer type selected. If there is no VCA level available then this control will send a MIDI volume level control.
Menu Level 3 Menu Level 4 Menu Level 5 Menu Level 6

VCA Mode and Level

Ext Level
The External Level control (48) will adjust the external level input. If a continuous control has been 'mapped' to the external input then this control will set the maximum level of the External Input for that control. The external input and the 'mapped' control will overwrite each other with the output jumping to which ever is used.

Osc 2 XMod

LFO Controls
Not all wave types are available for all synthesizer types (26). Some synthesizer types only provide a sine wave. The Korg DW-6000 and the Roland Juno-1 are examples of this. The LFO Delay (27) and LFO Rate (28) are common to all synthesizer types supported. Used for synthesizers that support Chorus and FX (29) (30).

Chorus Controls

HPF Mode
High Pass Filter select (31). Some synthesizers have buttons select control for the HPF and some have a continuous variable control. Where a variable control is used the HPF mode button will provide 10 levels of HPF and the PW control of Oscillator 2 will give continuous variable control. Both of these controls will overwrite each other. The HPF setting will jump to which ever control is used. Low Pass Filter Cutoff (32) and Resonance Adjust (33). This control is common to all synthesizer types.

PROGRAM UPDATE

The KiwiTechnics Patch Editor Update Mode is entered by pressing the HPF button while the PE is powered on. The Update file is then 'played' into the PE using midiOX or similar. The update progress is displayed on the Display. Once the 'Update Successful' message is displayed the PE should be repowered. It is important that there is no midi devices are in the chain between the PC sending the update and the PE being updated. A direct link is required.
Osc 1 Range (1) 16', 8', 4' Sawtooth, Pulse, Square Not Used Not Used When selected using (7) controls both Oscillators When selected using (7) controls both Oscillators Used to enable Osc 1 LFO & Env modulation (see notes) Not Used Osc 1 & 2 Mix Not Used 16', 8', 4' Sawtooth, Pulse, Square, Noise HPF Continuous control Active Active Not Used Not Used Used to enable Osc 2 LFO & Env modulation (see notes) Not Used Sync Off, Sync On, Metal Not Used LFO Wave (26) LFO Delay (27) LFO Speed (28) Chorus/FX Rate (29) Chorus/FX Mode (30) HPF (31) LPF Cutoff (32) LPF Resonance (33) Filter LFO Modulation (34) Filter ENV Modulation (35) Filter Key Follow (36) Filter ADSR (37-40) Filter Mode (41) VCA ADSR (42-45) VCA Mode (46) VCA Level (47) Triangle, Square, Random Active Active Not Used Chorus On, Chorus Off Off, 10% to 100% - For continuous control use (17) Active Active Active Active Active Not Used EG Normal, EG Inv Active Envelope, Gate Active

SYNTH TABLES

Roland JX-3P and MKS-30
Cable requirements The Roland JX-3P will require a special cable to connect between the Patch Editor and the Roland JX-3P or MKS-30 as this synthesizer uses a propriety data format that is not MIDI compatible for the parameter control. Parameter control must be done through the PG-200 cable connection. The wiring for the required cable is as per the diagram.
Osc 1 Wave (2) Osc 1 PW (3) Osc 1 Tune (4) Osc 1 LFO Mod (5) Osc 1 ENV Mod (6) Osc 1 Mode (7) Osc 1 PWM (8) Osc 1 Level (9) Noise Level (10) Osc 2 Range (15) Osc 2 Wave (16) Osc 2 PW (17)
The way the JX-3P has been constructed the MIDI is cut off when the programmer interface is selected via the select switch on the back. It is not possible as far as we have found to send MIDI data through the programmer interface meaning full computer control of the JX-3P is not possible. Because of this the output to the JX-3P is filtered so that no incoming MIDI is output to the JX-3P which causes unpredictable results in the JX-3P The MIDI through port is unaffected. and will still mirror any incoming MIDI data. In development is a 3P upgrade which will solve these issues.

Osc 2 Tune (18) Osc 2 Fine Tune (19) Osc 2 LFO Mod (20) Osc 2 ENV Mod (21) Osc 2 Mode (22) Osc 2 PWM (23)

Equivalent controls

Osc 2 XMod Osc 2 Level (25)

Roland JX-3P Notes

The oscillator design in the JX-3P is a digital system and the filter uses the custom Roland chip the IR3109 for each of the six voices. The two voice oscillators share common LFO and Envelope modulation amount controls. These are changed using the oscillator 1 controls which will effect both oscillator 1 and 2 if enabled with the select switches. Oscillators 1 & 2 have separate switches to enable LFO and Env mods which have been combined with the polarity selection on the Patch Editor. The PWM Mode buttons on each oscillator will step through all the possible combinations. Please see the bug report below in regard to these buttons. Note that if the envelope is reversed in (7) or (22) for one oscillator it will reverse for both. Note also that because the JX-3P combines several switches into one command, changing one causes the others to be sent as well with whatever settings are on the Patch Editor. This is unavoidable due to the way the Roland JP-3P is controlled. These combinations are 1) Oscillators 1&2 Range and Wave selections 2) Oscillator 1&2 LFO & Env Mod Settings, VCA Mode, Filter Env Polarity and Cross Mod setting 3) Chorus On/Off, LFO Wave select and Oscillator Env Polarity On the Roland PG-200 the High Pass Filter is a continuous control so the HPF button has been made into an eleven step control. As another option the Osc 2 PW slider (which is not required for the JX-3P synthesizer) has been configured to operate the HPF to allow continuous control. Both of these controls will overwrite each other. The HPF setting on the JX-3P will jump to which ever control is used.

Roland JX-3P Bug Report

If you change multiple switches together they are not always actioned and can be missed. This also happens if you are using a PG-200 controller and is a known issue. The manual button on the Patch Editor does not work as intended on the JX-3P possibly for this reason.

Roland JX-3P Controls

Roland JX-3P KiwiTechnics Upgrade
Cable requirements The Roland 3P KiwiTechnics Upgrade uses a standard MIDI cable
Roland JX-3P KiwiTechnics Upgrade Controls Page 2

Osc 2 Fine Tune (19) Osc 2 LFO Mod (20) Osc 2 ENV Mod (21) Osc 2 Mode (22) Osc 2 PWM (23) Osc 2 XMod Osc 2 Level (25)
Roland KiwiTechnics JX-3P Upgrade Notes
The oscillator design in the JX-3P is a digital system and the filter uses the custom Roland chip the IR3109 for each of the six voices. The KiwiTechnics Upgrade has realized the full potential of the 3P and provides full midi control for all parameters. More details can be found in the KiwiTechnics 3P Upgrade manual.

Roland Juno-106

Cable requirements The Roland Juno-106 uses a standard MIDI cable Roland Juno 106 Notes The Juno 106 synthesizers have one oscillator which is divided by two to give a sub oscillator for each of the six voices. The oscillator design is a digital system and the filter and the VCA is the custom Roland chip the 80017a filter hybrid for each of the six voices. The oscillator 1 Wave switch (1) is used to step though the possible wave types. These are Sawtooth and Pulse or combination only. There is no separate EG controls for the filter and the VCA EG controls (42-45) are used for Oscillator, Filter and VCA modulation.
The Roland Juno-106 did not have a dedicated controller available.
Note: Because the switch settings are combined into two commands changing one switch will cause the others in the same command to be sent also with whatever settings are on the Patch Editor. This is unavoidable due to the way the Juno-106 is controlled.
Not Used (sine only) Active Active Not Used Chorus Off, Mode 1, Mode2 Active Active Active Active Active Active Not Used Envelope Polarity Active Envelope, Gate Active

Roland Juno-106 Controls

Osc 1 Range (1) Osc 1 Wave (2) Osc 1 PW (3) Osc 1 Tune (4) Osc 1 LFO Mod (5) Osc 1 ENV Mod (6) Osc 1 Mode (7) Osc 1 PWM (8) Osc 1 Level (9) Noise Level (10) Osc 2 Range (15) Osc 2 Wave (16) Osc 2 PW (17) Osc 2 Tune (18) Osc 2 Fine Tune (19) Osc 2 LFO Mod (20) Osc 2 ENV Mod (21) Osc 2 Mode (22) Osc 2 PWM (23) Osc 2 XMod (24) Osc 2 Level (25) 16', 8', 4' Sawtooth / Pulse Only Not Used Not Used Active Not Used PWM Source Select - LFO or Manual Active Not Used Active Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Sub Osc Level LFO Wave (26) LFO Delay (27) LFO Speed (28) Chorus/FX Rate (29) Chorus/FX Mode (30) HPF (31) LPF Cutoff (32) LPF Resonance (33) Filter LFO Modulation (34) Filter ENV Modulation (35) Filter Key Follow (36) Filter ADSR (37-40) Filter Mode (41) VCA ADSR (42-45) VCA Mode (46) VCA Level (47)
Switch combinations are 1) Chorus, Wave and Range selections. 2) HP Filter, VCA Env, Envelope Polarity & PWM selections.
Roland Juno-1 Juno-2 and HS-10
Cable requirements The Roland Juno-1/HS-10 uses a standard MIDI cable
Roland Juno-1/HS-10 Controls
Osc 1 Range (1) Osc 1 Wave (2) Osc 1 PW (3) Osc 1 Tune (4) Osc 1 LFO Mod (5) Osc 1 ENV Mod (6) Osc 1 Mode (7) Osc 1 PWM (8) Osc 1 Level (9) 32',16', 8', 4' Sawtooth Waveform Select Active Not Used Active Active PW Waveform Select Active Not Used Active (0-3 range) Not Used Sub Osc Waveform & Octave Select DCO Aftertouch Depth Not Used Not Used VCF Aftertouch VCA Aftertouch Used to select Env type for Osc ENV Mod Envelope Key Follow Not Used Sub Osc Level (0-3 Range) LFO Wave (26) LFO Delay (27) LFO Speed (28) Chorus/FX Rate (29) Chorus/FX Mode (30) HPF (31) LPF Cutoff (32) LPF Resonance (33) Filter LFO Modulation (34) Filter ENV Modulation (35) Filter Key Follow (36) Filter ADSR (37-40) Filter Mode (41) VCA ADSR (42-45) VCA Mode (46) VCA Level (47) Not Used (sine only) Active Active Active (Chorus Rate) Chorus On, Chorus Off Active Active Active Active Active Active Not Used Active EG Mode Active Envelope, Gate Active

Noise Level (10) Osc 2 Range (15) Osc 2 Wave (16) Osc 2 PW (17) Osc 2 Tune (18) Osc 2 Fine Tune (19) Osc 2 LFO Mod (20) Osc 2 ENV Mod (21) Osc 2 Mode (22) Osc 2 PWM (23) Osc 2 XMod (24) Osc 2 Level (25)
Roland Juno 1, Juno 2 & HS-10 Notes
The Juno 1, Juno 2 & HS-10 synthesizers have one oscillator and a sub oscillator for each of the six voices. The oscillator design is a digital system and the filter and the VCA is the custom Roland chip the IR3R05 for each of the six voices. The HS10 is the same as the Juno-1 apart from the panel sticker on the front. The oscillator 1 Wave switch (1) is used to step though all possible Sawtooth wave types. These are Off, Sawtooth type 1, Sawtooth type 2, Sawtooth type 3+PW, Sawtooth type 4 and Sawtooth type 5. For the Sawtooth type 3+PW waveform the PW level control (3) is used to adjust the PW and the PWM Speed control (8) is used to give a PWM LFO effect. Fully off on the PWM Speed (8) stops the LFO and PW control is manual only using the PW control (3). These controls will have no effect for the other Sawtooth wave types. The oscillator 1 Mode switch is used to step through all the possible pulse wave types. Valid types are Off, Pulse type 1, Pulse type 2 and Pulse type 3+PW. For the Pulse type 3+PW waveform the PW level control is used to adjust the PW and the PWM Speed control is used to give a PWM LFO effect. Fully off on the PWM Speed stops the LFO and PW control is manual only using the PW control. These controls will have no effect for the other Pulse wave types. Oscillator 2 on the Patch Editor is used to control the sub oscillator. The oscillator 2 wave switch (16) is used to step through all the possible sub oscillator wave forms and octaves. These are -1 octave Square Wave, minus one octave Pulse wave type 1, 2 and 3, minus 2 octaves Square wave and minus 2 octaves pulse wave. This and the level control (25) are the only valid controls for the sub oscillator. Oscillator 2 Mode Button (22) is used to select the envelope mode for the Osc ENV mod (6). Valid options are Normal, Inverted, Normal with Dynamics, Inverted with Dynamics. The Filter Mode Button (41) has the same options for the Filter ENV control (35). There is no separate EG controls for the filter and the VCA EG controls (42-45) are used for Oscillator, Filter and VCA modulation. The VCA Mode Button (46) has 4 valid options. Envelope, Gate, Envelope with Dynamics and Gate with Dynamics

Roland JX-8P Controls

Roland JX-8P
Cable requirements The Roland JX-8P uses a standard MIDI cable
Osc 1 Range (1) Osc 1 Wave (2) Osc 1 PW (3) Osc 1 Tune (4) Osc 1 LFO Mod (5) Osc 1 ENV Mod (6) Osc 1 Mode (7) Osc 1 PWM (8) Osc 1 Level (9)
16', 8', 4',2' Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise Not Used Active Active Active Osc 1 & 2 Envelope Source Select Not Used DCO Mixer 1 Control Used for Mixer Modulation 16', 8', 4',2' Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise DCO Aftertouch Depth Active Active Active Active Selects Dyn type for Oscs, Mixer, VCF & VCA Not Used Off, Sync 1, Sync 2, XMod DCO 2 Mixer Control

LFO Wave (26) LFO Delay (27) LFO Speed (28) Chorus/FX Rate (29) Chorus/FX Mode (30) HPF (31) LPF Cutoff (32) LPF Resonance (33) Filter LFO Mod (34) Filter ENV Mod (35) Filter Key Follow (36) Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40) Filter Mode (41) VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45) VCA Mode (46) VCA Level (47)
Sine, Square, Random Active Active Not Active Chorus Off, Chorus Mode 1 and 2 Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Filter Envelope Source Select Active Envelope (EG2 only), Gate Active
Roland JX-8P Notes The JX-8P has two separate oscillators. The oscillator design in the JX-8P is a digital system and the filter and the VCA use the custom Roland chip the IR3R05 for each of the six voices. Oscillator 1 & 2 share a common envelope type for the ENV Modulation controls (6) (21). The Oscillator 1 Mode Button (7) selects the envelope type and source for both Oscillators and the Filter Mode Button (41) selects the envelope type and source for the Filter. Valid options are EG1 (37-40) Normal, EG1 Inverted, EG2 (42-45) Normal and EG2 Inverted. Oscillator 2 Mode switch (22) is used to set the Dynamics for both Oscillators, the Mixer, VCF & VCA. These are all set to the same value. Valid options are 0 (off), 1, 2 and 3.

Roland MKS-70/JX-10

Cable requirements The Roland MKS-70 and JX-10 uses a standard MIDI cable. The JX-10 must have the Colin Fraser upgrade fitted (JX-10SE) to use this setting. The JX-10 can also be run from the PG-800 setting using a special cable. For details see the PG-800 Synthesizer Table.

Roland MKS-70 Controls

Osc 1 Range (1) Osc 1 Wave (2) Osc 1 PW (3) Osc 1 Tune (4) Osc 1 LFO Mod (5) Osc 1 ENV Mod (6) Osc 1 Mode (7) Osc 1 PWM (8) Osc 1 Level (9) Noise Level (10) 16', 8', 4',2' Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise Not Used Active Active Active Osc 1 & 2 Envelope Source Select Not Used DCO Mixer 1 Control Used for Mixer Modulation 16', 8', 4',2' Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise DCO Aftertouch Depth Active Active Active Active Selects Dyn type for Oscs, Mixer, VCF & VCA Not Used Off, Sync 1, Sync 2, XMod DCO 2 Mixer Control LFO Wave (26) LFO Delay (27) LFO Speed (28) Chorus/FX Rate (29) Chorus/FX Mode (30) HPF (31) LPF Cutoff (32) LPF Resonance (33) Filter LFO Mod (34) Filter ENV Mod (35) Filter Key Follow (36) Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40) Filter Mode (41) VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45) VCA Mode (46) VCA Level (47) Sine, Square, Random Active Active Not Active Chorus Off, Chorus Mode 1 and 2 Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Filter Envelope Source Select Active Envelope (EG2 only), Gate Active
Osc 2 Range (15) Osc 2 Wave (16) Osc 2 PW (17) Osc 2 Tune (18) Osc 2 Fine Tune (19) Osc 2 LFO Mod (20) Osc 2 ENV Mod (21) Osc 2 Mode (22) Osc 2 PWM (23) Osc 2 XMod (24) Osc 2 Level (25)

Roland MKS-70 Notes

The MKS-70 has two separate oscillators. The oscillator design in the MKS-70 is a digital system and the filter and the VCA is the custom Roland chip the IR3R05 for each of the six voices. The circuitry is very similar to the JX-8P and the JX -10. The MKS-70 is basically two JX-10 voice boards fitted into a rack mount case. The two boards are called Tone A and Tone B and can have completely independent settings. The Patch Editor can address these separately on the MKS-70 or simultaneously via the Tone Select Button (menu button 3) (14). This feature will not work on the JX-10 with the Colin Fraser Upgrade and the boards must be swapped using the synthesizer buttons. All controls will only effect the selected Tone Board (A or B) and the non selected Tone Board will remain unchanged. Oscillator 1 & 2 share a common envelope type for the ENV Modulation controls (6) (21). The Oscillator 1 Mode Button (7) selects the envelope type and source for both Oscillators and the Filter Mode Button (41) selects the envelope type and source for the Filter. Valid options are EG1 (37-40) Normal, EG1 Inverted, EG2 (42-45) Normal and EG2 Inverted. Oscillator 2 Mode switch (22) is used to set the Dynamics for both Oscillators, the Mixer, VCF & VCA. These are all set to the same value. Valid options are 0 (off), 1, 2 and 3.

Roland MKS-70 Bug Report

During testing a problem was found with the MKS-70. Program releases v1.03 and v1.04 only allow access to Tone Board A via the MIDI port. Commands sent to Tone Board B effect the front panel correctly but actually only change Tone Board A settings. To correct this the MKS-70 needs to have the latest 'A' program v1.08 fitted. v1.05,1.06 & 1.07 have not been tested and may or may not work. Only the assigner board Rom labeled 'A' needs to be changed to version v1.08 as the voice board ROMs ('B' & 'C') are unchanged despite the release number changing to v1.06. The 'A' Rom can be purchased from http://www.vintageplanet.nl/ or possibly Roland but we have had issues getting support for the older equipment. Press and hold the Value Switch at power on will display the version number of the A ROM on the MKS-70.

Roland PG-800 / JX-10

Cable requirements The Roland JX-10 will require a special cable to connect between the Patch Editor and the Roland JX-10 as this synthesizer uses a propriety data format that is not MIDI compatible for the parameter control. Parameter control must be done through the PG-800 cable connection. The wiring for the required cable is as per the diagram.

Roland JX-10 Controls

Osc 1 Range (1) Osc 1 Wave (2) Osc 1 PW (3) Osc 1 Tune (4) Osc 1 LFO Mod (5) Osc 1 ENV Mod (6) Osc 1 Mode (7) Osc 1 PWM (8) Osc 1 Level (9) Noise Level (10) Osc 2 Range (15) Osc 2 Wave (16) Osc 2 PW (17) Osc 2 Tune (18) Osc 2 Fine Tune (19) Osc 2 LFO Mod (20) 16', 8', 4',2' Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise Not Used Active Active Active Osc 1 & 2 Envelope Source Select Not Used DCO Mixer 1 Control Used for Mixer Modulation 16', 8', 4',2' Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise DCO Aftertouch Depth Active Active Active Active Selects Dyn type for Oscs, Mixer, VCF & VCA Not Used Off, Sync 1, Sync 2, XMod DCO 2 Mixer Control LFO Wave (26) LFO Delay (27) LFO Speed (28) Chorus/FX Rate (29) Chorus/FX Mode (30) HPF (31) LPF Cutoff (32) LPF Resonance (33) Filter LFO Mod (34) Filter ENV Mod (35) Filter Key Follow (36) Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40) Filter Mode (41) VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45) VCA Mode (46) VCA Level (47) Sine, Square, Random Active Active Not Active Chorus Off, Chorus Mode 1 and 2 Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Filter Envelope Source Select Active Envelope (EG2 only), Gate Active

KORG DW-6000 Controls

Osc 1 Range (1) Osc 1 Wave (2) Osc 1 PW (3) Osc 1 Tune (4) Osc 1 LFO Mod (5) Osc 1 ENV Mod (6) Osc 1 Mode (7) Osc 1 PWM (8) Osc 1 Level (9) Noise Level (10) Osc 2 Range (15) Osc 2 Wave (16) Osc 2 PW (17) Osc 2 Tune (18) Osc 2 Fine Tune (19) Osc 2 LFO Mod (20) Osc 2 ENV Mod (21) Osc 2 Mode (22) Osc 2 PWM (23) Osc 2 XMod (24) Osc 2 Level (25) 16', 8', 4' 8 Preprogrammed Wave types Not Used Not Used Active - effects both Oscillators Not Used Not Used Not Used Active Active 16', 8', 4' 8 Preprogrammed Wave types Not Used Osc 2 Interval (unison, minor 3rd, major 3rd, perfect 4th and perfect 5th) Osc 2 Detune Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used DCO 2 Mixer Control LFO1 Wave (26) LFO1 Delay (27) LFO1 Speed (28) Chorus/FX Rate (29) Chorus/FX Mode (30) HPF (31) LPF Cutoff (32) LPF Resonance (33) Filter LFO Modulation (34) Filter ENV Modulation (35) Filter Key Follow (36) Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40) Filter Mode (41) VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45) VCA Mode (46) VCA Level (47) Not Used - LFO is sine wave only Active Active Not Used Chorus Off, Chorus On Not Used Active Active Active Active Active Active Filter Envelope Polarity Active Envelope (EG2 only), Gate Active

KORG DW-8000

Cable and MIDI requirements The Korg DW8000 uses a standard MIDI cable, Parameter 84 needs to be set to the same channel number that is programmed into the Patch Editor (or set to Omni using Parameter 86). Parameter 85 needs to be set to 2 to enable SysEx control. Korg DW-8000 Notes The DW-8000 uses two separate voice generators which are not VCOs but rather are preprogrammed wave form generators which change their frequency depending on the note played. The waveforms are generated from ROM (Read Only Memory) look up tables and the frequencies are calculated in real time by very fast hardware multipliers and a DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) to produce the final waveform. When you think that this system is calculating complex waveforms for 16 separate waveforms simultaneously (up to 8 notes with 2 oscillators each) all in real time it is fairly impressive. A more conventional filter and VCA is used which uses the NJM2069 combo chip for each of the 8 voices. The oscillators 1 and 2 Range buttons are used to step through all possible octaves. These are 16', 8' and 4'. The oscillators 1 and 2 Wave buttons are used to step though all possible programmed wave types. These are Brass & Strings, Clarinet, Acoustic Piano, Electric Piano, Electric Piano Hard, Clavicord ,Organ, Brass, Saxophone, Violin, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar (distorted), Electric Bass, Digital Bass, Bell and Organ/Whistle. The Oscillator 2 tune will change the oscillator 1 and 2 interval. Possible interval options are unison (same as Oscillator 1) , minor 3rd, major 3rd, perfect 4th and perfect 5th. The Fine Tune control on the Patch Editor will provide Oscillator 2 Detune. The Oscillator 1 LFO modulation control will effect both oscillators 1 and 2. The Filter Keyboard Track has three possible levels, Off, 50% and 100% and the Filter Mode button will invert the filter envelope. Green is a normal envelope and red is inverted. The Envelopes in the DW-8000 use extra controls. In addition to Attack, Decay, Sustain and Release there are break level and slope controls. The Patch Editor sets the slope equal to the decay and the break level to maximum and break time to minimum which has the effect of changing the envelope generators to the four control system. The DW8000 has a comprehensive delay section. This has been placed in the unused Oscillator 2 modulation area, the FX/Chorus rate control & the VCA Level control is used to set the Delay level.

Osc 1 Level (9) Noise Level (10) Osc 3 Range (15) Osc 3 Wave (16)

Waldorf Controls Page 1

Osc 1 Range (1) Osc 1 Wave (2) Osc 1 PW (3) Osc 1 Tune (4) Osc 1 LFO Mod (5) Osc 1 ENV Mod (6) Osc 1 Mode (7) Osc 1 PWM (8) Osc 1 Level (9) Noise Level (10) Osc 2 Range (15) Osc 2 Wave (16) Osc 2 PW (17) Osc 2 Tune (18) Osc 2 Fine Tune (19) Osc 2 LFO Mod (20) Osc 2 ENV Mod (21) Osc 2 Mode (22) Osc 2 PWM (23) Osc 2 XMod (24) Osc 2 Level (25) 32', 16', 8', 4', 2' Sine, Tri, Saw, Pulse, Alt 1, Alt 2 DCO 1 Pulse Width DCO 1 Semitone Adjust Not Used Not Used Not Used DCO 1 Pulse Width Mod DCO 1 Level Noise / Ext In Level 32', 16', 8', 4', 2' Sine, Tri, Saw, Pulse, Alt 1, Alt 2 DCO 2 Pulse Width DCO 2 Semitone Adjust DCO 2 Fine Detune Not Used Not Used Not Used DCO 2 Pulse Width Mod Not Used DCO 2 Level LFO1 Wave (26) LFO1 Delay (27) LFO1 Speed (28) Chorus/FX Rate (29) Chorus/FX Mode (30) HPF (31) LPF 1 Cutoff (32) LPF 1 Resonance (33) Filter 1 LFO Mod (34) Filter 1 ENV Mod (35) Filter Key Follow (36) Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40) Filter Mode (41) VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45) VCA Mode (46) VCA Level (47) Sine, Triangle, Sawtooth, Pulse Active Active Portamento Time Not Used Not Used Active Active Active Active Active Active Not Used Active Not Used Active
Osc 3 PW (17) Osc 3 Tune (18) Osc 3 Fine Tune (19) Osc 3 LFO Mod (20) Osc 3 ENV Mod (21) Osc 3 Mode (22) Osc 3 PWM (23) Osc 3 XMod (24) Osc 3 Level (25)
Waldorf Notes The Waldorf tables use Midi CC commands which should work on most Waldorf models. This table is untested though as we have not had a Waldorf to test these commands.

Oberhiem Matrix 1000

Cable and MIDI requirements Oberheim Matrix 1000 Notes Some Sysex commands on the Oberheim Matrix 1000 are very slow responding to sysex and it does not respond well to large numbers of commands in rapid succession. This is especially so for the filter cutoff. When a series of Sysex commands are sent to the M1000 the synth will stop responding and hang notes or have other random problems until it catches up. This makes it unsuitable to control parameters in a live situation but a patch has been provided to help set up the M1000.
The Oberheim Matrix 10000 uses a standard MIDI cable.
Oberheim Matrix 1000 Controls
Osc 1 Range (1) Osc 1 Wave (2) Osc 1 PW (3) Osc 1 Tune (4) Osc 1 LFO Mod (5) Osc 1 ENV Mod (6) Osc 1 Mode (7) Osc 1 PWM (8) Osc 1 Level (9) Noise Level (10) Osc 2 Range (15) Osc 2 Wave (16) Osc 2 PW (17) Osc 2 Tune (18) Osc 2 Fine Tune (19) Osc 2 LFO Mod (20) Osc 2 ENV Mod (21) Osc 2 Mode (22) Osc 2 PWM (23) Osc 2 XMod (24) Osc 2 Level (25) Not Used Saw, Tri, Pulse, Pulse+Saw, Pulse+Tri DCO 1 Initial Pulse Width Amount DCO 1 Tune Semitones DCO 1 LFO Modulation Not Used DCO 1 Envelope Source EG1, EG1 inv, EG2, EG2 inv DCO 1 LFO2 PWM Modulation Amount Oscillator 1 <> 2 Mix Not Used Not Used Saw, Tri, Pulse, Pulse+Saw, Pulse+Tri DCO 2 Initial Pulse Width Amount DCO 2 Tune Semitones DCO 2 Detune Cents DCO 2 LFO Modulation Not Used DCO 2 Envelope Source EG1, EG1 inv, EG2, EG2 inv DCO 2 LFO2 PWM Modulation Amount Sync On/Off Not Used LFO1 Wave (26) LFO1 Delay (27) LFO1 Speed (28) Chorus/FX Rate (29) Chorus/FX Mode (30) HPF (31) LPF Cutoff (32) LPF Resonance (33) Filter LFO Modulation (34) Filter ENV Modulation (35) Filter Key Follow (36) Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40) Filter Mode (41) VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45) VCA Mode (46) VCA Level (47) Tri, Up Saw, Down Saw, Sqr, Random, Noise, Sample Mod LFO 1 Rate LFO 2 Rate Not Used Not Used Not Used Active Active Active Active Active Active Not Used Active Not Used Active

MIDI IMPLEMENTATION

Parameter Name Osc 2 Wave Noise Square Pulse Triangle Sawtooth Osc 2 Pulse Width Osc 2 Tune Osc 2 Fine Tune Osc 2 LFO Mod Osc 2 ENV Mod Osc 2 PWM Mode Env LFO Key Osc 2 PWM Adjust Osc 2 Sync X 0 Sync Metal Osc 2 Level LFO Wave Random Square Triangle Sawtooth DW-6000 uses 8 wave forms (valid data 0-7) DW-8000 uses 16 wave forms (valid data 0-f) LFO Delay LFO Rate Chorus Mode Off On/nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) Filter Cutoff Filter Resonance nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) Filter LFO Mod Filter Env Mod Filter Key Mod Filter EG Attack 4 Filter EG Decay Filter EG Sustain Filter EG Release Chorus Rate High Pass Filter $21 (33) $22 (34) $23 (35) $24 (36) $25 (37) $26 (38) $27 (39) $28 (40) $29 (41) $20 (32) $4a (75) nn nn nn nn nn nn nn nn nn nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) $1e (30) $1f (31) $49 (74) 2 nn nn=$00-$7f (0-127) Roland JX-3P and MKS-80 have 11 steps $1d (29) $48 (73) nn nn nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) $1c (28) $47 (72) nn nn=$00-$7f (0-127) $17 (23) $18 (24) $19 (25) $1a (26) $1b (27) $46 (70) 2 nn nn=$00-$7f (0-127) Parameter Number $45 (69) 4 nn nn nn nn nn Data Notes DW-6000 uses 8 wave forms (valid data 0-7) DW-8000 uses 16 wave forms (valid data 0-f)

MidiCC Support

The Patch Editor will recognize MidiCC controlling commands. All MIDI data is sent out the MIDI out port except when the JX-3P synthesizer or PG-800 is selected. All MIDI output is suppressed for this synthesizer and interface. MIDI through is unaffected. This is explained more fully in the JX-3P/PG-200 and PG-800 Synthesizer Tables. The MidiCC commands will only output the selected synth.
nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127) nn=$00-$7f (0-127)

Important Note:

Because sysex commands are much longer than MidiCC commands the Patch Editor will need to output much more data than is sent to it. This will take extra time and there may be a noticeable lag if too much data is sent to the PE too quickly. If the Patch Editor buffer overflows data will be lost which could result in stuck notes and other random midi errors. MidiCC Codes recognised by the Patch Editor. All values are in hex ($xx) Format Bn xx yy Midi Command Code ($Bn) n=midi channel-1 $0-$f (0-15) xx = parameter number (see table below) yy = parameter data
Note: Parameters not active for the selected synthesizer or contain invalid data will be ignored Note: The Roland JX-3P uses $00-$ff as a control range. As this cannot be sent via SysEx the parameter value byte is doubled within the Patch Editor.

MidiCC Parameter Table

Parameter Name Osc 1 Range 32' 16' 8' 4' 2' Osc 1 Wave Noise Square Pulse Triangle Sawtooth Osc 1 Pulse Width Osc 1 Tune Osc 1 LFO Mod Osc 1 ENV Mod Osc 1 PWM Mode Env LFO Key Osc 1 PWM Adjust Osc 1 Level Noise Level Osc 2 Range 32' 16' 8' 4' 2' $14 (20) $15 (21) $16 (22) $44 (68) $10 (16) $11 (17) $12 (18) $13 (19) $43 (67) 2 nn nn nn $42 (66) 4 nn nn nn nn Parameter Number $41 (65) 4 Data Notes

 

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