JSynthLib is a "universal" synthesizer librarian and patch editor which supports several synths.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Editors MIDI librarian|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows POSIX Linux Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release works with Mac OS X again, adds installer-based Windows installation, fixes bugs, and adds the new synth drivers Behringer V-Amp 2, Emu Proteus/2, Roland D.50, Roland JD-800, Roland MKS-7, Roland SPD11, T.C. Electronics GMajor, T.C. Electronics M350, Yamaha SY77, Yamaha SY85, and Yamaha UB99.
Release Notes: Librarian and Editor support has been added for Korg X3, Midibox SID, Yamaha DX7-II, Yamaha TX802, Yamaha FSR1, and Roland TD6. Librarian-only support has been added for Access Virus, Ensoniq VFX, and NordLead. Librarian and Partial Editor support has been added for Yamaha Motif. Support for "Scenes" and bugfixes have been added.
Release Notes: Both Librarian and Editor support for the following synthesizers was added: Yamaha DX7, Yamaha TX7, Roland MKS-50, Roland Alpha Juno 1. In addition, Librarian-only support was added for the Alesis Andromeda A6, the Alesis QS Series, and the Korg Wavestation. Usability enhancements and several bugfixes were also added.
Release Notes: There is now librarian support for the Casio CZ1000/CZ3000, Peavey PC1600/1600x, and Roland XV5080. Support has been enhanced for the Kawai K5000 and Kawai K4/K4r. This release has the ability to auto-request sysex dumps from synthesizers. Automatic detection of synthesizers now works under Linux. Configuration can now be done per synthesizer rather than per driver. This release also contains several bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes librarian support for Kawai K5000, Ensoniq ESQ1, and Yamaha DX21/27/100, and the ability to receive sysex and master controller data.