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Sound Quest - MIDIQuest XL Version 10 - Hybrid

Sound Quest  - MIDIQuest XL Version 10 - Hybrid
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Name: MIDIQuest XL Version 10 - Hybrid
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Description:

If you like detail, here is a sampling of the new features that are unique to Midi Quest 10 XL. This list isn't complete but it does provide a good selection of the new features and of course, all Midi Quest 10 features are found in XL as well.

v10 XL Highlights

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info
x64 version of Midi Quest XL   x  
x64 versions of Midi Quest XL plug-ins (VST, MFX, Studio Connections)   x  
New plug-in versions of Midi Quest XL   x  
Instrument specific VST plug-in modules   x  
Instrument specific MFX plug-in modules   x  
Full support for the new Yamaha Studio Connections plug-in standard   x  

New Plug-in Features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info

2 different VST plug-in styles

  x  
2 different MFX plug-in styles   x  
Support for Yamaha's Studio Connections standard   x  
Fully independent instrument based MFX and VST plug-ins   x  
VST and MFX plug-in editor controls now respond to CC data recorded on sequencer tracks or real time CC data from an instrument or hardware controller in both the new VST instrument plug-in format and the original Midi Quest plug-ins   x  
Additional automation options including "Transmit on Load" and "Transmit on Stop"   x  
VST now supports "Transmit on Start" and "Transmit on Loop" automation events   x  
Continued support of VST automation for all controls   x  
New multi-threaded MIDI features result in far superior VST performance   x  
Midi Quest Preferences are now accessible from the plug-ins   x  
Complete rewrite of all plug-ins allows a single host to simultaneously run Midi Quest VST, MFX, and Studio Connections editors   x  
All individual instrument bitmaps required for Studio Connections   x  

For Developers

The following enhancements are all development related and will be of interest to those who make or modify their own instrument modules. These features are available to both Midi Quest and Midi Quest XL users however creating the instrument module requires Midi Quest XL.

New Patch Editor/Panel Window Developer features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info

10 new patch editor controls: Array, XY Slider, Multi Image, MIDI Filter, Note Counter, Range Slider, SysX Filter, Keyboard Display, Bitmap Slider, Timer control

x x  
feature enhancements for all original controls including new string formatting options for the String List control x x  
over 70 new SQML macros x x  
Real time MIDI messages are routed to editors (FA, FB, FC, F8, FE) for active processing x x  
SysX messages are routed to editors for real time updating and feedback x x  
Specify a macro to execute when editor closes x x  
Extract patch names from other editors, not just other patch banks x x  
Each skin can not specify Mac fonts independently of Windows fonts x x  
Support for kerning of bitmap fonts x x  
Specify whether the current control is highlighted or not independent of Preferences settings x x  
Block copy now supports copying a block of controls as well as a block of memory x x  
Editors can read and write to other data files in a group x x  
Create html help for each parameter in a panel x x  
All panels are saved with the version of the controls to ensure that when loaded, the control can be displayed as the panel author intended x x  
Block copy can now start on a bit edge instead of a byte edge x x  
Block can now be defined as a group of controls as well as a block of memory x x  
Block copy selection can now be specified based on driver ID allowing options to be available only if the edit is loaded by a particular driver x x  
Optimized Midi Quest editor engine provides faster rendering speeds x x  
.png graphics rendering  including transparency x x  
Every control now support for Channel A transparency x x  

New Bank Developer features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info

All major display elements can have their own colors specified

x x  
Display names using a bitmap font instead of a TT font x x  
Hide the button bar x x  
Specify a bank background bitmap x x  
Driver Defn must contain dir under INSTR that contains the file x x  
2 options: a) "Name of Driver".bmp or generically "Bank.bmp" x x  
Developer programmable Bank sort options x x  
Set in .ini file, each entry needs an offset and a name (eg 15, sample x x  
Need at least two levels: eg type and sub type or bank/sample x x  
Include a mask, for second value ofs = -1 means no second sort x x  

New Instrument Creator Developer features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info

Added all controls necessary to maintain all instrument specific VST, MFX, and Studio Connections editors including assigning unique GUIDs to all instruments

x x  
Device Inquiry recognition routines added x x  

New Driver features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info

MIDI Lock parameter locks CommCh and MidiCh together for instruments where they are always identical

x x  
VNameOfs parameter accepts negative values to allow bank name reads relative to end of the SysX instead of the beginning (necessary for some Roland instruments) by looking for an V7 terminator x x  
For drivers with PCH#, when upload/download, ask for storage location in separate dialog x x  
Dir - Each driver has its own independent path only used for file access x x  
Support for longer editor file names x x  
Inplace Editing parameter ensure patch is edited in selected location instead of default location x x  
bank select MSB and LSB parameters have two new special values.
-2 = substitute lower 7 bits of PCH #
-3 = substitute upper next 7 bits of PCH#
x x  
Chunk Trim Width for Windows and Mac allow for fine tuning of the width of each chunk of names in the Bank editor x x  
Type parameter specifies the type of data that the drive stores by name so that all related banks and individual patch drivers can be easily identified x x  

Congratulations! You're using hardware synths. You know something that many musicians have forgotten. Whatever the reason, hardware synths and effects simply sound better and are more reliable than plug-ins.

In an Integrated world...

Software synths and effects do have some great advantages. They work right inside your sequencer; you can easily store and access all of your sounds on the computer; and if you want, you can automate changes to your sounds while your sequence plays. All you have to do is twist the knobs of your soft-synth to record the changes.

Welcome to the world of Midi Quest 10 XL. With Midi Quest 10 XL, all of those great features that you have for your soft-synths are now available for your hardware synths and effects. Imagine being able to integrate all of your MIDI hardware into your digital audio sequencer and using it the same way you use your soft-synths. With Midi Quest XL, you can.

Midi Quest XL features its own VST, Studio Connections, and MFX plug-in versions that integrate virtual versions of your hardware into your sequencer. Your MIDI synthesizer or effect unit still creates all of the sound but you create a virtual version of the instrument's interface and integrate it right into your sequencer. After installation, you can audition sounds, organize a bank, edit a patch, record sound changes into a sequence, or do just about anything else that you would do with a soft-synth. You get all of the advantages of working on the computer without sacrificing that great hardware sound. Everything is handled from the comfort of your computer screen and in the digital audio sequencer of your choice. When you're done, all of your settings are saved with your song for immediate recall, just like a soft-synth.

Not only does Midi Quest XL make it easier to use your synth or effect hardware within your studio and sequencer software. Midi Quest XL makes it easier, much easier, to work with your MIDI hardware. Period.

Ask yourself...

Did you ever wish there was an easy way to get all of your instrument's patch names into your sequencer so that an accurate list was always displayed, even if the sounds stored in your instrument changed on a daily basis?

When was the last time you created a custom bank of sounds using just your instrument (without wanting to perform a Pete Townsend on it)?

Have you ever wished you could rearrange the sounds on your synth to match your organizational style but found the synth wasn't up to it. Or, you just didn't want to have to manually keep track of all of the links between Performances, Combis, Multis and their associated Programs, Patches, and Sounds.

Have you stopped tweaking patches because you don't have anywhere to store them, even when you created something great?

Have you stopped tweaking patches because you spend more time flipping through pages on the synthesizer than you do actually working on the sound?

Do you wish you could create some new variations of your favorite synth sounds but you don't have time to figure out what each one of those 1500 different parameters does or just where they're found on the instrument?

Are you tempting fate by not backing up your custom sounds. Almost every week there's a posting on the internet from someone saying "I did something incredibly stupid and I just lost all of my patches". 

Would you like to have a library of 5,000, 10,000, or 20,000 sounds for your instrument and actually be able to find the sounds you need, when you need them?

The Answer...

The solution is Midi Quest. Not only does Midi Quest provide you with one of the best ways to work with your MIDI hardware by integrating directly into your sequencer, it also gives you everything you need to get the most out of your MIDI hardware investment.

Midi Quest does this by providing a set of fully integrated tools that not only display, edit, and organize the settings of your instrument. It also maintains the relationships between the various types of data in your instrument.

If you want to create a new bank of sounds, its easy, just drag and drop the patches from one bank to another. Now, you want to create a new bank of Performances (also called Combis or Multis depending on the instrument). For Midi Quest, that's also easy. Midi Quest will copy over the selected Performances along with all of the sounds that those performances need to work correctly. Try doing that in other software or on your instrument.

If you want new sounds for your instrument but don't have time to learn every detail of synth programming, Midi Quest has easy click and go tools that will give you great new sounds without requiring that you understand every nuance of your instrument's audio engine.

With Midi Quest you can also be as detailed as you want to, with a control to tweak virtually every parameter in your instrument. Since Midi Quest uses the entire computer screen, you won't spend your life flipping through submenus and with the computer's virtually unlimited storage space you are free to make as many variations on a particular sound as you want. While Midi Quest's organizational tools will allow you to find the sounds you're looking for tomorrow or in a year from now.

Midi Quest supports over 650 synthesizers, drum machines, effects, and other MIDI devices so there is a good chance that we already support most, if not all, of your hardware.

Midi Quest 10 & 10 XL New Features

If you want a more detailed view of the enhancements for Midi Quest 10 and Midi Quest 10 XL, this is the page for you. This page provides a list of v10 highlights. There were many additional enhancements made to improve the overall operation of Midi Quest and Midi Quest XL.

v10 Highlights

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info
x64 version of Windows Midi Quest XL for Windows XP x64 and Windows Vista x64   x  
x64 versions of Midi Quest XL plug-ins (VST, MFX, Studio Connections) are ready when you go 64-bit   x  
Standard 32-bit Midi Quest and Midi Quest XL versions for Windows x x  
Intel and PPC versions of Midi Quest and Midi Quest XL for Apple Macintosh OSX 10.4 x x  
Windows and Macintosh versions included on the same DVD x x  
Fully independent MIDI I/O lets you edit and audition one instrument while simultaneously sending data to another instrument x x  
With a multi-port MIDI interface, all instruments can be updated simultaneously x x  
New plug-in versions of Midi Quest XL   x  
Instrument specific VST plug-in modules   x  
Instrument specific MFX plug-in modules   x  
Full support for the new Yamaha Studio Connections plug-in standard currently supported by Cubase, Nuendo, and Studio Manager applications   x  
Enhanced VST automation capabilities, features, and options   x  
Over 12 hours of AVI video tutorials are included on the DVD versions of Midi Quest and Midi Quest XL x x  

New Studio Window features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info
Custom Set dialog makes it easy to select the components for an instrument's custom set x x  
Two new ways to create new libraries - including a dialog listing all available library types x x  
Enhanced MIDIX import capabilities - Midi Quest now scans for the appropriate SysX data in a MIDIX file x x  
Enhanced FTP dialog allows Midi Quest to download instrument modules from alternate sites x x  
New progress dialog shows status of FTP downloads x x  
"Open to Instrument" display data files of a particular type to select and send directly to the instrument x x  
Enhanced MIDI channel selection using computer keyboard x x  
Enhanced Fast Tips file options: Midi Quest developers can now use html files to provide help instead of text files x x  
support for .SQZ update file version numbers to reduce downloading x x  
"Select All" function removed - no longer applicable x x  
"Instrument to Disk" options removed - not compatible with new multi-threaded MIDI I/O x x  
Register and un-register instruments for use as VST, Studio Connections and MFX plug-ins   x  

New Set Window features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info
Extensive enhancements to the Set Display including: x x  
improved graphic integration x x  
Instrument centric view x x  
Set displays graphic of currently selected instrument x x  
Select the active instrument by double clicking on instrument graphic and use the popup menu to select a new instrument to edit x x  
Previously opened editors are cached for "instant" editor switching and greatly improved graphic performance x x  
Selection state of banks is now maintained while switching between editors x x  
Editing of patches in banks is now handled in a separate window to provide additional working space x x  
Menu "Transmit" option now displays the name of the data to be sent x x  
"Get" SysX button added to the button bar x x  
Supports new UniQuest "one window" custom editors (TC-Helicon, TC-Electronic, etc) x x  
Fn keys switch between instruments in a multi-instrument Set x x  
Set menu lists all instruments in a multi-instrument Set x x  
Set window is now always in split mode x x  

New Bank Window features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info
Enhanced Undo capabilities including "Undo history" x x  
Improved ROM bank features - audition ROM banks without loading the SysX x x  
Improved numbering options for large banks x x  
Editing of patches in a bank in a set  x x  
Improved auto-sizing of new Bank windows x x  
Double click on patch automatically opens the editor x x  
Optional save of edited patch into Bank before saving Bank or Collection x x  
Improved copy/paste/swap editing between banks x x  
Auditioning of undefined patches now through standard patch change commands x x  
Added Get and Mix buttons to button bar x x  
"Shift+Esc" cancels drag operations x x  
XReference function is updated to include multiple banks and displays patch names instead of numbers  x x  
Drag and drop from a Multi/Combi from a Set to a Collection copies the Multi/Combi along with all child patches when possible x x  
Mix operation is enhanced with randomization biasing (set level of biasing between two patches) x x  
Specify a background bitmap x x  
Two new bank numbering formats added for Moog Source and Chroma Polaris compatibility x x  
Plug-in versions of Midi Quest now support all randomization functions   x  

New Editor Window features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info
One step Undo x x  
Auditionable Undo History x x  
Optional HTML help (alt+F1) x x  
"Learn" mode allows each control to be assigned to a CC number for remote editing by a keyboard or hardware controller x x  
Clear any CC assignment made using Learn mode x x  
Any copy block defined in any editor can be saved as a resource for use with any other patch. For example, save your favorite LFO settings to apply to any patch you wish x x  
"Store" menu option stores the current patch back in the source bank location x x  
"Store As" menu option displays a dialog allowing you to save the patch into any compatible bank in the Set x x  
Each control's popup value shows an asterisk (*) when the value has been edited x x  
Left clicking on a String List's drop button automatically displays the popup menu x x  
Tab control shows popup value x x  
Optional html help for each editor and/or parameter in the editor (alt+F1) x x  
Optional verification dialog when an initialized patch will be sent to the instrument to overwrite an existing patch x x  
Direct numeric entry is now uses a new popup dialog x x  
Patches can now be saved from a Bank editor split window x x  
Editor load and render progress bar x x  
"Shift+Esc" cancels any editor drag currently in progress x x  
"Ctrl+left click" on a parameter sets that parameter to its "init" value x x  
3 new standard skins designed for the new layout style x x  
All existing Midi Quest editors were modified to provide improved appearance x x  

Additional Instrument Support

Feature

Midi Quest 10 adds support for over 40 additional instruments
Midi Quest now supports over 650 instruments

New Collection features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info
Instantaneous editor switching after initial draw x x  
Bank editors retain their selection state during the entire session x x  
When the Collection is the active window, the MIDI menu shows which types of data are ready to be sent x x  
Added a "Get SysX" button to the button bar x x  
"Shift-Esc" key command cancels a drag operation in progress x x  
Send button is correctly disabled for ROM banks x x  

New Library Features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info
Click on column title alternately sorts ascending then descending order x x  

Specify number of patches to mix and blend in Library (in Preferences)

x x  
Each Key column can be uniquely named x x  
Query dialog is now able to search on the "Comment" parameter of each patch x x  
When adding a patch, if there is a name match or full patch match are given opportunity to cancel or change the patch name automatically or manually through a displayed dialog x x  
Editing of patch names directly in the Library list now correctly handled x x  
"Shift-Esc" key command cancels a drag operation in progress x x  

New MIDI I/O Features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info

Multi-threaded MIDI I/O

x x  
Save time by sending to SysX to multiple instruments simultaneously x x  
Save time by loading SysX from multiple instruments simultaneously x x  
Save time by continuing to edit & create patches while SysX is being sent to other instruments x x  
Support for up to 256 MIDI IN ports x x  
Support for up to 256 MIDI OUT ports x x  
Cancel menu option stops all queued MIDI OUT activity x x  
New MIDI Thru options x x  
New option to transmit all SysX data stored in a standard MIDI file x x  
Cntrl-T now always sends the selected data in the active window x x  
Cntrl-Shift-T now always sends the entire contents of a Collection or Set from the active window x x  
Cntrl-G now always loads the selected data from the instrument to the active window x x  

The MIDI Monitor Window features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info

Displays of real time activity for all MIDI OUT ports

x x  
Displays size of SysX messages greater than 16 bytes x x  
Displays the offset of each line of SysX to make finding specific offsets easier x x  
Shows all MIDI events even while bulk transmit/receive is occurring x x  

General features

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest 
XL
Info

Each type of instrument data can now (optionally) be stored in a different folder

x x  
All MIDI transmit and receive menu options now display the type of SysX x x  
"Online" menu provides direct links to important Sound Quest web pages x x  
all new windows are now created and opened just to the right of the Studio window for maximum visibility and screen usage x x  
integrated support for HTML help. This requires creation of HTML help files so watch for this as new instrument modules are released x x  
If supported by the instrument modules, creating Master INS or Patch Script name files will automatically include the instrument's ROM bank names even if those banks aren't currently loaded x x  
drum key names can be manually defined so that Midi Quest will create more complete MASTER.INS and Patchscript name files x x  
XML files are now automatically saved with the .midnam extension   x  
Main button bar can be hidden for additional work space x x  
MQ Remote window (XL only) allows any Set, Combination, Bank, or Patch to be transmitted under MIDI control x x  
standardized key command equivalents for sending and receiving SysX data x x  
expanded virtual keyboard in the MIDI controller window x x  

Midi Quest 10 includes an extensive collection of advanced features most of which are not found in any editor/librarian on any computer platform. Following is a selection of Midi Quest's unique features.

Feature

Midi
Quest
Midi
Quest
XL
Info

The only software support your MIDI hardware in VST, Studio Connections, and MFX plug-in standards.

  x  
The only software to offset sophisticated program automation by plugging into Infinity x x  
The only editor/librarian to support patch name export for all of the following applications: Cubase, Sonar, Cakewalk, Nuendo, PowerTracks, and ProTools x x
(ProTools only)
 
Includes over 70,000 patches and other SysX data (that's over 70MB of data covering most supporting instruments). Check the each individual instrument page for information on included patches. (DVD version only) x x  
Skins - Midi Quest patch editors include a sophisticated set of tools which allow you to create your own 'look'. You can choose from an extensive selection of skins provided by Sound Quest or create your own using your preferred colors and background bitmaps x x  
VNRPN - remotely edit any parameter in any editor using a MIDI keyboard or hardware controller x x  
Parent/Child Hierarchical Bank Editing x x  
Intelligent and automated assignment of descriptive keywords to each of your patches x x  
Instrument Creator and Panel Editor - modify Sound Quest's editors to your liking or create your own editor and librarian support with the same tools we use   x  
File Linking - be able to use the same data in different groups, databases, and libraries. Edits to one linked file are automatically transferred to all other linked files x x  
File Conversion - import SysX files from other editor/librarians   x  
Gen 4 and four other types of intelligent patch mixing x x  
Automated search for duplicates in Libraries. Do you have thousands of sounds? Let Midi Quest find and remove all of the duplicates in your libraries - even if the names of the patches are different! x x  

Instrument Support for Midi Quest 10 and Midi Quest 10 XL

The following is a list of manufacturers with MIDI instruments and devices supported by
Midi Quest 10 XL and Midi Quest 10.
Click on any instrument for more information
 

360
Systems

Access









Akai






Alesis

































ART








Axxess

BCM


Boss







Casio








Cheetah

Clavia



Creative
Labs

Crumar


Digital
Music

Digitech





















Doepfer





Dynacord



Edirol



E-MU































Encore

Ensoniq






MIDIPatcher


VirusA
VirusB
VirusC
VirusIndigo
VirusIndigo2
VirusKB
VirusKC
VirusRack
VirusRackXL

DP88
MB76
ME80P
PEQ6
ProEWI4000s
S2000

A6Andromeda
D4
D4v1.01
DM5
DMPro
HR-16
HR-16:B
MidiVerbIII
MidiVerbIV
NanoBass
NanoPiano
NanoSynth
NanoSynth(Alt)
QS6&6.1
QS6.2
QS7&7.1
QS8&8.1
QS8.2
QSR
QuadraSynth+Piano
QuadraSynthS4
QuadraSynthS4Ra
QuadraSynthS4Ra
QuadraSynthS4Pl
QuadraSynthS4+M
QuadraSynthS4+R
Quadraverb
Quadraverb2(v1
Quadraverb2(v2
QuadraverbGT
Quadraverb+
SR-16
Wedge

DR-1
EXT
Multiverb
MultiverbAlpha
MultiverbII
MultiverbIII
SGE
X-15

Mapper

AXONNGC-77
AXONMGC77

DR-5
DR-660
GT-6
ME-10
ME-5
SE-50
SE-70

CZ-1
CZ-1000
CZ-101
CZ-3000
CZ-5000
VZ-1
VZ-10
VZ-10m

MS-6

NordLead
NordLead2
NordRack2

WaveBlaster


Bit-01
Bit-99

MX-8


DSP-128
DSP-128+
DSP-256
GFX-1
GSP21
GSP-2101
GSP-256
GSP-5
GSP-7
IPS-33
IPS-33B
LegendII
MEQ-14
MEQ-28
MEQ-7
MSP-4
RP-10
StudioQuad
TSR-12
TSR-24
ValveFX

Drehbank
LMK3
PocketC
PocketD
SK2000

DLS223
DLS300
DRP15

SD-20
SD-80
SD-90

B-3
Carnaval
ClassicKeys
LaunchPad
Mo'Phatt
Morpheus
MPS
MPS+
Orbit
Orbit-2
Orbit3
PlanetEarth
PlanetPhatt
Procussion
Proteus-1
Proteus1000
Proteus-1XR
Proteus-2
Proteus2000
Proteus-2XR
Proteus-3
Proteus-3XR
ProteusFX
SoundEngine
UltraProteus
VintageKeys
VintageKeys+
VintagePRO
Virtuoso2000
XL-1
XL-1Turbo

MoogSource

DP-2
DP-4
EPS
ESQ1
ESQM
KMX-16
KMX-8
Ensoniq




















Eventide

Evolution

Fender


Generic

Hammond

JL
Cooper




Johnson

Kawai


















Kenton


KMX-8

KMX

Korg
























































































Kurzweil





Lexicon








Line
6





KS-32
KT76
KT88
KT88Plus
Mirage
Mirage+
MRRack
MR61
MR76
SD1
SQ1
SQ2
SQ80
SQR
TS10
TS12
VFX
VFX-SD
VFX-SDII
ZR76

H3000B

EVS-1

ChromaPolaris
Chroma

Instrument

XB-2

FaderMaster
MSB
MSB+
PPS-100
Synapse

AmpJ-Station

GMega
K1
K1II
K11
K1r
K3
K3m
K4
K4r
K5
K5000r
K5000s
K5m
R-100
R-50
RV-4
Spectra
XD-5

ControlFreak
ControlFreakSE

ControlFreakSE

MidiCentral

01R-W
01-W
01-W
01-WPro
01-WProX
03R-W
05R-W
707
A1
A2
A4Bass
A4Guitar
CX-3
DDD-5
DS-8
DSM-1
DSS-1
DVP-1
DW-6000
DW-8000
EA-1
ER-1
EX-800
EX-8000
i1
i2
i3
i30
i4s
i5M
i5s
iS35
iS40
is50
ix300
Karma
Karmav2
M1
M1Plus+1
M1EX
M1-R
M1-REX
M3-R
MS2000
MS2000R
N1
N1R
N264
N364
N5
N5EX
NS5R
NX5R
Poly800
Poly-800II
Polysix
Prophecy
S3
SDD-3300
SG-ProX
SG-Rack
T1
T2
T3
Trinity
TrinityPlus
TrinityPlus-Pro
TrinityRack
TrinityV3
TrinityV3ProX
Triton61
TritonPro
TritonProX
TritonLE61
TritonLE76
TritonLE88
TritonRack
TritonStudio
Wavestation
WavestationA-D
WavestationEX
WavestationSR
X2
X3
X5
X5D
X5DR
Z1

K2000
K2000RS
K2500
K2500(KDFX)
K2500R

LXP-1
LXP-15
LXP-5
MPX1
PCM-70
PCM-80
PCM-90
Reflex

BassPOD
BassPODPro
PODPro
POD(V.1)
POD(V.2)
POD2.0

Lintronics

Marion



Marshall

Micron/Tascam


Midi
Solutions

MOTU

Novation













Oberheim









Octave
Plateau

Peavey











Quasimidi


Rane




Rhodes


Roland














































































































Memorymoog

SystemsMSR-2
SystemsProsynth
SystemsASM

JMP-1

MSR-16
TSR-8

PedalController


7sMidiMixer

A-Station
BassStation
BassStationRack
DrumStationRack
KS4
KS5
KS-Rack
K-Station
Nova
SuperBassStation
SuperNova
SuperNova2
X-Station

Cyclone
Matrix-1000
Matrix-12
Matrix-12
Matrix-12
Matrix-6
Matrix-6R
OB-8
Xpander

Voyetra8


AEQ2800
DPM3
DPM-V3
PC-1600
PC-1600x
SpectrumBass
SpectrumBassII
SpectrumBassII
SpectrumFilter
SpectrumOrgan
SpectrumSynth

Quasar
Turbo-Volcon

MAP-33
MPE-14
MPE-28
MPE-47

Model660
Model760

A-50
A-80
A-880
CM-32L
CM-32p
CM-64
D-10
D-110
D2
D-20
D-5
D-50
D-550
D-70
DEP-3
DEP-5
DJ-70
E-660
EG-101
FantomFA-76
Fantom-S
FC-100MkII
FC-200
GM-70
GP-100
GP-16
GP-8
GR-09
GR-1
GR-30
GR-33
GR-50
GSCompatible
GS-6
JD-800
JD-990
JP-8000
JP-8000(Alt)
JP-8080
Juno-1
Juno-106
Juno-2
JV-1000
JV-1010
JV-1080
JV-2080
JV-80
JV-880
JV-90
JX-305
JX-8P
M-BD1Bass&Drums
MC-303
MC-307
MC-505
M-DC1Dance
M-GS64
MKS-50
MKS-7
MKS-70
MKS-80
M-OC1(Orchestra)
M-SE1(StringEns
MT-32
M-VS1(VintageSy
P-330(Pianomodu
P-55
PAD-80
PMA-5
Pro-E
R-5
R-70
R-8
R-8MkII
R-8M
RA-50
RAP-10
RS-5
RS-9
S-330
S-50
S-550
SC-50
SC-55
SC-55ST
SC-88
SC-88Pro
SC-880
SC-88STPro
SC-88VL
SCC-1
SC-Pro
SH-32
SK-50
SK-88
SoundCanvas
SPD-11
SPD-20
SPD-8
SRV-2000
SRV-3030
SRV-3030D
SuperJX
SX-700
TD-5
TD-7
U-110
U-20
U-220
VC-1
VK-7

Roland












SansAmp

Sequential











Sony






SSL

Studio


TC-Helicon

Turtle
Beach

Voce

Vyzor





Waldorf










Yamaha













































































































Zoom
VM-3100
VM-3100Pro
XP-10
XP-30
XP-50
XP-60
XP-80
XV-2020
XV-3080
XV-5050
XV-5080
XV-88

PSA-1

Drumtraks
Max
Multitrak
Prophet10
Prophet5
Prophet600
ProphetT8
ProphetVS
Six-Trak
Tom
VS

DPS-D7
DPS-M7
DPS-R7
DPS-V55
DPS-V77
HR-MP5

OSCar

ElectronicsATC-1
ElectronicsSE-1

VoiceWorksPlus

Multisound


DMI-64

VoiceLive
VoiceOne
VoicePro
VoiceWorks
VoiceWorksPlus

4Pole
MicroQ
Microwave
MicrowaveII
MicrowaveIIEX
MicrowaveIIXT
MicrowaveIIXTk
MicrowaveV2
Pulse
Q

01V
01VAlternate
02R
03D
AN1x
AN200
CBX-K1XG
CBX-T3
CS2xPerformance
CS2xXG
CS6R
CS6x
DB50XG
DMC1000
DMP11
DMP7
DMP9-16
DMP9-8
DTXv2
DX1
DX100
DX11
DX21
DX27
DX5
DX7
DX7II
DX7IIFD
DX7S
EX5
EX5R
EX7
FB-01
FS-1R
FX900
KX88-76
KX88-76
MEP4
Motif6
Motif7
Motif8
MotifESRack
MotifES6
MotifES7
MotifES8
MotifRack
MU10
MU100
MU100R
MU128
MU15
MU50
MU80
MU90R
P-100
PLS1
ProMix01
QY10
QY20
QY300
REV500
RM1x
RX11
RX17
RX21L
RX7
RY20
RY30
S30
S80
S90
SPX1000
SPX90
SPX90II
SPX900
SW1000XG
SY22
SY35
SY55
SY77
SY85
SY85(v2ROMs)
TG100
TG300
TG33
TG500
TG55
TG77
TQ5
TX16W
TX7
TX802
TX812
TX816
TX81Z
V50
VL1
VL1V2
VL1-m
VL1-mV2
VL7V2
VL70m
W5
W7
WF192XG
WT11
YS100
YS200
YS200

9010

Requirements:

  • Windows Vista & XP
  • Macintosh 10.4 Intel & PPC