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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby Tom_1970 » 09:54, 15 March 2013

Nice docs!

I have created a spreadsheet which in essence is a blank soundlist where you can fill in and order your own patch names (registrations, Livesets and Synth Patches). Nothing fancy though.
If there is any interest I can upload it or send it to you.
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby cello » 11:24, 15 March 2013

Tom_1970 wrote:Nice docs!

I have created a spreadsheet which in essence is a blank soundlist where you can fill in and order your own patch names (registrations, Livesets and Synth Patches). Nothing fancy though.
If there is any interest I can upload it or send it to you.


That would be a useful addition to the docs zip!

Could you send it via pm to me? I believe the attachment function will work with xls files...

Thanks for your support and share :)
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby Tom_1970 » 11:39, 15 March 2013

hm...it is a .numbers file.
I converted it in Numbers, but I cannot check on the moment if the conversion gives the desired result in Excel.
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby Tom_1970 » 11:41, 15 March 2013

Unofrtunately I can't post the original numbers file, but if desired I can send it in another way.
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby cello » 12:02, 15 March 2013

Thanks for this - seems to have ported over to xls okay.

I'll pm you my email address and I can compare it to the .numbers file on my iPad.
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby MartyM » 09:55, 25 March 2013

Docs are really useful ... many thanks :0)

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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby SoundworldA.D. » 18:44, 27 March 2013

Ditto!!

I already had the V1/V2 listings but the PCM list is a real boon! Thanks again lads!
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby cello » 21:00, 28 March 2013

SoundworldA.D. wrote:I already had the V1/V2 listings but the PCM list is a real boon! Thanks again lads!


Glad you like the PCM list, SW- took a while to do it, but it is mighty handy to see them all in a document.

Thanks to Tom_1970, the JP-80 useful docs zip has a new addition - a blank soundlist which allows you to input your own sound listings. It's simple but very useful!

To everyone - jp-80.com is undergoing a re-design at mo. Certainly by 7th April, the new design will be up. At the moment the navigation is not great. Currently the top level of navigation is by collection - doesn't make sense; if I only have an XT, I'm not interested in the GTv2 sounds. So - the top level will become by keyboard.

I will also be deleting the /download.html link. Better everyone comes through the 'front door' - but will do a re-direct in case some have that link bookmarked.

Will make the necessary announcement at the time... or maybe I should pull the site down and put a counter up there... hmmm!!! ;)
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby cello » 10:06, 4 April 2013

Well, the update for today is that the Repository of Sound has a new design, new navigation and new sounds! :)

Many thanks to SoundworldA.D., PauloF, lekanout and robotunes for their support and contributions - much appreciated. Additional thanks to SoundworldA.D.for reviewing and sanity checking the site before go-live.

In the V-Synth sections there is an 'Others' menu item. Lots of new sounds there courtesy of robotunes. These have been available elsewhere over time but are now brought into the fold so they're easy to find.

PauloF's 'Jump' sound has started the new Integra section off - hopefully others will want to share their sounds.

The JP-80 section has a new file from lekanout which features the OSv2 sounds along with Bernd's analogue sounds.

SoundworldA.D. continues to mangle and we look forward to more sounds from him :)

I've been working on this new site for the last couple of weeks or so have not had time to finish off some new JP-80 sounds I aim to share on the Repository - will let you know when they're ready!

I warmly welcome feedback/suggestions about the new site - but most of all, I hope you find the Repository useful.

The site now gets over 6,000 visits per month with some files being downloaded between 100 and 1700 times - in one month!

So, enjoy the sizable update and get mangling! I encourage you to share the results for others to enjoy :)

Link - http://www.jp-80.com
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby Tom_1970 » 13:37, 6 April 2013

Nice Site!
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby cello » 13:53, 6 April 2013

Thank you :) and thanks again for your contribution!
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby Tom_1970 » 07:50, 7 April 2013

Thank you for sharing al these goodies!
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby Méka » 10:48, 7 April 2013

Thank you for this nice job !
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby Roderick » 17:16, 10 May 2013

Sorry for the noob question but how do you put the v1 sounds on the Jupiter 80 without overwriting the v2 sounds? I want both soundsets.
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Re: Repository of Sound launched for Roland keyboards

Postby Dewdman42 » 17:45, 10 May 2013

write a letter to Roland and tell them you can't believe they don't have a librarian for this synth
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