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Postby mpraet » 19:27, 28 January 2016

Is there sommeone who makes a editor for the JDXA ??
The JDXI editor is goor but useles for the JDXA
common Roland everry flagship synth of the other brands have one
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Re: editor

Postby SynthGraphics » 01:49, 29 January 2016

mpraet wrote:Is there sommeone who makes a editor for the JDXA ??
The JDXI editor is goor but useles for the JDXA
common Roland everry flagship synth of the other brands have one


YES!!!

PSI Craft is currently developing one, not sure when it's scheduled for release. I'm on the BETA tester list. From what i've been told it will allow you to freely exchange the Integra-7 sounds into the JD-XA as well, that will be handy!

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Re: editor

Postby mpraet » 15:55, 29 January 2016

let us hope and pray together ;-)
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Re: editor

Postby mpraet » 11:33, 9 February 2016

and any news about the editor ?
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Re: editor

Postby ndaustin » 01:31, 6 January 2017

BUMP - Almost another year on since the last request for editor info update...

Roland, are you interested in supporting your fans and customers? Such an excellent synth seems to have been abandoned even though it's still in production. This is a professional synth and should be treated as such.

Take a look at Moog, Nord or Kurzweil and see how support should be administered. Regular updates, downloads and communications from staff who are keen to help. Nord's librarian is amazing. Even the humble and inexpensive Novation Ultranova has a superb editor.

The JD-XA is not an easy synth to get into with it's constant button pushing to find spurious hidden parameters, and you need a microscope to read the tiny print in the manual. Some easy to follow video tutorials are also needed. Don't forget us... Roland, you need to try harder. Business is not just about making money.
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Re: editor

Postby memorysplice » 10:04, 6 January 2017

Me and my partner are hoping to have one ready by the end of this month. Check out our JD-Xi version.
http://memorysplice.com/jdxi/
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Re: editor

Postby mpraet » 13:37, 3 April 2017

Hello boys from memory splice ,how far are ouy with the editor for the JDXA ?
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Re: editor

Postby memorysplice » 22:35, 7 April 2017

Sorry for missing deadline. Life happened. We are almost done with a beta version.
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Re: editor

Postby skinmechanic » 23:41, 18 April 2017

Will this editor allow you to transfer Integra sounds? If that is the case then I'm all up for selling my Integra and getting the JDXA I only use the SNS sounds on the Integra anyway but with naff realtime control keep looking at the JDXA to compliment my system 8
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Re: editor

Postby Jdoo » 00:36, 19 April 2017

skinmechanic wrote:Will this editor allow you to transfer Integra sounds? If that is the case then I'm all up for selling my Integra and getting the JDXA I only use the SNS sounds on the Integra anyway but with naff realtime control keep looking at the JDXA to compliment my system 8

I recently downloaded the Integra patches off Axial, that are JD-XA compatible (190 of them), and stuck them in this post: viewtopic.php?f=57&t=53247

It may be that's not what you're looking for, but they are all usable in 'XA programs..
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Re: editor

Postby WhatThe » 10:45, 19 April 2017

I have to admit to being a little confused by the whole editor thing.

I don't mean to disregard the work that the guys creating the editor are putting in, but isn't having all the knobs and sliders at hand kind of the reason of not using an editor? I suppose that for some effects functions it's viable but it's not like the alpha Juno, where an editor is a must. The JDXA is pretty damn hands on and an editor isn't (I believe) a must have.

What is it that you guys require an editor for? I'm real curious.
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Re: editor

Postby jerry_merry » 13:05, 19 April 2017

An editor to help dive in the Supernatural side. There are 450+ waveforms. And all I have to navigate them is -/+ buttons and whooopeey a shift button to browse by the 10's.

What the fuck were roland thinking?
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Re: editor

Postby WhatThe » 14:05, 19 April 2017

Hold down the + and - or - and + .........faster scrolling !
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Re: editor

Postby skinmechanic » 20:40, 25 April 2017

So the editor originally I wanted help with Patch management and librarian and if it converted patches from other Supernatural synths to the JDXA but I've just seen a post that the supernatural engine ignores all the realtime controls?
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Re: editor

Postby OneOfManyPauls » 22:52, 28 April 2017

skinmechanic wrote: I've just seen a post that the supernatural engine ignores all the realtime controls?


That's not true.

You can use the modulation/pitch bend lever, aftertouch and velocity with the supernatural synth engine in the jd-xa.
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