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Excel file with all tones, waveforms and prograqms

Postby marks_mod » 03:55, 28 December 2017

Got a JD-Xi about a month ago and having lots of fun with it. Since it has so many presets in tones and programs, I was curious to see what program presets were new and what are built from the tone list. Since it is tedious to do it in by looking it in the pdf, decided to put it all in excel file. So now it easy to see what presets are from the "Tone base" and what are "new". Also you can do any other type of search, e.g. all programs with tempo=130, or see genre types and how many of each (Trpa is the biggest with 45 programs). So if anyone is interested here is the file:

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Re: Excel file with all tones, waveforms and prograqms

Postby CesarsoundOne » 04:42, 28 December 2017

Fantastic work! Thanl you!
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Re: Excel file with all tones, waveforms and prograqms

Postby marks_mod » 13:37, 29 December 2017

Thank you for the kind words CesarsoundOne! :)

Updated a bit, it is possibel to see how and where digital tone presets are used in the different programs.

It is interesting to see (at least for me...) that about 90 of them are not used at all in the programs and the most used preset is supersaw and so on.
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Re: Excel file with all tones, waveforms and prograqms

Postby CesarsoundOne » 14:12, 29 December 2017

Very good indeed! With its spreadsheet it is possible to better visualize and explore all sounds that are hidden in the JD-Xi, since, as you said, they used Supersaw a lot. I particularly do not like the factory presets of the JD-Xi and I know it has a much greater potential. Thank you.
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