MATRIXSYNTH: Roland Super JX-10 w/ Vecoven

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Roland Super JX-10 w/ Vecoven

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"Roland Super JX-10 12 Voice analog powerhouse in excellent condition. Vecoven 16 Banks Flash ROM and OS installed. New Switches installed throughout. The Vecoven OS makes a huge difference with this synth and brings updated MIDI spec and CC of all parameters! The new switches are amazingly responsive.

Vecoven OS updates include:
New features In a nutshell, the rewrite provides :
New midi implementation
each parameter is now OFF/RECV/SEND/ON, allowing fine control of what gets sent and what is filtered.
sysex support : allow edition of patch, tone A and tone B individually. (No need for M64 cartridge)
midi cc support : allow edition of all tone parameters (each tone separately or both tones) with midi cc.
fast bulk dump/load : 4-5 seconds to dump everything. Can dump to/from cartridge and internal memory.
edition of parameters (patch and tones) sends sysex, so all editions can be sequenced. PG800 is also supported here, so editions made from the PG800 can also be sequenced.
copy from/to cartridge to create a full backup of the internal memory (all settings are now copied to the cartridge or restored from it)
Controls C1 and C2 enhancements
any tone parameter (from tone-A, tone-B or both at the same time) can be assigned to C1 or C2
any arpeggiator parameter can be assigned to C1 or C2
C1 and C2 can be used, in tone edit mode, to modify upper/lower tone parameter. This allows quick editing of tones for those who don’t have a PG800.
Arpeggiator (JX10 and now MKS70)
8 arpeggiators “patches”
internal or external synchronization
supports up, down up/down, played and random notes ordering
various arpeggio types
velocity setting (fixed or played)
note duration (1-15 or legato)
use lower split point to control which notes are arpeggiated
Demo on (beta version)
PG800 and mini-PG800 support
New display options
control whether updates from sysex, pg800 or controllers are displayed temporarily on-screen
Compatibility mode
allows to disable new features for full compatibility with old software (for example, sysex changes made to tone A can be redirected to the currently selected tone, etc...)
Test modes
test hardware controllers (voices, A/D controllers (aftertouch, bender, C1/C2), keyboard)
test memory chips"

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