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Mono Evolver Keyboard / Re: MEK Demostrations
« Last post by Sacred Synthesis on Today at 06:53:00 PM »
I watched this several times before.  Well done.
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Thanks,

I see what's going on. I'm going to have to edit each patch's bank location in the entire file (The file contains over 128 patches). I'm new to these and was assuming the first 5th entry applies to the entire file and all subsequent patches.

This Laser Mammoth site seems to be able batch transfer a loaded bank but I can't seem to get this to work either.
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Either you format the drive or delete patches one by one rapid arcade style..

Cheers!
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Mono Evolver Keyboard / Re: MEK Demostrations
« Last post by Pulsophonic on Today at 03:56:28 PM »
Here a demonstration of my MEK

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ym0H7_j5Fz8
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Tempest / Re: Stuck **** Receiving Sound file **** On Import
« Last post by RobH on Today at 03:39:03 PM »
Thanks man, I think I'm on track now  8)

Awesome glad it worked out!
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Tempest / Re: Stuck **** Receiving Sound file **** On Import
« Last post by ARNK on Today at 03:33:01 PM »
Thanks man, I think I'm on track now  8)
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: Octave Range Capped at C7?
« Last post by AlainHubert on Today at 02:20:48 PM »
If you recall the init patch and hold down the first note on the keyboard (C0) and sweep the Osc 1 Freq knob from full left (C0) to full right (C10) you'll hear all octaves. (from 8 Hz to 8 KHz)
And I assure you that looking at the output signal on an oscilloscope, the waveform remains almost unchanged when different waveforms are selected sweeping through the full frequency range (with only very high harmonics being left out nearing the top most frequencies).

The human ear/brain is rather limited in its ability to distinguish different waveforms (or timbres) passed a certain high frequency range. It's the nature of human hearing. But an oscilloscope is not, and it shows exactly what the audio signal is.
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Tempest / Re: Stuck **** Receiving Sound file **** On Import
« Last post by RobH on Today at 01:24:03 PM »
https://www.elektron.se/support/?connection=x-machinedrum#resources

C6 is located in the support pages for most of the elektron products as download, so pick say machinedrum support and go to the support pages for it and you will find C6 listed with the firmware updates for any Elektorn product that uses Sysx which i'm going to guess is a lot of them. I had a Machinedrum so i know that uses it anyway.
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Tempest / Re: Stuck **** Receiving Sound file **** On Import
« Last post by ARNK on Today at 12:16:47 PM »
C6 Mac/Windows - https://www.sector101.co.uk/downloads.html (for anyone looking...)
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Tempest / Re: Stuck **** Receiving Sound file **** On Import
« Last post by ARNK on Today at 11:48:42 AM »
Try using C6 from elektron. Its the best sysx transfer program, a lot of problems with MidiOx, if you try that and see if you can make it work its a much better program.

edit - Although Bome looks similar i've never used it. Try C6 if you can't make it work do a step by step list of how your trying to transfer the files and i'll look over it and see where you are going wrong. Use C6 for this as its the only program i use and know how to help you with when transfering files to and from the Tempest.

Thanks, I was having trouble finding a working download link for C6 but I'll find it & let you know.

Much appreciated.
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