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Official Synth Editors
|Yamaha S80/S30 Voice Editor V 1.1.0||Windows 98 or later (32-bit)||6 MB||Download|
|Yamaha S80/S30 Voice Editor V 1.1.0 (Wine Wrapper)||Mac OS X 10.6 or later||52 MB||Download|
|Yamaha CS6x/CS6R Voice Editor V 1.1.0||Windows 98 or later (32-bit)||6 MB||Download|
|Yamaha CS6x/CS6R Voice Editor V 1.1.0 (Wine Wrapper)||Mac OS X 10.6 or later||52 MB||Download|
|Yamaha AN1x Editor 1.1 (no setup - for Windows 64-bit)||Windows 98 or later (32-bit)||2 MB||Download|
|Yamaha AN Expert Editor V 1.2.2 for PLG150-AN||Windows 98 or later (32-bit)||8 MB||Download|
|Yamaha DX Simulator V 1.2.1 for PLG150-DX||Windows 98 or later (32-bit)||6 MB||Download|
|Yamaha QY70 Data Filer||Windows 98 or later (32-bit)||1 MB||Download|
|Yamaha QY100 Data Filer||Windows 98 or later (32-bit)||4 MB||Download|
|Korg SE-05 Editor for 05R/W, X5, X5D, X5DR||Windows 3.11 to XP 32-bit||1 MB||Download|
|Korg X5D/X5DR Editor Panel for Ctrlr|
(not compatible with version 5.5)
|Ctrlr 5.3.199 (Windows)|
Ctrlr 5.3.198 (MacOS)
Synth Firmware Updates
|Yamaha CS6X / S80||Version 1.61||3 MB||Download|
|Yamaha QY100||Version 1.37||1 MB||Download|
Quasimidi Sirius FX and Overblast Settings
A really small but really useful Apple Logic environment layer for Quasimidi Sirius. It lets you control the Sirius's FX settings and gives you all four EQ parameters of the Overblast knob. Having this in your songs and templates you don't need the HiFi Overblast SysEx command anymore.
I recommend to use the Import Layer function in the environment view to add this layer to your songs and templates.
Apple Logic Environment for Quasimidi Sirius
Waldorf Rocket Editor
Since the Waldorf Rocket isn't a preset synth all I can offer for it is an environment layer for Apple Logic. It requires firmware 1.01 and offers pretty much all controllers the rocket reacts to via MIDI.
It works bidirectional. That means, whenever you turn a knob on your Rocket, the environment will follow your movements, even if it's not opened. I recommend to use the Import Layer function in the Environment window. Afterwards you need to draw a cable from the physical inport your Rocket is connected to to the "OSC Shape" object and you need to set your Rocket's MIDI port in the "Waldorf Rocket" instrument object. That's all.
ATTENTION: The filter mode and the boost switch cannot be controlled via MIDI! Matter of fact, sorry.
Apple Logic environment for Waldorf Rocket