I have the A6 Banker too and from what I remember about using it (a little foggy) is that the A6 has a weird patch architecture and that a newly created random patch gets slotted in the Edit Buffer
and doesn't actually become the active patch until you navigate away from that preset and then go back to it.
If you had a workaround or found a way to get it to work differently, I would faint.
-- cause I'm the same idiot who for about every 3 years since I bought the A6 contacts Vyzor and actually believes them when they say an A6 editor is "in the works" + "maybe by year's end". And worse I was just about to ASK THEM AGAIN THIS YEAR when I saw my old email and the date of when I started asking them about an A6 editor.
From Their forum:
by Psicraft Tony » Wed May 07, 2008 5:19 pm
While we are definitely going to release Vyzor Andromeda in the coming year, we are very busy with other projects right now. The Andromeda is not your average synth, as you undoubtedly know and the editor for it is turning out to be a massive undertaking - We don't believe in cutting corners, so it's going to take longer than we'd originally hoped. Please check back here for more news on this topic. In the meantime, open discussion on this topic is highly encouraged!
annnnndddddd and update:
by Psicraft Tony » Thu Nov 05, 2009 2:00 pm
Just an update on this topic - It's looking like 2010 for this editor, but it IS still a planned release.
SoundQuest said he would do one ,but he needs to get his hands on an A6. I'm too scared to send him mine and don't have enough money to order one and ship it just so I can make...random...patches....
But I have always wanted to twist the engine and see what happens.