ATTN Yamaha TX802 Users- please recommend a good librarian

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ATTN Yamaha TX802 Users- please recommend a good librarian

Postby RockyWA » Mon Dec 15, 2008 11:57 pm

Hey guys

Does anyone know of a good Librarian program I can use for my Yamaha TX802? I don't need an editor. I basically just want to organize and audition a library of DX7 patches.
I used to use Opcode Galaxy on a Mac back in the old days and I really like the simplicity of that great program.
But I need something that runs on Windows XP.

I'd rather not spend 400 bucks on Midi Quest 10 because really I just need a simple program that I can use to transfer Sysex and organize patches and sound banks into favorites. I've been kind of out of the software loop for a while so please correct me if I'm wrong but it looks like you can't get Sound Diver for PC anymore although I could be wrong.

What do you guys use? Thanks for your ahelp.
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Re: ATTN Yamaha TX802 Users- please recommend a good librarian

Postby plus321 » Tue Dec 16, 2008 12:05 am

I use this:

http://www.jsynthlib.org/

It is free and if you only want a librarian, then it would work for that. It can also be used to edit and create patches.
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Re: ATTN Yamaha TX802 Users- please recommend a good librarian

Postby RockyWA » Tue Dec 16, 2008 12:20 am

That's TOTALLY what I was looking for- nice and simple

MAN I miss Opcode - I'm an old Vision user and I really LOVED GALAXY-

Dude you totally helped thanks a bunch!!!!!!!!!!!!
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