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Opcode Galaxy Editor for X/N Series

 
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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2019 8:33 pm    Post subject: Opcode Galaxy Editor for X/N Series Reply with quote

It's going to be a longshot trying to figure this out two decades later and with so few people actually using this today, but I'll try.

I use the Opcode Galaxy program for editing synths. There is both a Korg X5 and a Korg N2/364 editor and librarian in it. The Librarian for the N series is version 1.0.9. The librarian for the X5 is version 1.0.4. The editor both of them is version 1.0.3.

Everything works fine except one thing: when I open the editor to edit a combi, all programs that the combi uses are muted. I have to unmute them to hear anything. On my X5 I don't believe there is an actual 'mute' function for the combi, so the 01A page for the levels are all turned to 0. After unmuting them, going about editing and then saving it inside a Bundle, when I reload the patch from Galaxy, the programs are compltely turned off on page 0A.

Does anyone have an updated editor, or an earlier version of it? The editor I have is version 1.0.3.
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