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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 2:35 pm    Post subject: SNG file analysis Reply with quote

For PCG Tools, I am trying to automatically change program references in SNG files when a PCG file is changed inside PCG Tools.

However, since I do not own a Karma, I need your help (even if you don't use PCG Tools you can help).

Could one of you do the following for me; it takes about 15 minutes or less:

1) Load a simple SNG file (does not matter much which one as long as it has at least two songs).
2) Save this file (even though you did not do any changes, it is important, because the synth can convert some items automatically).
3) Change the first song, first timbre to I-A001 (or first bank).
4) Change the first song, second timbre to I-B002 (or second bank).
5) Change the second song, first timbre to I-C003 (or third bank)
6) Change the second song, second timbre to I-D004 (or fourth bank).
7) Save this file (so with the 4 changes from steps 3 to 6.
8 ) Email files from step 2 and 7 to me (michelkeijzers@hotmail.com) together with what type of synth you used.

Thanks in advance,


Developer of the free PCG file managing application for most Korg workstations: PCG Tools, see http://pcgtools.mkspace.nl
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