F A Q
I bought my JV-1080 in august 1995. It's an
incredible good sounding synthesizer, especially
if you expand it with some expansion boards. It's
also highly flexible. However, programming the
synthesizer from the front panel is quite
complex. For two years I surfed the net in search
for a good and comprehensive editor. There are so
much parameters to set, you can almost not do
this with the JV knob and the little display
without loosing sight of what you are doing.
Then there is the confusing issue of the
controllers. The two system controllers,
SYS-CTRL1 and 2, and the three Patch controllers.
Don't forget the assigneble Effect controllers.
Giving a name to a just created patch, or finding
why there is no sound at all sometimes. Without a
program which shows it in one blink, you can be
busy for several hours.
Because I could not find an editor which
fulfilled all my wishes, I started programming
myself. Having some years of programming
experience with Pascal, and the brand new Delphi
installed, I started this project the second of
I think you should try it. You'll feel like you
have a new synthesizer. There is a trial version to
. The XP series and
the JV1010 are working well with this editor. And
.. now you can make the Patch in Performance-mode
sound just like the Patch in Patch-mode!
Currently I'm working on a rhythm editor, incorporated in
JVEdit and a way to adress two different JV's, because
I have two now, 32 channels, great!
- Updated 25 march 2001 -