Started by Biffbang, September 15, 2022, 07:07:40 AM
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Quote from: Biffbang on August 09, 2023, 05:55:54 AMThe PG-50 is better
Quote from: Biffbang on August 09, 2023, 05:55:54 AMThe D-110 editors do work - but they will only directly edit the partials on the top 2 strings - which equate to Partials 1-4 in the D-110. So top E string is P1 + P2, B string is P3 + P4. Not really a problem if you want all of your strings to play the same sound in the patch. Just edit the top E string and then on the GR-50 copy the set-up for that string to the other 5 strings.The PG-10 is better in that you can directly edit the top 4 strings - but you still have to copy the settings to the lowest 2.Neither of these solutions allow you to edit the "common" parameters - you still have to do that on the GR-50 itself.But I've got to say that once you get your head around the complexities of the synth it is quite a beast! I ignore the PCM components and just use it as a virtual analogue monster.