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Author Topic: ipad app "ipg800" (pg200 / pg300 / pg800 / pg1000 editor) for Roland Synths  (Read 126 times)

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Offline chrisNova777

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iPG-800 is a MIDI Controller iPad app emulating the functionality of the PG-800 Synthesizer Programmer that was built by Roland. It only works with a Roland JX-8P synth or  a MKS-70, the rack version of the JX-10.

Important note: It fully works with a JX-10 that has the new OS by Frédéric Vecoven installed, and it works with limitations, like no parameter updates, with the older OS by Colin Fraser.

iPG-800 V 1.2 includes a virtual PG-300 that supports the Roland Alpha Juno 1 + 2 and MKS-50. Thanks to Steen Jakobsen for beta testing!

« Last Edit: October 08, 2020, 01:42:18 PM by chrisNova777 »