A library of patches for the Casio CZ. Contribute yours. Sysex listen. Deep, round and smooth. CZounds.com for more Casio CZ patches. Categories: bass. Hi - Does anyone know software that can do a SYSEX dump to and from the CZ series? Particularly the CZ-101. Looking to backup a bunch of custom patches.
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• NO PRICE SHAMING ~ Some equipment doesn’t cost much, some costs a lot. Posts that contain insults, attacks, or conspiracy theories based on your opinion of the value of gear will be deleted. Meta: Let's Talk: • • • • • • • • AMAs: Learning Resources: • by • • • Related Subreddits: Gear and Software: • • • • • • • • • • • • Music and Synthesis: • • • • • • • • Related Sites: Discord/IRC: Reference: • • • • • • Instructions and Manuals: • • • • • •. Seems like saving patches is a major issue with these synths, as well as awkward menu programming, both of which can be solved by external programs. I’ve heard about the iPad app CZ Touch, and a sysex library () and another (). And I think there is another iPad app too. So about CZ Touch, does it work on iPhone or just iPad?
I have the Apple usb breakout cable and an iConnectivity midi adaptor, is that enough to connect or will I have to go through the computer midi interface? Is it any good in general?
I don’t really understand what sysex is so the other two are lost on me, does anyone recommend them, or any other option? CZSYSEXY doesn’t seem to have anything to do with getting the data onto the synth which I have no idea how to do.
And it looks like the F0f7 one might be able to help there but may want a yearly fee. Well, my thing is that I was too young to have access to 'real' synthesizers during the ST heyday, just Casio PCM machine with basic midi implementation. But, in the 80s, all of these synths that we talk here on reddit about being ridiculous to program - if you had to program them when they were new, you used ST software. Dx7, D50, whatever: you used ST So, my logic is that there is probably some really good options available at your finger tips. So, It's just a way to run the software. IPad might be better for you.
The ST is actually pretty dang easy to use. And One of the reasons the ST was so easy is there isn't really a learning curve (the Amiga has hoops).
You pretty much put in the disk, turn on the machine, and click the app. It really was a different time in computers.
You download Steem SSE emulator from sourceforge. You want a TOS 1.04 (operating system) ROM from here: Then, STeem has the capability of mounting a Windows folder as the ST hard disk (btw: ST was compatible with DOS file system, it used FAT12, FAT16). Delfino bambaren pdf download windows 7. You drop TOS into the STeem folder, load STeem, tell it you want a 4 Meg Machine, and on the floppy disk selection screen, you have an option to create a hard disk by selecting a folder on the PC.