QSEDITPRO -SOUND EDITOR VERSION HISTORY
What's new in Version 2.2 :
New Program Mixer - for little more advanced QS programmers very handy SOUND parameter controls. You can select certain parameter from a list, use 4 sliders to change parameter in each of four SOUNDS. There is also a fifth slider to adjust proportionally all 4 SOUND parameters. You can access Program Mixer from "PROGRAM menu in both "Program" and "Mix" mode.
Mouse Piano - now accessible from main window.
Registered version: Now Cubase Patch Script Generator can create script for all Card banks .
What's new in Version 2.0 :
A lot! Just to mention few:
New Program/Mix and FX bank select windows with many added functions allowing to copy paste and assign Program Sounds or mix channels from different locations in any of the User, Preset or Card banks.
Reassemble Mix from other Mixes in banks with few clicks.
Redesigned "Mix Loader" will help you to save/write a Mix and all 16 programs edit with one click of a mouse.
Program's Filter, Amp and Pitch envelopes of 4 sounds can be changed in the same time.
What's new in Version 1.08 :
Sound Modulation Matrix window has been changed to display all 4 QS-Program "Sounds" Check here for picture
What's new in Version 1.00 :
Patchname- Instrument script generator for Cubase VST 5.xx. Click HERE for more information
New redesigned Librarians. They will blow you away! Just check to see how they look like here. They not only show Program or Mix names but also part or their contents. You will never have to guess what's what anymore! Organize, audit and save/write easy with your mouse.
Mix Librarian displays assignment of all sixteen channels so you can quickly pick which one you need and which one not to override.
In QSEDIT Sound Edit Windows were loading quite heavy - no longer! It is smooth and light.
Effect Editing improved and so is Effect librarian! - I managed to go around some internal Sysex QS bugs to make Effect editing a total and real experience. Till now, even me I did not realize how powerful QS FX system is! I've work with Korg, Roland, Yamaha but have to admit the Alesis system is the best. Just editing it without a tool is a nightmare but with QSEditPro - woow - you'll get instant reward.
If that's not enough - how about very handy Sound Librarian.
Transferring data to and from QS - plain and simple: Any bank any data at any time in any mode.
Copy-paste, drag and drop - whatever you can imagine.
On a negative side - well, I am still working on help file but I am impatient so I am releasing this new version with out complete guide hoping you figure it out yourself till then....