The Stumm PG-23P VST plugin provides Roland JX-3P emulation, from the view of the PG-200 programmer. Through the use of my JX-3P and available documentation I’ve tried to match all routing, depth, tuning, and value ranges as closely as possible. With one exception: the chorus could be much better. I don’t care much about chorus effects so decided not to spend much time on it.
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The PG-23P is Roland’s cheapest analogue synthesizer that has been in production since 2001. You can define and save your own programmable patches and it offers all the sound generation features of the (more expensive) PG-200 synthesizer and the PG-700 VCF. Nevertheless, the PG-23P is rather simple compared to the other two models: all parameters, including filter type and modulation envelope can be individually programmed and there are no user-friendly fader types. Each parameter has six possibilites of value change. PG-23P Schematics: The schematics of the PG-23P are quite simple and also available for download from Roland’s website. In detail: Roland PG-23P: Pedal Pressed Switch Open Pedal Pressed Switch Closed Pedal Open Switch Open Pedal Open Switch Closed Pedal Hold Roland JX-3P: Pedal Pressed Switch Open Pedal Pressed Switch Closed Pedal Open Switch Open Pedal Open Switch Closed Pedal Hold PG-700 VCF: Pedal Pressed Switch Open Pedal Pressed Switch Closed Pedal Open Switch Open Pedal Open Switch Closed Pedal Hold Generated by: Stumm PG-23P VST Plugin VST Plugin for Windows and Mac OS Если вы захотите оставить комментарий, пожалуйста, напишите в комментариях. Если вы захотит
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The Stumm PG-23P (originally available through Roland’s website) was intended to be used by a programmer of the Roland JP-8. It’s primary use was in-stock control for the JP-8, but it could be used for programming other units such as the JX-3P and JV-3P. In this case the JX-3P is the one used for examples. The original Stumm PG-23P (and probably the related PG-25/26) uses direct access to the amp-follower from a MIDI controller, causing it’s volume to be adjusted by MIDI note velocity as well as overall level. This is the case for the JX-3P as well (also applies to PG-25/26). I’ve added a separate ampfollower fader that behaves the same way as the fader in the VST. In addition, the PG-23P includes a chorus effect. The chorus effect consists of a chorus-on/off slider and a 1-3 portamento effect. The PG-23P has two rotary switches that can be used to change the auto-pan of the preset EQs. PG-23P Design: The PG-23P is the same unit used for the JX-3P. This means that the original designers of the JX-3P did their best to make it the same as the PG-23P, except for the change in sound (affecting the chorus, chorus-on/off, and portamento sliders). The PG-23P unit, when placed in a computer’s MIDI controller, is represented by two synthesizer instruments on the Computer: a standard MIDI source instrument (usually a guitar, synth, or keyboard), with the normal portamento function and other features. In this case it is the 1.1 instrument. a sequencer instrument, which is essentially the same unit as the original JX-3P. This is the 2.1 instrument. In this case the 2.1 instrument is the one used for examples. There is no way to manually route the PG-23P with a sequencer. The 2.1 instrument is routed to the PG-23P through the MIDI controller. The standard MIDI source instrument can be used as a normal VST instrument, such as a real guitar or synth. However, you cannot change the source instrument, making it harder than it should 2f7fe94e24
The PG-23P is the culmination of the Stumm/Tobias I/O concept. This plugin brings together concepts developed into the PG-200 and the new PG-300 e MIDI/Programmer and allows the developer or serious MIDI guru to take advantage of features not available in either PG-200 or PG-300. The PG-23P can be used as a VST for Mac or PC, in iLok or disk mode. The iLok mode works with all iLok drives (iLok Ultimate, iLok USB, iLok DJ, and iLok V8). The VST works with both Windows XP and Windows Vista and is compatible with both 32 and 64 bit drivers. No drivers are required for Mac OSX. Please use the latest version of your operating system. The PG-23P behaves just like the PG-300 when used in iLok mode, but is is fully compatible with the PG-200 programmable drum grid. All data values are available and can be manipulated through the 15 buttons on the panel. This is reminiscent of the staccato and accent buttons found on the PG-300. The jog wheel switches to parameter mode or back to midi mode. The PG-23P can be programmed with the PG-200 via the MIDI IN port. With the PG-300 this became a very easy feature to implement and is standard on both units. The PG-23P takes advantage of a separate MIDI port. MIDI is transmitted as two notes on port 9. The first note corresponds to the MIDI channel (0-127) and the second note corresponds to note number (0-127). Each of the 3 drums can be set to record in MPE or MPE9 modes and can be used to record in MPE or MPE9 modes. To MPE: each drum can be assigned to any of the 8 MPE channels and the PG-300 will record in a 30-note MPE format. To MPE9: each drum can be assigned to any of the 9 MPE channels and the PG-300 will record in a 60-note MPE9 format. Each drum can be assigned to any of 8 mix modes, these are standard assignments on the I/O of the PG-300, or all drum channels can be assigned to any of the 8 mix modes. In the PG-300 each channel has a set of assignable ‘pads’. In the PG-23
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Pitch Val. – each hole is one semitone above the hole below it. If not stated otherwise, Pianissimo is pitch = 0. Routing – Roland’s notation is always from the piano to the master output. Value is quoted using the Roland system. If not stated otherwise, Stumm applies its own Roland notation. If you want the real Roland notation use the PG-23P VST Version 4 plugin. Depth is Roland’s standard notation. There is no Roland notation for the PG-23P, so Stumm uses its own notation. The PG-23P has a separate tone layer for each waveform. The effect of Stumm affects the tones differently than Roland’s notation states. For example, the chorus effect is a phase shifter. I’m not an expert on the structure of the PG-23P, but it appears that the chorus effect is not implemented as an effect but as an envelope on a LFO. If you can take a look at the original JX-3P code, you might be able to get a better understanding. The PG-23P lets you store settings in memory for 8 different patch banks. When you load a bank and apply the settings, the “Settings” slider in the plugin moves the settings to whichever storage is being used at that time. If you enable the “Settings History” feature in the plugin’s preferences, it will save a copy of the settings every time you save them. This provides you with a history of your presets. You may load up a save point to return to some settings, or delete a particular preset. Note: To show me your software, please send me a copy of any/all screenshots, or contact me and provide the URL for those screenshots. I do not reverse-engineer software and so will not provide any help on that. Note: I do not provide patches. If you are interested in learning how I create patches I’ll upload them to VST Share when they are ready. Note: The demo of the plugin in this post features the chorus effect. The effect is not complete and needs many more patches. For the most complete version of the chorus effect please purchase the plugin. Overall, I think this is a very useful plugin, and if I have to use a program to get around the limitations of the PG-23P, I can’t think of a better program. In the future I hope to play with tweaking the modulation
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