So, if you want to send a single voice to your DX7, and you've turned off Memory Protect on the synth and ensured that DEXED has the correct MIDI connection settings, then you can send voice and cartridge data to the synth in a number of ways.Ckafoweeth wrote: ↑Sun Mar 07, 2021 11:40 amThanks for the reply.
Yep, I think i have all of that set up. I was able to send new patches via MIDI-OX, though it seems like it freezes up the DX7 at the end and I need to power cycle it, but once I do, they are all in there. Does it matter if I am using Dexed as a VST or standalone? When does Dexed try to send patches? I can see the lights on my midi adapter working when I hit keys or change knobs in Dexed, but not when selecting new patches/cartridges...
1. From the CART menu, right click on the *.syx file you want to send. This will transmit the sysex cartridge, i.e all 32 programs in the cart sysex file, to the DX7.
2. From the CART menu, select a cart sysex file and then, from the patch listing on the right, right click on the individual patch you want to send, and send the program to the DX7.
3. From the CART menu, double click a cart sysex file to load it into DEXED and from the patch listing at the bottom, right click on the individual patch you want to send and send the program to the DX7. You will also have an option to send the entire cart from here too, just like option 1 above.
If you have created a new patch by using DEXED as your editor, you can either save that patch directly on the DX7 using the standard save procedure, or you can click on the STORE button on DEXED and save it in the current sysex cart file, create a new copy of the sysex cart file with your new patch or store it to your DAW's plugin song state. Remember that storing patches in the sysex file may overwrite existing data.
Hope that helps?