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Offline jazzy_beat

Multipad mixing
« on: August 04, 2019, 07:15:21 PM »
Hello everyone,

Is there any expert in Genos, who can tell me if it's possible to create a new multipad from two existing multipads ?.

For example, I would like to have a new multipad, where the pads-1/2 were a guitar strumm,  and the pads-3/4 a piano arpeggio, mixing two existing Genos MPADS.

Many thanks in advance..!.
 

Offline MBedesem

Re: Multipad mixing
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2019, 07:33:53 PM »
The program PadMaker-Midi will do this job:

PadMaker-Midi is a tool for creating a Multipad based upon the patterns from one or more midi or pad files.

With it you can:

♦ Create a pad by selecting an area of a midi or multipad using the mouse and on-screen options. No typing is required.
♦ Edit an existing pad by replacing one or more sections from other pads or sections of midis.
♦ Audition the pattern selected on the PC or PSR.
♦ Edit the Voice, Volume, Pan, Reverb, Chorus, Tempo and Brightness, Chord Follow and Repeat parameters for each pad. Editing tools are provided for transposing each pad based upon the notes used in the pattern.
♦ Access instrument voice support for PSR 450, 550, 740, 1000, 1100, 1500, 2000, 2100, 3000, 9000, S670, S900, S910, S950, S970, S700, S710, S750, S770, Tyros 1, Tyros 2, Tyros 3, Tyros 4, Tyros 5 and Genos.
♦ Include user-editable text into the padís copyright field for acknowledging authorship, providing web links, etc.

It is available at no cost at: https://psrtutorial.com/MB/padmakermidi.html

Regards,

Michael


Michael P. Bedesem
mpb@vermontel.net
http://psrtutorial.com/MB/bedesem.html
Tyros 5
 
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Offline jazzy_beat

Re: Multipad mixing
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2019, 09:28:42 PM »
Many thanks Michael for your answer...!

As an expert, maybe you could help me with another issue related to the Multipad, I'm new to Genos and still I don't know how to handle it.

I have the habit of using several "Registers" for the same song. For example, I program a guitar multipad en register-1, and a piano multipad in register-2.
The problem appears when I switch from register-1 to register-2, the selected multipad of the register-2 don't play correctly...!?!.

The question is: I'm doing something wrong..? There is any way to overcome this problem..? Is this a bug in the Genos firmware..?.

Many thanks in advance, for your patience and knowledge.
 

Offline Eric, B

Re: Multipad mixing
« Reply #3 on: August 04, 2019, 10:04:43 PM »
Hello everyone,

Is there any expert in Genos, who can tell me if it's possible to create a new multipad from two existing multipads ?.

For example, I would like to have a new multipad, where the pads-1/2 were a guitar strumm,  and the pads-3/4 a piano arpeggio, mixing two existing Genos MPADS.

Many thanks in advance..!.

I do this all the time.
It is very easy.
Go to Multi pad menu and select a Multi Pad.
Click Menu in upper right corner and select Multi Pad Edit.
Click on Multi Pad part you want to copy and click copy ( For example MP1)
Click X to exit out.
Select second  Multi Pad
Click Menu in upper right corner and select Multi Pad Edit.
Click on Multi Pad part you want to change and Click Paste. (For example MP3)
Now save it to a location you desire and repeat above steps for the second part.
Hope this helps
Eric
Genos, PSR-S970
 
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Offline jazzy_beat

Re: Multipad mixing
« Reply #4 on: August 04, 2019, 11:23:12 PM »
I do this all the time.
It is very easy.
Go to Multi pad menu and select a Multi Pad.
Click Menu in upper right corner and select Multi Pad Edit.
Click on Multi Pad part you want to copy and click copy ( For example MP1)
Click X to exit out.
Select second  Multi Pad
Click Menu in upper right corner and select Multi Pad Edit.
Click on Multi Pad part you want to change and Click Paste. (For example MP3)
Now save it to a location you desire and repeat above steps for the second part.
Hope this helps
Eric

Wow... Thank you very much Eric for your help...!

It's really easy...!


 

Offline EileenL

Re: Multipad mixing
« Reply #5 on: August 05, 2019, 03:34:50 PM »
Yes most things on Genos are easy once you know how.

Offline Eric, B

Re: Multipad mixing
« Reply #6 on: August 07, 2019, 11:37:56 PM »
Wow... Thank you very much Eric for your help...!

It's really easy...!

You are quit welcome  ;)
Paying forward the awesome help I received on this forum  ...
Eric
Genos, PSR-S970
 

Offline soundphase

Re: Multipad mixing
« Reply #7 on: September 15, 2019, 09:15:10 AM »
I do this all the time.
It is very easy.
Go to Multi pad menu and select a Multi Pad.
Click Menu in upper right corner and select Multi Pad Edit.
Click on Multi Pad part you want to copy and click copy ( For example MP1)
Click X to exit out.
Select second  Multi Pad
Click Menu in upper right corner and select Multi Pad Edit.
Click on Multi Pad part you want to change and Click Paste. (For example MP3)
Now save it to a location you desire and repeat above steps for the second part.
Hope this helps
Eric
Sorry, it doesn't work on Genos. I think it worked on Tyros. Once you exit, you loose the copy/paste buffer.
 

Offline soundphase

Re: Multipad mixing
« Reply #8 on: September 15, 2019, 09:30:54 AM »
The program PadMaker-Midi will do this job:

PadMaker-Midi is a tool for creating a Multipad based upon the patterns from one or more midi or pad files.

With it you can:

♦ Create a pad by selecting an area of a midi or multipad using the mouse and on-screen options. No typing is required.
♦ Edit an existing pad by replacing one or more sections from other pads or sections of midis.
♦ Audition the pattern selected on the PC or PSR.
♦ Edit the Voice, Volume, Pan, Reverb, Chorus, Tempo and Brightness, Chord Follow and Repeat parameters for each pad. Editing tools are provided for transposing each pad based upon the notes used in the pattern.
♦ Access instrument voice support for PSR 450, 550, 740, 1000, 1100, 1500, 2000, 2100, 3000, 9000, S670, S900, S910, S950, S970, S700, S710, S750, S770, Tyros 1, Tyros 2, Tyros 3, Tyros 4, Tyros 5 and Genos.
♦ Include user-editable text into the padís copyright field for acknowledging authorship, providing web links, etc.

It is available at no cost at: https://psrtutorial.com/MB/padmakermidi.html

Regards,

Michael
Hello Michael. I used your tool. Is there a way to copy Controlers and SysEx values ?
Thank you very much
Regards
Soundphase