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Converting two JD-800 .mid banks: need help, please


Post Posted Fri Feb 06, 2015 4:07 pm
Polarity


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Location: Milano (Italy)

Hello,

need a bit of help because it seems I don't find a way to do it by myself.
Do you remember those two JD-800 banks that Francis Rimbert shared a long time ago?
Well I have them, but in .mid format.

I don't have a Roland JD-800 but I have a JD-990, so they aren't directly compatible.
I use the JD-990 Patch Organizer and it opens .syx banks.
There is also a JD-800 to JD990 Bank Converter but, again, it opens only JD-800 .syx files.
So I'm not able to use these two banks.

I looked for some free midi-syxex format converter but the ones I tried fail to convert them correctly: the banks are partially empty, those few slots have names screwed and don't sound at all.

Anyone that can help me, please?
Perhaps a JD-800 is needed to save the banks directly in .syx format?

Thank you in advance
Post Posted Fri Feb 06, 2015 7:07 pm
Willem H


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Hi Polarity ,

I've got them , but how do I upload them on the forum ? :? :? :?

rimbert_jmj_1_jd990.sys
rimbert_jmj_2_jd990.sys

I'm trying to help you , but I don't know how . :? :? :?
pm with email address ?

regards Willem H
Post Posted Fri Feb 06, 2015 8:58 pm
Polarity


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uh, really?
thankyou a thousand! :D
I can send you a private message with my email where to send the files.

where did you find them?
or did you converted them by yourself?
Post Posted Fri Feb 06, 2015 9:34 pm
Willem H


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if I recall correctly , these files where available on the Francis Rimbert site ,
together with the JD 800 files .

I'll be happy to share these files .
P.m. will be okay

Nothing better then a happy Italian . :peacemaan:


regards Willem H

( Happy Dutchman )
Post Posted Fri Feb 06, 2015 10:13 pm
Polarity


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Location: Milano (Italy)

Indeed I found the JD-800 bank midi files on the same Rimbert's site.

Thankyou, indeed we are not so happy in Italy nowadays :wink:
Sending P.M.

All the best :)
Andrea
Post Posted Fri Feb 13, 2015 2:40 pm
Polarity


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Location: Milano (Italy)

I checked them and found some interesting patches that can be useful for my projects.

Indeed I expected more real JMJ sounds in it and less ugly ones (probably made for the jazzy albums ;) )

However thank you again Willem! :)

The problem with converting .mid banks to .syx ones still exists,
because I have some other ones... not JD800 only.
Any idea I could do the conversion?







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