Patch editor for the Boss ME-25 guitar multi effects and Roland GR-20 guitar synthesizer. The software allows desktop tweaking and editing of the ME-25 internal parameters, making patches a lot easier to create.
- A Boss ME-25 patch editor which provides on screen graphical editing
- of the ME 25 internal parameters and settings without having to bend
- over to navigate the units cryptic menu's, knobs and buttons.
- Copy, Paste and Clipboard functions make patch editing easy.
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- The Roland GR-20 editor is only in beta stage and the project for this was abandoned
- due to the GR-20's restricted midi implimentation.
Great and useful software. One thing that could be useful is the ability to control the knobs and buttons via CC (ie. padkontrol, midi pedalboard, etc.) As the ME-25 has only 2 pedals to change patches it is impossible to turn on/off individual FX withaout changing the whole patch. With this software it can be done only with the mouse, but it'll be GREAT to be able to do it with a footswitch controller. THX.
Hello dear Developer, Thank You for this piece of Software, is absolutly Amazing!!! I have a Question and maybe it were a good feature to add this in the Editor!? Is it posible to add the Looper into the Editor, so that the user is able to choose Stereo or Mono output of the Looper!? When choose Mono, the Looper send only on one Output Channel, and when this feature is choosen, than the now live playing Guitar Signal is on the other Output Channel! That were so great when this is posible, than you got the feeling of "Two Guitar Players" ! I want to rebuy a GT-10 (or 100?) while i think on this Boards i have this feature integraded?? That i can send the Recorded Loop Phrase to one Channel Out...!? And play along on the other Channel...! That were my Throught....!!! But, i chat with a Guy who have the Pedal, he say that dont work on ANY Device! ???...what??? ...On ANY DEVICE? There is no Developer, BOSS, LINE6, ...Digitech, ZOOM...they DONT add such a Feature to thair Floorboards...To thair Expencive Floorboards! NO? Ok... When you play alone as a Guitarist in a "Metal Band" you Dream of such a Feature, really i do that...i think that were a Killer Game Guitar Playing Feeling, so i think how can i realize that in a Sinple Way? With a Stomp Looper? But when i go into Play Modus on the Looper, my "Now Playing Signal" will be send further to the Looper...that Sucks! Or not? Really that Sucks, i want "Two Seperated Signals" on any Channel, to Simulate a REAL Second Guitar Player! That is what i mean and want, for my Setup! When that is not posible to Programm it into the Software, can anybody tell me how i can set it up in a simple way...maybe with a GT-10 as Basic Workstation...can anybody help with some Ideas!? Thank you a lot for this Software! Best Regards Alfredo
Wow, and to top it off it works in linux!! Now I don't have to use my spare backup laptop just to manage my patch library, top notch man, this is unbelievable what you've done here. it's perfect. This is the kind of interface I was expecting the official "Tone Studio" to do, and alas it doesn't let you actually edit patch settings outside of loading/exporting settings from internet or device.
This project is just brilliant. It goes straight to the point, delivers what's supposed to do and it does it with style. The interface is extremely well designed and it deserve compliments on its own. Great, great project.
Outstanding work for musicians and computer guys. But, i have some trouble to run in Ubuntu 14.04, the program ask for many libraries and - i guess - this libraries are not compatible with the current version of ME 25 EDIT. In Ubuntu 12.04 derivatives, such as elementary Luna, it is work fine (after the instaltions of many libxcbs: sync,icccm,xfixes,randr,keysyms).