bloodyMary Posted December 15, 2013 Share Posted December 15, 2013 hi everyone. I'm trying to prepare my MOX for gigging, and programming this thing is not easy. It's so much weirder than Korg. MOX seems to have a million of operation modes each with diff. limitations (pattern,mixing,master,perf,song,voice.. aarghh are you kidding me?) My Korg had way less modes and did it all. I really just don't get it. Why don't just create one Voice mode and one Multi mode where you can do it all?! Anyway, sorry for this outburst. I was about to ask about the software editors. So there's a complimentary Yamaha software, but it seems only to edit Voices and Mixings (or Patterns? damn..) What I'd like to do is to edit performances and masters, and more importantly, have a librarian feature. I'm aware of Melas tools, and they seem great, but frankly I don't want to spend money on something I expect Yamaha to provide. Also I'm broke. So, do I miss something? Does Yamaha provide a librarian feature and/or master/performance editor? Another (semi-related) question: I tried to save _just_ master programs onto a USB stick, but it seems that Yamaha only offers to save everything. The problem with this is a long loading time of "everything". since 128 masters aren't gonna be enough, I'd like to be able to load another 128 quickly (like, on stage while the vocalist is talking between songs). Can't I? Thanx in advance. P.S. I did read the manuals, and it didn't help. They like to go into long detail about something obvious like naming a patch but a complicated feature would be described with half a sentence.. P.P.S. I work in electronics RnD, and I have scientific equipment that's way easier to operate than Yamaha's synths. Stage: MOX6, V-machine, and Roland AX7 Rolls PM351 for IEMs. Home/recording: Roland FP4, a few guitars Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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