This is a layout I've made for the Radikal Technologies Accelerator. The Accelerator is a very deep VA synthesizer which has a matrix style editor but lacks an array of knobs/sliders. This template includes all of the parameters that Radikal Technologies documented - as well as some that they didn't! Thanks to MDP2, I was able to use the learn function to find those parameters. Note that this template is for Accelerator OS 1.90 - I cannot comment on its functionality for older OSes or how it will function if RT comes out with a new OS.
Bank 1: Oscillators, Filters, FX, Voice/VOL
Bank 2: Mod matrix and Organ
There were a couple of things that I didn't or couldn't implement:
1) Dry/Wet FX. This is not currently possible on the Accelerator to control externally. You will have to manually set the bypass feature for each FX you want to use. Refer to my video (below) to learn about what I do to simplify this.
2) Global Mod Matrix. Yes, I could have added another page, but the mod matrix is already full and I haven't yet seen a reason to use the global mods, so if you feel that this is necessary, let me know and I can add it! This feature added! Global mod includes different parameters to modify than regular Mod matrix - it's worth it!
With Version 2.2 I have added a channel picker on the Volume/LFO page (next to the patch INIT), which will let you select which part you'd like to edit (i.e., in an Accelerator with 1 expansion installed, you have access to 8 multitimbral parts)! Because the FX section is based on parts 1 and part 2, I labeled them as FX1 and FX2 (note, this isn't related to the page #). Do not edit FX in parts 3-8 because of this. The ACC will show the changes, but I don't think they mean anything! At least, I think. You can play around with it. It won't hurt anything.
Version 2 demo (additions and changes):
Version 1 demo (long overview):
Thank you to the developers of MIDI Designer Pro 2. This app is extremely useful!
I would also like to thank Cary Paulson from the RT forum for putting together the banner that I used in this template.