- Layout now understands single data dumps (patch data) from the synth
- Single data dumps can be called from the layout by selecting block, bank and number same as in the K1
This was quite some work, since it was my first project using Streambyter and I struggled repeatedly with Kawai's strange SYSEX implementation plus the partly wrong/incomplete description in the manual.
The Wave Select picker tool has a limitation: the K1r uses two different commands to select a wave from either the range 1-128 or from 129-256. Previously I used a super control to show both controls in one. But since super controls in MD don´t react to incoming MIDI, I had to make two controls again. They react properly, but you need to figure out, which one has been changed and now shows the actual value.
Similar for button groups: they seem to not react MIDI, but I could easily exchange them for crossfaders or sliders.
EDIT: v2.1 adds a INIT preset to start from scratch. However when calling up the preset, the K1 will only reflect half of the settings. I guess the data simply come too fast from MD into the synth. I suggest to create the same patch on the K1 manually and save it to be used as a starting point identical to the MD layout. Bug fix: sorted an error in the input rule, that prevented sounds from a RAM card from being retrieved. I just recently got a RAM card myself, so I could finally test and sort this.
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