I found out my second hand Mopho has an ill functioning write button . I desoldered it yesterday but no avail, the button itself is in good shape.
So I was wondering how I could use the Electra One to overcome such issue.
I think there are three ways, and I wanted to know from the forum if anyone already has experience with one or the other.
- Perform a SysEx write request. Unfortunately I have no info if such a SysEx command exists for the Mopho. If it would exist, it is certainly the easiest way to write a patch.
- Reconstruct the full SysEx string based on the settings of all parameters in the E1. I don’t think this is a good approach, as it would imply you need 100% of all data in the original SysEx parameter data parsed and stored somewhere and then reassembled in the proper way. The amount of programming involved might also be stressing for the E1.
- First perform a SysEx “Request Program Edit Buffer Dump”, receive the SysEx “Program Edit Buffer Data Dump”, store the 293 MIDI Bytes content as one string, and then retransmit as a SysEx “Program Data Dump” to a particular bank and program.
Wouldn’t the last method be the most universal ? I mean we could apply this method to most synths, no ? Anyone has already done this and cares to share his logic?