A template for the Yamaha TX81Z.
This is only set to transmit on MIDI channel 3.
The buffer is small, so until the Electra One can adjust the latency it is prone to a ‘MIDI Buffer Full’ error if one moves the controls too quickly.
I’ve changed the names of the some of the parameters for clarity, including giving the frequency ratios more meaningful names.
I have decided not to include controls for some of the rarely used parameters, like the foot and breath control settings and fixed frequencies.
The envelope animations are currently confusing representations because Attack, Decay and Release are in reverse to most synths, as Yamaha has used the lowest values for the longest rates.
To save an edited voice into the synth memory using the row of buttons at the bottom of page 3 you have to press ‘Play’, toggle on ‘Store’, advance to a memory slot, turn off ‘Store’, then finally press ‘Save’.