A few buttons and a two-lines display for more than 2000 parameters: the user interface of the Lexicon® MPX-G2 was a nightmare in the era of computers, smartphones and tablets.
Although it is the most advanced professional guitar effect's processor on the occasion market, it always suffered from the lack of a patch editor.
The project started in august 2011 and is developped using free software. It runs on Windows®, OSX® and GNU/Linux.
It will allow you to:
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2012/01/20: Version 1.0a2 has been released.
Instructions are in the README. Please keep in mind that it is still an incomplete development release. Feedback is welcome.
Recommended browser for using MPXG2Edit is : Google Chrome.
Linux version was built on ubuntu natty.
Macintosh version was built on OSX 10.6 and has been reported not working on OSX 10.4.
Windows XP version has been tested with service pack 3.
For Windows 7, minimum requirement is service pack 1: updating your system manually may be required. If you do not see your MIDI interface in the configuration panel, reinstall your MIDI device driver as administrator (right click).
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