Edisyn, a free open source patch editor, has been updated with support for more synths and more.
Version 26 has new editors for the M-Audio Venom, Waldorf Kyra, and Casio CZ-230S.
The update also features several new patch exploration tools, including real-time morphing between four patches, and merging of random patch pairs from your synthesizer.
At present Edisyn supports: the Alesis D4 and DM5; Casio CZ series; DSI Prophet ’08, Mopho series, and Tetra; E-Mu Proteus 1/2/3, Morpheus, and UltraProteus; Kawai K1, K4, and K5; Korg MicroKorg, MicroSampler, SG Rack, and Wavestation SR; M-Audio Venom; Novation Drumstation and D Station; Oberheim Matrix 6, 6R, and 1000; Preen FM2; Red Sound DarkStar; Roland D-110, JV-80, and JV-880; Waldorf Blofeld, Microwave XT and XTk, and Kyra; most Yamaha 4-Operator FM Synths (such as the TX81Z and DX11); Yamaha FB-01; Yamaha DX7, TX7, TX216/816, Dexed, Korg Volca FM, and other DX-7 compatible synths; Yamaha FS1R; Yamaha TG33, SY22, and SY35; Tuning standards and MTS; and generic CC, NRPN, and RPN control.
Edisyn has infinite levels of undo, a broad spectrum of patch exploration and creation tools (mutation, merging, nudging, morphing, blending, and evolutionary methods), and a wide array of other useful features.
It runs in Java and works on Linux, Mac & Windows. It’s available as a free download.