ZEN-Core Editor/Librarians For Roland Fantom, AX-Edge, Jupiter X Synths

Developer Benedetto Schiavone let us know that they’ve released ZEN-Core editor/librarians for the Roland Fantom 6-7-8/06-07-08, AX-Edge and Jupiter-X/Xm.

The editor/librarians, available for Mac & Windows, come with a bank of 222 ZEN-Core sounds, programmed with the editor and compatible with all Roland synths, hardware and software, pianos, grooveboxes, wind instruments and guitar synths that support the ZEN-Core standard.

See the developer’s site for details.

12 thoughts on “ZEN-Core Editor/Librarians For Roland Fantom, AX-Edge, Jupiter X Synths

  1. This could be a gamechanger for all present Roland gear but wil it address matter’s like the shoddy aftertouch & additions of other stuff like ACB or PolyAT kid’s¡! thanx dude(s)

      1. I tried to use essential graphics to allow you to see and modify all the ZEN-Core parameters in just a few screens.
        Having all the most important parameters in a single large screen allows for a very convenient overview of the sound, something that unfortunately is missing in the graphics of the official Jupiter editors, in Zenology-pro and in all the “old” Roland editors of Fantom XR, even before the synths of the XV family.

        1. Amazing work! Securely landed in the late 1980s early 1990s with the GUi graphics.

          (All the parameters of zencore are too much to work out for me personally.)

  2. I could adapt to the Candy Crush color scheme. As dense as many synths can get, a good editor is golden. After you grumble for a bit, the value of it pushes most objections aside. The Jupiter X/m was crying out for one. Great synth, but a brain-bending GUI. Benedetto deserves high marks all around. (Using the AX-Edge as the top synth in a stack makes sense, somehow! Value added!)

  3. As promised, the first free library for the Librarian Editor is available: we are talking about a total of 744 new ZEN-Core Tones, some truly beautiful and all certainly usable as ideas for other sounds. On the page you will find many details on the sounds, the credits and quite a few suggestions relating to the possibility of using them with a polyphony in some cases even double or triple ?
    Happy listening and good…sound design ?

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