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MIDI SysEx Librarian

Sound Quest

    • 3.0 • 2 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Unparalleled SysEx Management for MIDI Hardware...

Midi Quest Librarian supports over 750 of the most popular MIDI instruments and other devices from over 50 different manufacturers including Korg, Roland, Yamaha, Kurzweil, Alesis, Waldorf, Kawai, Akai, and E-mu..

Store and organize banks and the individual patches, combinations, multis, performances, drums settings, and other SysEx loaded from your MIDI hardware. Midi Quest is a true multi-instrument editor/librarian designed from the ground up to effectively support multiple MIDI ports, multiple manufacturers, and multiple MIDI devices.

Midi Quest "talks" to each MIDI device individually so it can simultaneously send SysEx to as many as 250 different instruments and still edit another instrument - all at the same time. Try doing that with any other editor/librarian...

Midi Quest Librarian natively reads and writes industry standard .syx and .mid files so that you can easily take advantage of SysEx downloaded from the internet or received from a friend.

Midi Quest Librarian imports Set files from Mac and Windows versions of Midi Quest so existing SysEx can easily be stored and edited on an iPad.

Midi Quest Librarian can store an entire studio configuration - in a single file.

First, what every editor/librarian should have (but may not)... Midi Quest Librarian will easily handle all of your bank editing tasks. Copy and Paste, or Swap single or multiple patches within the same bank or with other banks using menu commands or drag and drop. 1-tap audition automatically sends selected patches.

For more detailed information on Midi Quest for iPad, visit Sound Quest's web site at www.squest.com

What’s New

Version 1.2.0

program enhancements and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Acksnth ,

Made an accidental purchase of 80 dollars, Apple doesn’t care.

Unbelievably terrible service from Apple. I fully admit I made a mistake and purchased some all instruments pack on accident that costs 80 freaking dollars. I was tired, and hadn’t set it to require a password for purchases yet and just responded to the lock button prompt.

I never used it and uninstalled the app, and immediately reported to Apple. Apple does not care one bit and rejected my refund, stating it’s their policy not to refund apps. Well guess what Apple? It’s my policy to not support a company that very clearly doesn’t care one bit about their customers.

Google has a return policy for their apps you know… I have even gotten better service from Microsoft. I was initially impressed with my iPad and some of the audio apps as a primary Android/Windows user, and was planning to buy a MacBook Pro eventually. That definitely will not happen now, I’m done with Apple. Hope it was worth it!

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