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Old 09.12.2005, 06:23 AM
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Default Sound Bank info from Access

just thought I would post this as an fyi, just in case it may be of any help to someone. This was a response from access to a question I had emailed them a few weeks ago when I was having a lot of issues recalling tweaked sounds in cubase (this has since been largely corrected with the 1.07 release) In their response, they explained some of the bank structures and where I could temporarily store the sounds -

> Thank you for your mail. I don't know if this workaround would do it
> for you, but the RAM Bank B for instance is just a copy of the ROM
> Bank B, so storing your sounds there (via the small "save" button
> next to the PART number in the TI Control) could do the trick for
> you and you wouldn't loose any patches at all in the TI itself. RAM
> Bank B is identical to ROM B, the same goes for RAM A and ROM A from
> about patch number 70 onwards. RAM A from patch 1 to patch 60 is
> like a best of collection.
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Old 09.12.2005, 12:47 PM
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Thanks for sharing this... I was wondering about this exact topic. I've been so busy diving into the TI that I haven't taken the time to figure out which RAM patches are where in the ROM.
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