The best part is that InerziaSysEx comes with a collection of building templates designed to work with Roland and Yamaha devices: any of the included presets can be adjusted, compiled, and added to the Library panel.
Straightforward and intuitive design
Most of the app’s capabilities can be easily accessed via the InerziaSysEx main window, which is organized in three main areas: the top toolbar, the left side panel that contains the SysEx list, and the Library list or the right.
From the top toolbar you can decide to quickly add new SysEx categories, or to add System Messages to the preexisting ones. The same area allows you to choose if you want to add messages that are suitable for Roland or Yamaha synthesizers, or you want to use a custom brand.
Create your own database of System Exclusive messages
InerziaSysEx is designed to simplify the way you interact with your synthesizers by creating a collection of commands suitable for various occasions. As a result, you do not have to waste time while working to determine the correct memory location, and so on.
For your convenience, InerziaSysEx is able to work with both decimal and hexadecimal content: you can quickly switch to the latter via the app’s Preferences window. The same area allows you to modify the default synthesizer MIDI ID for the Roland and Yamaha models.
Simple solution for creating and storing SysEx messages
InerziaSysEx is designed to streamline the way you interact with your synthesizers by enabling you to create a database of System Exclusive messages that match your own needs. The predefined Roland and Yamaha templates will certainly prove to be useful, but you can also work with other brands.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan on May 22nd, 2014
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- New Features:
- A new kind filter is inserted to select objects not related to a Kind
- New icons for the predefined Kind “All SysEx” and “No Kind”
Application descriptionInerziaSysEx is an OS X desktop application that allows you to easily manage MIDI System Exclusive messages.InerziaSys...