SysEx File Verification Utility - v1.5   Release Notes RELEASE_NOTES
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I was organizing my Patch and Tone libraries and noticed that several SysEx files downloaded from the Internet had non‑descriptive names. I had no idea which synthesizer they were for. I decided to write a utility to display the information within each file so I could match them with the correct synth. As a bonus, this utility showed me the MIDI channel the files were originally saved to. After choosing the correct MIDI channel on my synths, I was able to load and use several *.SYX files which I thought were "broken". No need to install any software because this utility works with any web browser (except Internet Explorer)

This utility will:
Display Op Code | Identify Synth/Sampler Make & Model | Suggest The Correct MIDI Channel To Use


Behringer    BCF2000     BCR2000     Pro VS Mini     Victor  
Casio    CZ-1     CZ-101     CZ-1000     CZ-3000     CZ-5000  
E-Mu    Proteus 1     Proteus 2     Proteus 3     Proteus FX  
Kawai    K1     K1m     K1r     K3     K4     K4r     K5     K5m  
Korg    A1     A2     EX-800     01/W     03R/W     05R/W     M1     M1R     M3     M3R  
  Poly-800     T1       T2     T3     Wavestation  
 Oberheim    Matrix‑6     Matrix‑6R     Matrix‑12     Matrix‑1000     Xpander  
Roland    αJuno-1     αJuno-2     D-10     D-110     D-20     D-5     D-50     D-550     D-70     DJ-70  
  GR-1     GR-30     GR-50     HS-10     HS-80     JD-800     JD-990     JP-8000     Jupiter‑8     JV‑1000  
  JV-1010     JV-1080     JV-2080     JV-30     JV-35     JV-50     JV-80     JV-880     JV-90     JX-1  
  JX-8P     JX-10     MKS-50     MKS-70     MKS-80     MKS‑100     Model 660     Model 760     MT-32     S-10  
  S-220     S-330     S-50     S-550     S-750     S-760     SP-700     U-110     U-20     U-220  
    Vecoven v3       Vecoven v4       VK-1000     XP-10     XP-30     XP-50     XP-60     XP-80  
Yamaha    DX-11     FB-01  
          ❖ If your synthesizer, sampler or device is not on this list, it might still be possible to determine the Manufacturer ID and Op Code
          ❖ This utility will not work with Internet Explorer. Please use Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera or Edge

Choose a valid SysEx File [*.syx] - i.e. Bulk Bump, Patch File, Tone File, etc... - SysEx File Verification Utility

MKS-50, MKS50, ALPHA JUNO, JUNO-1, JUNO-2, SYNTHESIZER, MKS, PG300, PG-300, ROLAND, PATCH, PATCHES, TONE, TONES, SYNTH, JUNO1, JUNO2, SUPERJX, SUPER JX, JX10, JX-10, MKS70, MKS-70, MKS, PG800, PG-800, MC64C, M64, M-64C, SYNTHESIZER, GENPATCH, U-20, U20, Korg, Kawai, Oberheim, Casio, Yamaha, D-10, D-110, D-20, D-5, D-50, D-550, D-70, DJ-70, GR-1, GR-30, GR-50, HS-10, HS-80, JD-800, JD-900, JP-8000, Jupiter-8, JV-1000, JV-1010, JV-1080, JV-2080, JV-30, JV-50, JV-35, JV-80, JV-880, JV-90, JX-1, JX-8P, MKS-100, MKS-80, Model 660, Model 760, MT-32, S-10, S-220, S-330, S-50, S-550, S-750, S-760, SP-700, U-110, U-220, VK-1000, XP-10, XP-30, XP-50, XP-60, XP-80, K1, K1m, K1r, K3, K4, K4r, K5, K5m, A1, A2, EX-800, 01/W, 03R/W, 05R/W, M1, M1R, M3, M3R, Poly-800, T1, T2, T3, Wavestation, CZ-1, CZ-101, CZ-1000, CZ-3000, CZ-5000, Matrix-6, Matrix-6R, Matrix-12, Matrix-1000, Xpander, E-Mu, Proteus 1, Proteus 2, Proteus 3, Proteus FX, DX-11, FB-01, Behringer, BCR2000, BCF2000, B2K