Free patch editor for Zoom pedals: G5n, G3n, G3Xn, B3n, G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

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Free patch editor for Zoom pedals: G5n, G3n, G3Xn, B3n, G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by Tonelib » Thu Mar 15, 2018 1:20 pm

The ToneLib is an application for Win and OSX which allows you to see, change and save all the settings in your Zoom pedal through your computer.
Intuitive drag-and-drop interface will allow you to build your Effect Chain and design the sound you need in the easiest way. As soon as you’ve reached the sound to your liking, you can save it both on your personal Zoom device and your computer, or even share it with other.

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At present, the program works with (latest firmware):

B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, G1on, G1Xon, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

You can download it from the downloads section www.tonelib.net. The program is free. Enjoy. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

Cheers,
Denis
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Re: Free editor for Zoom pedals: G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by NucleusX » Thu Mar 15, 2018 2:24 pm

On behalf of the Zoom community, i'd like to extend a thankyou for this invaluable contribution !
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Re: Free editor for Zoom pedals: G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by bether » Mon Mar 19, 2018 1:11 pm

WOW! Very great work @Tonelib.
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Re: Free editor for Zoom pedals: G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by BizBaz » Wed Mar 21, 2018 12:43 pm

works great! thank you!
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Re: Free editor for Zoom pedals: G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by agfrag » Wed Apr 04, 2018 8:50 pm

That sure is nice Tonelib, can't wait to use it on my MS60B.

Question: Do you know if there are any plans to release an editor for the G3N I just purchased today?
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Re: Free editor for Zoom pedals: G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by stubbsonic » Sun Apr 08, 2018 1:35 pm

It would be great if they offered a G3n editor.

In a ideal world, there'd be access to additional parameters that are not available because of the 1-page/4-knob limitation. But I won't hold my breath.
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Re: Free editor for Zoom pedals: G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by Tonelib » Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:44 am

stubbsonic wrote:
Sun Apr 08, 2018 1:35 pm
It would be great if they offered a G3n editor.

In a ideal world, there'd be access to additional parameters that are not available because of the 1-page/4-knob limitation. But I won't hold my breath.
Hi!

A new major version of ToneLib has been released (Win/MacOS). It is now support the Zoom G3n/G3Xn/G5n/B3n devices. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

Denis.
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Re: Free editor for Zoom pedals: G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by NucleusX » Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:56 am

Cool, one suggestion i have. It'd be nice to see the version number of Tonelib itself added to the download page link, and/or file name.
That way people could compare version numbers to a previously installed one and know a newer update version is available at the site.
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Re: ToneLib for iOS?

Post by stubbsonic » Sat Apr 21, 2018 9:37 am

Can a version of ToneLib be made for iOS? There might be some interesting possibilties:

1. editing, and quasi-realtime control of parameters via MIDI?
2. selecting presets more freely with on-screen palettes and MIDI?
3. library of presets that is more portable than a laptop/desktop
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Re: Free patch editor for Zoom pedals: G5n, G3n, G3Xn, B3n, G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by theonemanband » Thu Jun 21, 2018 6:23 pm

Tonelib wrote:
Thu Mar 15, 2018 1:20 pm
The ToneLib is an application for Win and OSX which allows you to see, change and save all the settings in your Zoom pedal through your computer.
Intuitive drag-and-drop interface will allow you to build your Effect Chain and design the sound you need in the easiest way. As soon as you’ve reached the sound to your liking, you can save it both on your personal Zoom device and your computer, or even share it with other.

Image

At present, the program works with (latest firmware):

B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, G1on, G1Xon, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

You can download it from the downloads section www.tonelib.net. The program is free. Enjoy. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Cheers,
Denis
Sorry, I’m late to the party!
This looks fantastic and a real asset for users of the MS stompbox series.
I presume though, that this app will not work with the MS-100 BT; are there any plans for a similar app for use with this model?
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Re: Free patch editor for Zoom pedals: G5n, G3n, G3Xn, B3n, G1on, G1Xon, B1on, B1Xon, MS-60b, MS-50g, MS-70CDR

Post by stubbsonic » Sun Jun 24, 2018 3:03 pm

I agree it would have been great to have an editor for the MS-100BT.

Since the MS-100BT is bluetooth only, they would have had to have built that kind of access into the firmware. If they did, they made no use of it in their stomp-share app. Now the pedal is discontinued so no new modules, no new firmware.
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