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PostPosted: Tue Aug 12, 2008 1:18 pm 
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Hello everybody.
I'm try to find the xml files for Korg electribe RmkII, and for Novation bass station , but there is no way to find it. Does anyone know any place to find it?
thank you very much!


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idgi6 wrote:
Hello everybody.
I'm try to find the xml files for Korg electribe RmkII, and for Novation bass station , but there is no way to find it. Does anyone know any place to find it?
thank you very much!


Sorry you haven't gotten a response so far. If there is no XML for your library, chances are there won't be one, so you will need to make one yourself.

If you look under username "TATSU NAGAO" you will find a tutorial he did on writing the XMLs.

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I have tried it before posting, but it is imposible for me to understand a word from that

thank you very much anyway!


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