Yes, I think Pfifferlinge is the golden chantarelle. In Sweden we have two sorts. See my pasted text:
Craterellus tubaeformis (formerly Cantharellus tubaeformis) is an edible fungus, also known as Yellowfoot, winter mushroom, or Funnel Chanterelle. It is mycorrhizal, forming symbiotic associations with plants, making it very challenging to cultivate. It is smaller than the golden chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) and has a dark brown cap with paler gills and a hollow yellow stem. C. tubaeformis tastes stronger but less fruity than the golden chanterelle. It has a very distinctive smokey, peppery taste when raw.
You'll find the first part of the tutorial posted in the section on Cakewalk/Sonar and Cubase tutorials. Here (attached) is the first part of the script file with all the voices pasted into it.
So far I've only set the first piano voices (as per the data list) to what I believe they should be. That is, I've re-ordered them into PC#, MSB#, LSB# as required by Cubase. The rest of the file is, as yet, unaltered.
Hi JohnG! Now I have downloaded your file. Open Notepad++ and watched. : ) I don't know much about this. I can see that you have put the words and numbers to a new order. The right order I think. And you have put [g1] and [g2] in a few places. And p3 in the beginning of every pianovoice. I can see that it is possible for me to do it your way if a have a little knowhow about what I'm doing. I tried to open it i Cubase. I saved as .txt, Put it in the same map where the other available files are. Program/Steinberg/Cubase6/scripts/patchnames/inactive All the others there are .txt-files. I started Cubase and thought that Cubase should read which files there are i the map "inactive". But unfortunately not, your file didn't show up as available choise.
I don't know why it don't come up when I try to load a new file. Do you?
Hi again, After reading your text in Cubase turtorials I'm very impressed off your work. I translate everything into Swedish to understand better, but it's still very complicated to me. And I don't know how the file should transform itself in Cubase. I can't find a way to import a midi device in the program. I think they read the files in the upstart of the program. Maybe just under the program installation?? Should I reinstall Cubase? Or should we give up? It's never too late to give up. ; )
For a start, the file, as it is currently, is not suitable to be used in Cubase, only the very first part, the piano patches are in the correct order. The whole of the rest of the file, from E-Piano onward, needs processing in the same way that I have re-ordered the data in that first part. This may be the reason why it won't load, because it's faulty as far as Cubase is concerned.
What I have done, in the file that I posted, is create all the necessary groups and sub-groups, and pasted in all the patches from the Data List manual. You now need to process all those entries, first with a [p3 then moving the name to the end, and lastly re-ordering the MSB, LSB, PC to PC-1, MSB, LSB. So within E-Piano, the first entry:- "SuitcaseEP 0 118 5 Cool!" becomes [p3, 4, 0, 118] Cool!SuitcaseEP
Only when all the entries have been corrected will it become usable.
There seems to be a lot of information on the Steinberg forum about how to make the file work within Cubase. Although I had a copy of Cubase a long time ago, I don't use it anymore, so can't be of much help here.
Hello again... Sorry but I don't think I have patience to put every single downstroke right. If I make a single one fault it won't work and I don't know where I have made it wrong. I have read in Cubase forums but I can't find an easier solution.
I have tried to work around it instead in Cubase. Maybe I'll be satisfied after a while. Or maybe I gonna try another program instead of Cubase. Hard to do after over 20 years.... Is this aproblem with other applications? Do you know some sequester application which support Yamaha CVP701?