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<P CLASS=INFO>Some MIOS applications like <A HREF="midibox64.html">MIDIbox64</A>, <A HREF="midibox64e.html">MIDIbox64E</A>, <A HREF="midibox_mf.html">MIDIbox MF</A> and <A HREF="midio128.html">MIDIO128</A> are providing additional configuration possibilities which are part of a "Bank". In difference to the program code, such memory dumps can be uploaded on-the-fly during runtime, and some of the applications also allow to store the dumps in a <A HREF="mbhp_bankstick.html">BankStick</A>, so that you are able to switch between different setups very quickly.<P>
 
<P CLASS=INFO>There are two ways to edit the bank content. You can either use the <A HREF="midibox/mk_syx.zip">mk_syx</A> or <A HREF="midio128/mk_midio128_syx.zip">mk_midio128_syx</A> script for a text based configuration (the fastest way to customize a large number of settings), or you can use Serge's vmidibox editors which are described <A HREF="howto_tools_syxedit.html">here</A> (GUI based configuration).</P>
<P CLASS=INFO>There are two ways to edit the bank content. You can either use the <A HREF="midibox/mk_syx.zip">mk_syx</A> or mk_midio128_syx (part of MIDIO128 package) script for a text based configuration (the fastest way to customize a large number of settings), or you can use Serge's vmidibox editors which are described <A HREF="howto_tools_syxedit.html">here</A> (GUI based configuration).</P>
 
<P CLASS=INFO><B>Serge's editor doesn't support the new features of the PIC18F firmwares yet, therefore the method descriped here is the only way to get access over all possibilities!</B></P>