Welcome to the Miraheze Sysex Wiki.
The purpose of this wiki is to serve as a repository for MIDI System Exclusive data formats for any device that supports system exclusive.
One crowd-sourced place to find all channel control and system exclusive data for any device that speaks MIDI.
A Universal Representation - UR - for MIDI devices
- system-inclusive if you will
A place for documenting software that can do interesting things with the UR:
- first up is a reference implementation in Python: psysex
- dedicated programming tools that come with products soon becomes abandonware
- commercial editor/librarian software is expensive
- because we can
Start by joining System Exclusive on Facebook.
Donate to miraheze.org, the group hosting the wiki.
Contribute operationally to the miraheze.org team.
Code and data format information is at github.
Feel free to add a device. Look though the formats of some of the other pages to understand how items are structured by Category.
- Vendor: Top category of a tree organized by equipment vendor.
- Device Type: Top category of a tree organized by device type.
Any manufacturer of MIDI Hardware or Software many use the system exclusive codes of any existing product without the permission of the original manufacturer - MIDI 1.0 Detailed Specification Document Version 4.2, Revised September 1995.
This does not grant us right to republish copyrighted works containing the information.
Do not upload manufacturer's documents unless you also upload a notice from the manufacturer granting permission for this use.
Link liberally to their documents if you need to.
Names of manufacturers and their products are trademarks of the various manufacturers.
Every attempt should be made to get the spelling, capitalization and naming right for the manufacturers and their products.
Any manufacturer that sees an issue with naming, let us know.
This is a strictly CC-By-SA operation. By contributing to the growth of this wiki, you are licensing your contribution to the community under the terms of CC-By-SA.