Mac & Win Editor, Firmware
Now available: a standalone control app for both Mac OS and Windows! Using the the software, you can control everything in 6Appeal with a Ableton-style GUI. You need a MIDI interface or a MIDI equipped soundcard and two standard MIDI cables.
6Appeal Editor download
Editor for Windows (tested with Win 7, 8, 10 64bit):
Editor for Mac OS (tested with Sierra and High Sierra):
Editor's older version for Mac OS (tested with Yosemite, El Capitan):
Download the editor manual:
You can change and save all parameters in real time, name, save and recall your presets, operate sequencer and LFO etc. If you dig up any bugs, please notify us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To work with Editor, 6Appeal firmware has to be 1.1.0 or higher. If you still have (original) 1.0.0 version in your box, please update. All devices obtained from us, or from PCA as of late 2017 should have the new version already, and you can start using the editor immediately.
Download the 6Appeal firmware:
Here's the Win driver you need for update:
Did you mess a lot with the presets, and want to start over with the original set? Here are the original presets:
Not supported software from users
As 6Appeal has full MIDI implementation, you can build your own object-oriented control software, or use 6Appeal as a control device.
Here's a patch made by Enda Bates for Ableton Live with Max. It does work perfectly but obviously we cannot give any guarantee, nor can we support this patch, as it's not developed in-house!
Just drag an empty Max instrument to a new MIDI track, click Edit Button and under File, load the patch (save it to disk beforehand). Please accept the fact that this is not a ready made and supported feature; feel free to use it as a building block.
General Manuals and Introductory Flowcharts