A. Setting up the mixer for the Cancun with the MultiSound Pinnacle
1. Click Start | Programs | TBS Pro Audio | Audio Mixer
2. To the lower left of the Daughter Synth fader, click Advanced
3. In "Daughter Board Type Selection" select "Roland SCD-10/15".
NOTE: The WaveArtist Output Gain will NOT affect the level of the Cancun.
You may use the main Daughter slider instead.
B. Quick Generic Setup for DOP, DOPro, DO, MOP (Access to most GS sounds)
1. From the Menu bar of the program go to Options | Patch Map Setup
2. Select TBS Pro Daughter Synth Out.
3. Enable the "Same" button to assign the patch names to all channels.
4. Select the "GS" Patch Map on Channel 1.
(All channels will now be changed to GS).
5. Disable the "Same" button.
6. Click on channel 10 and select the "GS Drums" for this channel.
7. Click Ok when you are done.
NOTE: To use a Patch Map customized specifically for the Cancun, please
follow the steps below:
C. Obtaining the Cancun Patch Maps
First you need to Download the Cancun Patch Map:
1. Log onto our website at www.voyetra.com
2. Go to: Support | FTP Files Download Area | Cancun | Patch Libraries
3. Download the CANCUN.INI file
D. Adding the Cancun Patch Maps to DOP, DOPro, DO, MOP
1. Do a search on your computer for vseqptch.ini (NOTE: You may have more
than one vseqptch.ini file on your hard drive. Verify that you choose
the one used by DOPro).
2. Double click on the file "vseqptch.ini" to open it.
3. Under the [Patch Maps] header, add these 2 lines exactly as they
4. Save the file "vseqptch.ini".
5. Move the downloaded file "Cancun.ini" into the same folder as vseqptch.ini
(your Digital Orchestrator Pro directory).
6. Repeat the steps in section B. above, only this time replace "GS" and
"GS Drums" with "Cancun" and "Cancun Drums" respectively.
Digital Orchestrator Pro is now setup so that the Cancun patch names are
displayed in the track screen when the Cancun's MIDI port is selected for that
These patch names are displayed in the Track/View screen when the patch column
is in the expanded mode or when you right-click in the patch column.