GX-700 Sound Station is a small Windows application for the BOSS GX-700 Guitar Effects Processor used to edit patches in real-time by using MIDI SysEx (System Exclusive) messages. It also allows using your computer to store custom patches, by receiving and sending data. So it is a bank manager/librarian too. It should run on any Win32 platform, that is any OS from Windows 95 to Windows 7, although current version has only been tested on Windows 7.
Sound Station is currently freeware, please, ignore the trial/shareware version that remains on internet, like in shareware/download sites. That version is outdated and has a trial period.
After more than a decade of commercial availability as shareware, GX-700 Sound Station has been updated to run correctly on modern operating systems (mainly for Windows 7) and it is now distributed as freeware. The plan is to fix the problems it had and improve its features. It should run on Vista and possibly on XP too, although this hasn't been confirmed yet.
Download GX-700 Sound Station 4.24 (Changelog) (Known issues)
When updating from a previous version you only need to overwrite the files you currently use with the ones on the new ZIP.
Note that if you altered the stock visual schemes, to overwrite the .VS7 files will change them back to their default values. For this reason, it is recommended to rename any customized visual scheme before updating. This only applies to the included "stock" visual scheme files, if you created your own schemes with their own custom name there is no problem with those.
If the help system doesn't show up correctly (no content on the right panel of the help window), check the "Known issues" link just above this for a solution.
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