OP-1 Patch Limit numbers

Does anyone know the limit numbers for adding Sampler, Synthesis & Drum patches? 
I remember hearing something about 25 sampler patches (my op-1 stops at 25), but I can't remember the other limits.

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  • edited August 2014
    This is a 2011 post from the old ohpeewon forum (btw, the server is still active, just not published through a DNS):

    From TE support:

    The OP-1 can store the following:

    Max Synth Sampler patches = 42

    Max Synth Synthesis patches = 100

    Max Drum Patches = 42

    I guess you need to subtract the factory presets from the figures above...
  • Ok great, thanks punji!
  • what's the ip of the old server? 
  • Edit your "hosts" file (located at C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts on Windows or /private/etc/hosts on Mac) and add the following line at the end:

    69.163.224.179 ohpeewon.com

    Now try to open the old site in your browser as before, like "http://ohpeewon.com".
  • clever @Punji is clever.
  • @KrisM Tricks of the trade... :-)
  • This didn't work for me on a mac Punji...I wasn't allowed to modify, I tried saving a copy elsewhere and dropping it in but it didn't work. I want to believe!
  • This didn't work for me on a mac Punji...I wasn't allowed to modify, I tried saving a copy elsewhere and dropping it in but it didn't work. I want to believe!
    I used to know how to do this but have long since forgotten, but this person seems to know:http://www.tekrevue.com/tip/edit-hosts-file-mac-os-x/

    OS X makes you jump through a few hoops.
  • Bad news: the old site is not working anymore (you get an advert page instead). :-(
  • Is there any way to remove some of the factory presets from the op-1 to make more room?
  • Sadly no.
    People (including myself) had been asking for the option to delete factory presets, but that choice has not been given to us...
  • You can always nose through the old ohpeewon pages this way....


  • You can always nose through the old ohpeewon pages this way....



    That's gonna be really great to look through.  I didn't have a OP-1 back then.  Thanks for bringing that up.
  • Are user synth samples 6 seconds regardless of trim points? Doesn't seem to be a truncate function and Seems like I can extend 'end' point way beyond the end of what I actually recorded on samples which under 6 seconds, which is like 80% of my samples. If so that seems like a pretty weird waste of memory.
  • Are user synth samples 6 seconds regardless of trim points? Doesn't seem to be a truncate function and Seems like I can extend 'end' point way beyond the end of what I actually recorded on samples which under 6 seconds, which is like 80% of my samples. If so that seems like a pretty weird waste of memory.

    Just like the tape and album, and seemingly everything else on the OP-1, I think the samples already have pre-allocated storage spots, which sounds like a very stable and processor-efficient way of organising memory to me.

    I'm no expert at these matters, but pre-allocating memory used to be very common in the old days when computers weren't as snappy as they are today. It means only the pre-allocated memory spot has to be written or read from and the pointer telling the system where to find something is fixed, whereas with a fluid memory organisation, you'd also need to write and read the pointers telling you which memory location to access.
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