The Studio Button Bar
The Add button manages the contents of the Studio
The Open button opens a saved Studio, replacing the current Studio contents
The Save button saves the current Studio with a new name
The Cut button removes the selected Instrument module from the Studio and places it on the clipboard
The Copy button makes a copy of the selected instrument module and places it on the clipboard
The Paste button copies the instrument module on the clipboard and adds the copy to the Studio
The Put button sends a SysEx from the selected instrument module to the MIDI hardware
The Edit button opens the editor for the selected instrument
The Get button transfers SysEx from the MIDI hardware to the selected instrument module
The Settings button opens a dialog to assign the communication parameters for the selected instrument module
The Fast Tips button opens the Fast Tips help for the selected instrument module
The Help button opens Midi Quest's online manual
The Purchase button is used to purchase the selected instrument module for full program functionality or to activate the librarian / bank editor.
The Global button opens the Preferences dialog to assign options with affect the operation of Midi Quest.
The Status View button toggles display of the Status View in the bottom part of the screen
The Resources View button toggles display of the the Resources View in the right hand side of the screen (for Midi Quest only)
The Panic button outputs note off events on all MIDI channels for all MIDI OUT ports in the event of a stuck MIDI note
If the iPad is held vertically or large icons (default) are used with an iPad that has a 1024 x 768 screen resolution, all of the buttons may not be visible. In this case, it is possible to get a list of all commands by two finger tapping on the button bar and selecting the desired command from the list. This applies to all button bars in Midi Quest.