Due to your numerous requests to make an “Analog Pearl” bank in the Sisex format, instead of the tape interface, I plunged into the study of the midi protocol in the Korg DW-8000.
It turned out everything is not so simple.
To transfer 64 presets from the synthesizer, a special Midi Dump Request command is required.
The instructions are written very vaguely and blurry, without specific code.
So I turned to various editors, librarians, and websites.
After some digging, I found 2 ways out of the situation.
For PC it’s the good old Sound Diver – it works flawlessly.
Slowly reads all 64 cells and allows you to save them to an MDI file, which can then be transferred to Sysex.
And for a Mac computer, there was only a site with a paid registration, to which you can connect via midi and save / load presets and banks to the DW8000 and vice versa.
Free version immaculately downloads sounds to the list, but to save them to your computer you need a paid subscription.https://f0f7.net/fe/#/SysexLibrarian
After saving in Midi format, the presets can also be loaded into the free Korg DW-8000 emulator from Full Bucket Music Company, which sounds quite adequate and reliable, as far as the computer processor allows.https://www.fullbucket.de/music/fb7999.html
Now you can enjoy the amazing deep sound of the DW family without limits.