This program is
used to display and edit the internal names of Atelier(TM) organ
Performance files are saved as a pair. The filename ending in
'.rsc' contains the track/performance name.
(The '.rsd' file with the same name pairs with the rsc file).
These files can have 12 character names.
These files are proprietary Roland Corporation.
AteliEdit does not alter any part of the file format. Only the
internal name is modified. This name consists of 12 or less
Currently AteliEdit supports only the English character set.
The file type '.upg' contains organ registration settings and is
not paired with any other file. UPG files may also be renamed to
a maximum of 12 characters only.
NOTE: The name must be 12 characters or less. Also (currently)
only RSC, UPG and (MID Midi files 'saved' by an AT series organ)
can be renamed.
SMF and WAV file renaming may be included in future versions.
Files of type '.wav' can be played on your computer to preview
the track. The computer must have a sound module for this to
Use your standard PC volume control to adjust playback volume.
Playback of '.mid' Midi files may be included in a future
version. A MIDI sequencer/synthesiser must exist for this to
work. (Your sound card/module usually has this).
file AteliEdit.zip from
Run the setup.exe
When the installation is
finished AteliEdit can be launched from Start / All Programs
/ Eastern Digital / AteliEdit | AteliEdit.
When the program opens simply
browse to any folder containing your performance &/or
registration files. E.g. a USB flash drive. Or any folder on
Click OK and the files and
internal names will be listed!
Using The Program:
1. Ensure you BACKUP (copy) all files that you intend to
work with using this program.
Whilst all care has been taken to ensure that AteliEdit is
error free, its flawless operation is not guaranteed.
Unexpected power flicks, viruses etc. may also cause
problems. By backing up your registrations and performance
files you protect yourself should the files become damaged
2. Click on the Browse button icon and locate the folder
containing the Atelier files you will be working with.
3. From the list displayed, highlight the file you wish to
rename and enter the new name in the provided box.
4. Click 'Rename' to complete the operation.
The file list may also be exported. The exported file is
saved in "TAB" delimited format. The file extension is
".tsv" for Tab Separated Values.
Tab separation is ideal for importing into any spreadsheet
program such as Microsoft Excel.
By exporting your file list into Excel etc. you will be able
to save and print lists of your registrations and
Updated versions of this program may be found at:
* Sort list view on all 3 columns.
* Play MIDI files
Suggestions / Bugs? – Please send an email
[email protected] to let us know.
This program was written in pure native C++ with MFC classes
(not .NET) using Microsoft(TM) Visual Studio 2008 Service
Static linking was used to provide a much more portable
(single EXE) program. No "add-on" runtime packages or DLL's
AteliEdit runs on Windows platforms Windows XP through to
Windows 7 / Server 2008 R2
An x64 (64 Bit version) is also provided for x64 Windows
versions from XP up.
AteliEdit contains no Badware, Malware, Adware, Spyware,
Viruses, Rootkits or “phone home” / “Check for Updates”
It does not require any Internet connection and does not
collect any personal, statistical or casual information
No data or information is sent from the program to any
This program is freeware and must not be re-sold in
AteliEdit is released freely to the
home & professional music community without any royalties or
whatsoever as a
(hopefully useful) software utility for Atelier Organ Owners
The Atelier series of digital organs are products of Roland
Eastern Digital Pty. Ltd. has no affiliation(s) with Roland
Enhancements welcome. Please send them to
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