How can I upload a new cabinet in the Torpedo VB-101/VM-202?

New cab upload tutorial for Mac and PC

New cabinets from Two Notes for the Torpedo VB-101/VM-202 are given as .tsr files. These files need to be uploaded on the VB-101/VM-202 using the Torpedo Remote software.

1- Put the .tsr file (for example "Calif Low.tsr) into the DATA directory you can find at the root of the Torpedo Remote install directory.

Under Windows, the default path to this directory is "C:\Program Files\Two Notes Audio Engineering\TorpedoRemote\Data".

Under Mac OSX, the default path is " /Application/Two Notes/Data".

NOTICE : the name of the file is the name that will be printed on the VB-101/VM-202 screen. if you, change the name of the file, you change the name displayed on the VB-101/VM-202. This way you can choose what will be displayed by the machine.


2- Power on the VB-101/VM-202 if needed. Launch the Torpedo Remote Software. Please check that the VB-101/VM-202 is correctly synced with the Remote : the led on the top right of the Remote windows must be green and you can see the indication "USB". In the case you don't see a green led and the USB indication, please check your USB connection.

3- In the Remote software, click on flie/Memory Management. A Mermory management windows appears, the VB-101/VM-202 screen displays a "waiting for command message".


4- Click on the "speaker" button in the upper side of the memory management window. On the left you can see a list of speaker files on your /DATA directory, on the right the speakers already inside the VB-101/VM-202.


5- Click on a speaker file on the left (right click or CTRL+click on Mac OSX). Choose "copy to" on the list, then choose a memory slot to upload the new speaker into.


6- Uploading a speaker file takes about 1 minute. You can see a progress bar on the VB-101/VM-202 screen.

7a- A When the upload is done, you can see a brief "saving" message on the VB-101/VM-202 screen, then the "wainting for command" message comes back.

In the Memory Management windows, you can see on the right the new speaker.

7b- Si I something goes wrong during the transfer, close the Remote software et go back to step 2. You may see a "corrupted" speaker on the right list of the memory managemant window. To delete it, right click on it then select "delete". You can continue to step 5.