Maybe an alternative way to create a librarian of sorts would be to have an app that mimics the front of the Model D this would then allow you to dial in the settings using the knobs and switches on the mimic display, these could then be stored with a name and any comment/notes. The main advantage over paper records of patches is that they could be easily transferred between devices or even shared, at the moment the best way to achieve this is to take a photo if the patch as a record. This would also be a good idea for other synths such as the Neutron.
I am sure this should be possible, as what I am trying to do is use an M32 at the side of the stage to take the inputs from the on stage mics and DI's in the same way as a stage box and connect that to a second M32 to do the actual mix, I don't need to be able to do monitor mix's on the remote M32 as this will be done on the FOH M32. The problem I am hitting is that when the 2 M32's are connected over AES50 I don't have control of the input levels on the remote, so what I get is a combination of the input gain on both desks applied sequentially. All I actually want is the remote M32 to sit there and behave as a stage box, as I have gig coming up that poses some challenges for running the multicore and as I have 2 M32's it would be much simpler to be able to run over an AES50 connection.