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Roland SC-7 (1992) midi interface / synth module
« on: December 15, 2015, 05:43:03 PM »
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_SC-7

serial port for connecting directly to a mac serial rs422


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Re: Roland SC-7 (1992) midi interface / synth module
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2018, 08:53:12 AM »
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/roland-sc-7/5562

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Tech specs
Number of Parts: 16
Number of Sounds: 128
Number of Drum Sets: 6
Maximum Polyphony: 28 Voices
Effects: Reverb/Delay, Chorus
Interfaces:
MIDI In
RS-422 (for Apple Macintosh)
RS-232C (for PCs and others)

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Bundles o' joy
The SC-7 is ideal for anyone getting started in computer-based music and to make the process that much less painful, Roland has packaged the SC-7 into three bundles:

DTM/7/AT at £335 for PCs running MS DOS. SC-7, Ballade, Band-In-A-Box.
DTM/7/WAT at £335 for PCs running Windows. SC-7, Turbo Trax, Band-In-A-Box.
DTM/7/APL at £335 for the Apple Macintosh. SC-7, Turbo Trax, Band-In-A-Box.