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Yamaha TG100 (1991) midi interface / synth module
« on: December 16, 2015, 02:43:28 AM »

can connect directly to a an early 90s pc or mac via the host serial connection supported by early versions of logic
http://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/articles/cable-requirements-connect-yamaha-midi-instrument-pc-mac/
http://soundprogramming.net/synthesizers/yamaha/yamaha-tg-100/
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/two-s-company/2919


http://www.synthark.org/Yamaha/TG100.html
http://soundprogramming.net/synthesizers/yamaha/yamaha-tg-100/
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The TG100 is a ROMpler with 12-bit samples. It competed with the Roland MT-32 and SC-55 of the same era, but did not fare as well due to the competition's use of 16-bit samples.

The unit requires an external power adapter, original model PA-1505, but neither the manual nor the unit indicate the adaptor's polarity, so it can be difficult to find a replacement. It is 15 volts DC, 500mA, positive tip, but a 12-volt supply will generally work (it's just not ideal).

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Specifications
Year Released: 1991
Polyphony: 28 notes
Multitimbral: 16 parts
Preset Patches: 192
User Patches: 64
Preset Drum Kits: 10
ROM: 2MB (140 waveforms)
Screen: 16-character LCD
Dimensions: 220 mm x 196.5 mm x 40.6 mm
Weight: 1.0 kg
This is a tabletop module.
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