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Goldstar GSC-X21 GM Synth board
« on: February 05, 2016, 03:10:09 PM »
Goldstar GSC-X21 GM

The GSC-X21 is essentially a wavetable synthesiser on a PC expansion card and appears to music software (or Windows 3.1) as a Roland MPU-401 compatible MIDI interface -- rather like the SCC-1 card. The card's sounds are ROM-based, and there are four different drum kits as well as the usual GM sound set. As well as being a MIDI 16-voice multitimbral synthesiser with 32-note polyphony, the card can be used as a MIDI interface using the supplied cable. Goldstar are probably best known for their computer products but recently have been making inroads into the home keyboard market, so it's not surprising that they should produce a product that combines both technologies. Turnkey are also offering a 14-day, money back guarantee when you buy the card. To find out if they have any left, call them on 071 379 5148 or fax them on 071 379 0093. -- http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/1994_articles/sep94/pcnotes.html