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yamaha rm-50 (1992) rhythm sound module
« on: August 24, 2016, 05:39:12 AM »


yamaha rm-50 (1992) rhythm sound module
http://www.sonicstate.com/synth_reviews/rm50/
http://www.linuxtech.net/musicgear/synth_yamaha_rm50.html

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Yamaha RM50 Features and specifications:
Yamaha AWM2 Synthesis System:
16bit 48KHz waveforms, same AWM2 chip and 22-bit D/A converters as the SY99
16-part multitimbral, polyphony: 16 notes
3 MByte PCM ROM containing 133 waveforms
1128 programs: 500 preset, 500 partially-editable variations, 128 user (13 banks in total)
rythm kits: 64 preset + 64 user (2 banks)
3 waveform card slots (takes RY30, SY55 and SY77 cards)
1 data card slot for Yamaha MCD32 or MCD64 memory cards, with 1 or 2 sets of 500 partially-editable variations, 128 user programs (7 banks in total) and 64 user rythm kits
optional internal 512KB RAM memory expansion board (for up to 64 user waveforms)
resonance capable 12/24db HP/LP filters
1U rack size, 480x347x44mm (WxDxH), 5 kg weight
LCD display: 2 lines x 24 characters with backlight
power: AC 220-240V (120V US), 14W, internal 3V lithium backup battery (CR2450)
1/4" jack L/MONO+R outputs + 6 individual audio outputs, 1/4" stereo headphone jack
MIDI In+Out+Thru, 6 analog trigger inputs (with A/D to MIDI converters)
release year: 1992 (manufactured from 1992 to 1995)
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