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Yamaha DX7 Sound Banks?

Is there any good Sound Banks out there for Yamaha DX7? Not too into FM programming
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I'm looking for a specific DX7 Sysex file called "sound source unlimited super LA voices" if anyone has it I'd be very grateful
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Does the hyperom work on a mk1? I'm getting tired of trying to find a mk2, they rarely come up - the mk1 is all over the place.
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HypraROM is of mk1-size - it won't fit in a mk2. I dumped the sounds using an mk1.
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Ah ok, thanks!
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@ grasspike b.t.w. I had to try that link.

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There are 1000's of free patches available on the net. Most of them are just minor tweeks to presets, so it's a time consuming process to go through them all and find some real keepers. Best approach is to find some close to what you're looking for and then tweek them. A software editor really makes things easier for FM.
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There are 1000's of free patches available on the net. Most of them are just minor tweeks to presets, so it's a time consuming process to go through them all and find some real keepers. Best approach is to find some close to what you're looking for and then tweek them. A software editor really makes things easier for FM.
The Hypra that Yoozer posted is one the best cards for the DX7. There are no fillers, it's full of good-to-great patches.

The one I'm looking for is the famous Ian Curnow "bass" cartridge used in all those S.A.W. productions of the '80s - does anyone have that one?
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I have ton on floppy disks if you want them. Just cover the shipping and they are yours.
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Hey man, beautiful condition, but a bit too dear for me.
Fair enough I realised when buying secondhand synths you gets what you pay for!
I dont really want to sell it anyway..
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I know what you mean, but it's just the extra petrol to get to Brum, etc, and i'd be looking at £400 for what is going for closer to £200. Let me know if you're gonna be near London or Cardiff any time soon!

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I know what you mean, but it's just the extra petrol to get to Brum, etc, and i'd be looking at £400 for what is going for closer to £200. Let me know if you're gonna be near London or Cardiff any time soon!

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FYI I'm selling this beauty also as I have 2! Another bargain for £300 As you can see I'm a fan of FM!!!!!

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