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Here is a repertory including actual and discontinued commercial soundbanks that I collected since over 25 years from ROM cartridges or floppy disks.
For each of them you'll find comments about company or sounddesigner and a detailed patchlist. Several of them also include image(s) from the original support.
This collection is not complete, if you have material that is not listed here, I would be largely interested in.


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This page is organized in two sections:
1°/ ROM cartridges & floppy disks collection
2°/ Missing soundbanks (I mean the material that I'm still searching for...)

ROM CARTRIDGES & FLOPPY DISKS COLLECTION

Companies/distributers (alphabetical order):
ARKBack In Time RecordsBAP-SoftwareDigital Music Soft WareEasy Sounds
Electron ArtistriesEMCEye & I ProductionsGreenHouse SoundGreytsounds
HitMusic
InVision InteractiveIshibashiK.S.R.E. MusicKäng-Kong Productions
Key CliqueKid NeproKinnetic FXKorgLeister
LETHOS ProductionLivewire AudioManyMIDIMetra SoundMr. Magic
MSPMusitronicsNew Man StudiosPA-DecoderPatch Pro
Patch/WorksPatchman MusicProSound
Pro-RecRittor Music
Soft SoundSound ArtSoundFoundationSound HoundSound Source Unlimited
SoundEngineSounds OKSoundSations!Synthetic PoductionsSynthware
TechnosisValhalaVoice Crystal

Sounddesigners/programmers (alphabetical order):
Boeckler, MikeFernandez, MannyFukuda, YasuhikoGorges, PeterHotop. Michael
Klimisch, ThomasKrischker, PeterMaass, HubertusMalacrida, ChiccioMöhlmann, Detlev
Ortega, AngelOgawa, FumiakiPeake, MikeRausch, Klaus-PeterRoberts, Nik
Shinoda, MotokazuTomlyn, BoUbukata, NoritakaVerret, ScottWalker, Greg
Warmers, VolkerWaever, JedWells, Paul

Downloadable soundbanks are available in standard Sysex (*.syx), SMF (*.mid) and Midi Quest© (*.sqc) file formats
KEEP IN MIND THAT SENDING THESE SOUNDBANKS TO YOUR SYNTH WILL ERASE ALL DATAS STORED IN YOUR M1/M1R INTERNAL MEMORY
Click here if you need some help or indications on how to transfer these soundbanks to your M1/M1R


KORG
Korg produced and distributed three different series of ROM cards for their M1 synths:
a) MPC-0** Series which contained Internal factory preload soundbanks
b) MPC-1* Series which contained original new soundbanks (3 volumes)
c) MSC-** Series which were double cards sets: one with an original new soundbank, the other one with new internal PCMs (16 volumes)
 M1/M1R Internal factory preload soundbank (MPC-00P ROM card)PatchlistImage
 M1/M1R Internal factory preload sequences (MPC-00S ROM card)PatchlistImage
 M1 EX/M1R EX Internal factory preload soundbank (MPC-0EX ROM card)PatchlistImage
 MPC-11 "Akira" PatchlistImage

 MPC-12 "World Omnibus" PatchlistImage

 MPC-13 "Bunmay"  (programmed by Fumiaki "Bunmay" Ogawa)PatchlistImage

 MPC-P01 "Rhythm/Standard"  (No Combis/No Progrs - pre-programmed drum Patterns)PatchlistImage

 MSC-1S double ROM cards setPatchlistImage

 MSC-2S "Synth 1" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-3S "Drums 1" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-4S "Orchestral 1" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-5S "Piano" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-6S "Fretted Insts 1" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-7S "Synth 2" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-8S "Percussion" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-9S "Organ" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-10S "Ethnic 1" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-11S "Brass" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-12S "Synth 3" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-13S "Ethnic 2" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-14S "Sound Effects" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-15S "Drums 2" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage

 MSC-16S "Environment" double ROM cards set (50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage



SOUND SOURCE UNLIMITED
SSU is an american society (Los Angeles) which developed complete sounds/samples libraries for a large collection of diverse synthesizers/samplers models.
Their products were distributed by Greytsounds™ (owner: Bob Grey) via their website since the mid 90's.
Sound Source Unlimited (SSU) was then renamed "Sound Source Interactive" (SSI).

Now, this website is offline since 2016. They seem to sell their products via their eBay store only.
There were a total of 9 ROM cards for the M1, most of them programmed by Manny Fernandez.
 M101R "New World Collection"PatchlistImage
 M102R "Film Textures"PatchlistImage
 M103R "Synthesizer Collection"PatchlistImage
 M104R "New Age Collection"PatchlistImage
 M105R "Pop/Rock Collection, Vol.1" (also distributed by SoundEngine, Technosis & Käng-Kong)               PatchlistImage
 M106R "MASTERAM 100" (originally distributed by Synthetic Productions as the "MASTERAM Vol.1")PatchlistImage
 M107R "Classical Organs, Vol.1"PatchlistImage
 M108R "Country/Acoustic FolkPatchlistImage
 M109R "Pop/Rock Collection, Vol.2"PatchlistImage


PA-DECODER
PA-Decoder is a german company (Bielefeld) which produced two M1 ROM cards.
 Volume I Patchlist
 Volume IIPatchlist


BO TOMLYN
Bo Tomlyn is an american musician who worked with famous artists during the 80's-90's (Prince, Lionel Richie, Pat Benatar, Bruce Springsteen, Cher, Chicago,...) as keyboardist or synth programmer.
He edited three ROM cards for the Korg M1:
volume 1 contains 100 Progrs/100 Combis as volumes 2&3 were labelized "Mini ROM" (50 Progrs/50 Combis each). These three ROM cards were also distributed by Key Clique (Studio City, California) - the Bo Tomlyn's company - as the "L.A. Studio Hits Vol.1-3". They were distributed in Japan by Rittor Music as the "Synthe Valley" (Vol.1) and "Big Lizards" (Vol.2 & 3 compiled in one 100 Progrs/100 Combis soundbank) ROM cards. These soundbanks are now distributed via the Web by SoundArt as sysex files.
 Volume 1 (known as the KeyClique "L.A. Studio Hits Vol.1" & Rittor Music KV-092 "Synthe Valley")PatchlistOrder it
 Volume 2 (known as the KeyClique "L.A. Studio Hits Vol.2" & Rittor Music KV-094 "Big Lizards" - 50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistOrder it
 Volume 3 (known as the KeyClique "L.A. Studio Hits Vol.3" & Rittor Music KV-094 "Big Lizards" - 50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistOrder it


LEISTER
Leister is an american company (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania - owner: Frank Leister) which edited soundbanks for several 80's synths models.
They produced one M1 ROM card.
 LeisterPatchlistImage


MICHAEL HOTOP
Michael Hotop is a german sounddesigner (Osnabrück) who programmed and sold soundbanks for several synths during the 80's-90's.
Most of his sets have been distributed in Japan by ARK. He produced at least 4 different ROM cards for the M1. "Synthetic & Pop" soundbank (programmed by Oshima & Michael Hotop) is still missing to my collection. 
Any informations or - best of all! -  a sysex version of this soundbank are welcome!

 "Europe Set" (known in Japan as the ARK/Source "HotopSounds Vol.3" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Studio Set" (known in Japan as the ARK/Source "HotopSounds Vol.2" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Studio & Performance" (50 Combis/50 Progrs)Patchlist


VALHALA
Valhala is a well-known american company (Ferndale, Michigan) which unfortunately went bankrupt on the early 90's.
They edited three different Korg M1 ROM cards Series: "Studio Series", "International Gold Series" and "ORGANizer Series".
"Studio Series" & "International Gold Series" gathered 4 ROM cards each.
"ORGANizer" Series gathered 2 ROM cards. "International Gold Series" sounds were developed by HIT MUSIC, Inc. and also distributed by SoundFoundation as the Gold ROM Cards Series.
"ORGANizer Series" ROM cards are dedicated to organ sounds only.

 Studio Series M101 "Top 40"PatchlistImage
 Studio Series M102 "Classic"PatchlistImage
 Studio Series M103 "New Age"PatchlistImage
 Studio Series M104 "Rock"PatchlistImage
 International Gold Series B-101 (Mix#1: Atmospheric/Textures)PatchlistImage
 International Gold Series B-102 (Mix#2: Euro Techno-Pop/House/Film)PatchlistImage
 International Gold Series B-103 (Mix#3: British Influenced/Tech-Pop)PatchlistImage
 International Gold Series B-104 (Mix#4: ??)PatchlistImage
 ORGANizer Series "Classic"PatchlistImage
 ORGANizer Series "Screamin' B3"PatchlistImage


KID NEPRO
Kid Nepro is an american company (New York - owner: Steve Proto) which is developing products since 1984.
They edited four M1 ROM cards in the past, and commercialized a sysex/SMF volume 5 in 2005. This last one contains 100 Programs only (no Combis).
 Volume 1 "Mixed Bag A"Patchlist
 Volume 2 "Mixed Bag B"Patchlist

 Volume 3 "Classic Synths"Patchlist
 Volume 4 "Acoustic Mix"Patchlist

 Volume 5 "Killer Keyboards" (100 Progrs/no Combis)Patchlist



GREENHOUSE SOUND
GreenHouse Sound is an american company (Nappanee, Indiana) which produced a ROM card for the M1 labeled "GHS-001".
 Volume 1 (distributed in Europe by Käng-Kong as the "Sound Collection 3" soundbank)PatchlistImage


DIGITAL MUSIC SOFT WARE
I collected one M1 ROM card from this japanese company, which seems to be the continuation of ARK society. All are labeled "Source" with a specific logo on it.
I know that they produced at least another M1 ROM card named "Drum Phrase" which includes 99 drum patterns.
Any informations or - best of all! -  sysex versions about eventual other volumes from this collection are welcome!

 Source "Studio Sound Vol.1" (also distributed by ARK as the "Volume 1")PatchlistImage


ARK
I collected three M1 ROM cards from this japanese company. They essentially distributed in Asia soundbanks from german top sounddesigner Michael Hotop.
A
ll are labeled "Source" with a specific logo on it.
Any informations (or sysex versions) about other volumes from this collection are welcome!

 Source "Volume 1" (also known as the Digital Music SoftWare "Studio Sound Vol.1" )PatchlistImage
 Source "Hotopsounds Vol.2" (distributed in Europe as the Michael Hotop's "Studio Set" )PatchlistImage
 Source "Hotopsounds Vol.3" (distributed in Europe as the Michael Hotop's "Europe Set" )PatchlistImage


RITTOR MUSIC
Rittor Music is a japanese company (Tokyo) which distributed ROM cards and also edited interesting books about synthesis.
As far as I know, they produced four M1 ROM cards. Their set included Bo Tomlyn's/KeyClique soundbanks.

 "Volume 1" (programmed by N. Ubukata & Y. Fukuda) PatchlistImage
 KV-092 "Synthe Valley" (known as the KeyClique "L.A. Studio Hits Vol.1" or Bo Tomlyn's "Volume 1") PatchlistImage
 KV-093 "Polychromy" (programmed by M. Shinoda) PatchlistImage
 KV-094 "Big Lizards" (known as the KeyClique "L.A. Studio Hits Vol.2&3" or Bo Tomlyn's "Volumes 2&3") PatchlistImage


SYNTHETIC PRODUCTIONS
Synthetic Productions is an american society (city? owner?) which distributed ROM/RAM cards as the MASTERAM Series.
Copyrights have certainly then been sold to Sound Source Unlimited.
SSU added 49 Combis and included it in their set as the M-106 "MASTERAM 100" ROM card.

 "MASTERAM Vol.1" (also known as the Sound Source Unlimited M-106 "MASTERAM 100" - 51 Combis/100 Progrs)PatchlistImage


PRO-REC
Pro-Rec is an american society (Santa Barbara, California) which is selling a large collection of soundbanks for several synths.
They produced four Korg M1 ROM cards.
 M1-1 "Super Dance"PatchlistImage
 M1-2 "Super M Synth"PatchlistImage
 M1-3 "Filmtexture"PatchlistImage
 M1-4 "M1 Natural"PatchlistImage


BACK IN TIME RECORDS
Back In Time Records is a german society (Wiesbaden - owner: Klaus-Peter Rausch) which is distributing via the Web soundbanks for hardware or virtual synths and samples collections.
They produced two soundbanks for the Korg M1 (programmed by Klaus-Peter Rausch) labeled "Mr. Magic" and also distributed by Käng-Kong Productions.

 "Silver Pieces" (programmed by K.-P. Rausch/originally distributed by Käng-Kong - 50 Combis/100 Progrs)Patchlist
 "Technologics" (programmed by K.-P. Rausch/originally distributed by Käng-Kong - 50 Combis/100 Progrs)Patchlist


INVISION INTERACTIVE
InVision Interactive is an american society (city? owner?) which developed an M1 ROM card named "M1 Plus 1" and based on 4 megs of additional new PCMs especially custom made by InVision. This card came with a chip with the PCMs stored on it and that you had to install into your M1.
 "M1 Plus 1"PatchlistImage


VOICE CRYSTAL
Voice Crystal™ is an american company (Oakley, California - owners: Mark Wiens & Paul Chasteen) which is selling all Eye&I Productions products.
They are proposing five M1 ROM cards. Volume 5 has been firstly distributed by Sound Hound as the "M-Factor" ROM card.
 "Volume 1" (50 Combis/100 Progrs)PatchlistImageOrder it
 "Volume 2" (50 Combis/100 Progrs)PatchlistImageOrder it
 "Volume 3" (50 Combis/100 Progrs)PatchlistImageOrder it
 "Volume 4" (50 Combis/100 Progrs)PatchlistImageOrder it
 "Volume 5" (originally distributed by Sound Hound as the "M-Factor" - 51 Combis/100 Progrs)PatchlistImageOrder it


EMC
EMC is a german company (Bergisch Gladbach - owner: Klaus Grosser) which started as a recording studio which developed and sold in the late 80's Atari editors for various synths (about 25 until 1994). They are now proposing styles collections for diverse keyboards.
They distributed in the past an Atari M1 bankloader/sounds editor program with three original soundbanks included in.
They also proposed a soundbank named "Sonic Seasons"  (programmed by Hubertus Maass) which is still missing to my collection.
 Any informations or - best of all! -  a sysex version of this soundbank are welcome!
 "Volume 1"Patchlist
 "Volume 2"Patchlist
 "Volume 3" Patchlist


METRA SOUND
Metra Sound is a german company which produced seven M1 ROM cards.
Their products are now delivered by Sound Art website (Dahlenburg, Germany - owner: Roger Person).
 SC-01 "Standards" (programmed by Peter Gorges)PatchlistImageOrder it
 SC-02 "Modern Times" (programmed by Chiccio Malacrida)PatchlistImageOrder it
 SC-03 "Hit Waves" (programmed by Greg Walker) PatchlistImageOrder it
 SC-04 "Actual" (programmed by Mike Boeckler) PatchlistImageOrder it
 SC-05 "GM Sounds" (25 Combis/100 Progrs) PatchlistImageOrder it
 SC-06 "Vintage" (programmed by Nik Roberts - 50 Combis/100 Progrs) PatchlistImageOrder it
 SC-07 "Fantasy" (programmed by Paul Wells) Patchlist
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PATCH PRO
Patch Pro is an american society (Conowingo, Maryland) which produced and distributed four ROM cards for the M1 as the "KROM-Series".
Volumes 3 and 4 are still missing to my collection. Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 KROM1 PatchlistImage
 KROM2PatchlistImage


SOUNDENGINE
SoundEngine is an american society (Bâton-Rouge, Louisiana - owner: Scott Peer) which is apparently selling now - among others - products developed in the past by Technosis company.
They are proposing two M1 soundbanks named "Pro Select#1&2" (certainly programmed by Mike Peake).
 "Pro Select #1" (also distributed by Technosis, SSU & Käng-Kong)                           PatchlistOrder it
 "Pro Select #2"PatchlistOrder it


K.S.R.E. MUSIC
K.S.R.E. Music is a german company which produced one M1 ROM card named "ROMboy" (programmed by Thomas Klimisch).
This soundbank was also distributed by Käng-Kong Productions as the "Entertainment" soundbank.

 ROMboy (programmed by Thomas Klimisch - also distributed by Käng-Kong as the "Entertainment" soundbank)PatchlistImage


EASY SOUNDS
Easy Sounds is a german society (Hamburg - owner: Peter Krischker) which produced a total of two M1 soundbanks.
 "Universal Collection" (programmed by Peter Krischker)Patchlist
 "Digital Fascination"  (programmed by Peter Krischker - 50 Combis/50 Progrs)Patchlist


SYNTHWARE
Synthware is an american company (Reading, Pennsylvania) which commercialized an M1 ROM card in the late 80's as the "Sound Pack" (or "Voice Pack") Series.
All have been programmed by Scott Verret.
They have been distributed for a while these last years as sysex files via the Waterfall 440 Studio Music website, but it seems now that they are definitively no longer available.
 Studio Sound Pack 100  (programmed by Scott Verret - 56 Combis/100 Progrs)PatchlistImage


BAP-SOFTWARE
BAP-Software is a german company (owner: Detlev Möhlmann) which developed a Korg M1 sounds editor for PC.
They also proposed a special soundbank named "Big Mix 1" (programmed by Detlev).
 "Big Mix 1" (programmed by Detlev Möhlmann)PatchlistImage


HITMUSIC (SOUNDFOUNDATION)
HitMusic Productions seems to be a british society (city? owner? - please correct me if I'm wrong) which distributed SoundFoundation Gold card Series (the famous well designed ROM cards with the hologram on it).
Volumes 1-3 from this collection were also sold by Valhala as the International Gold B-101 to B-103 soundbanks.
(Many thanks to Glyn Spaulding for his contribution).
 "Gold Vol.1"PatchlistImage
 "Gold Vol.2"PatchlistImage
 "Gold Vol.3"PatchlistImage


KINNETIC FX
Kinnetic FX is an american society (city? owner?) which is selling diverse Korg M&T-Series products (softwares, RAM cards).
They are also proposing an original M1 soundbank which is an electric/pipe organs compilation.

 "Maximum Organ !" (100 Progrs only)PatchlistImageOrder it


SOUND ART
Sound Art is a german company (Dahlenburg, owner: Roger Person) which developed:
 - seven Korg M1 specific soundbanks
- two special sets (certainly elaborated by Angel Ortega)
They are also distributing now Metra Sound products via their website.

 "Standard" (100 Progrs/no Combis)PatchlistOrder it
 "Extreme" (100 Progrs/no Combis)PatchlistOrder it
 "Art & Sounds" ("Standard" & "Extreme" soundbanks mix - 100 Progrs/no Combis)  PatchlistOrder it
 "Art & Sounds+" (same as "Art & Sounds" with 100 Combis added) Patchlist
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 "Original+" (internal factory soundbank with 100 new original Combis) PatchlistImageOrder it
 "Experiment 2010"PatchlistOrder it
 "Classic 2010" (200 Progrs/no Combis)PatchlistOrder it
 "Ultra" soundbanks set (10x100 Progrs/no Combis)PatchlistOrder it
 "Nice Prize" soundbanks set (2x100 Combis/15x100 Progrs) PatchlistOrder it


TECHNOSIS
Technosis is an american company (Studio City, California - owner: Mike Peake) which produced two original M1 ROM cards programmed by Mike Peake.
They are now distributed by SSU (Greytsounds) and SoundEngine.
 "Pro Select#1" (also distributed by SoundEngine, SSU & Käng-Kong)PatchlistImage
 "Pro Select#2" (also distributed by SoundEngine)PatchlistImage


SOFT SOUND
Soft Sound is a german company (Berlin, owner: Manfred Regenberg) which became LETHOS-Production (Berlin, owner: Mirko Lüthge) during the 90's.
They produced two M1 soundbanks.
(Many thanks to Glynn Spaulding for his contribution).
 "Volume 1" (22 Combis/100 Progrs)Patchlist
 "Volume 2" (13 Combis/100 Progrs)Patchlist


ELECTRON ARTISTRIES
Electron Artistries is an american society (city? owner?) which produced diverse type of Korg M1 ROM cards:
- "Sound Set 1" (49 Combis/50 progrs) & "Sound Set 2" (100 Combis/100 Progrs)
- "Drum Patterns" which contains pre-programmed rhythmic patterns
- "Sounds Patterns" (10 Combis/24 Progrs/Sounds demo)
- "** Sky" Series (at least 3 cards) wich seems to contain new sounds demo
I personally got the "Sound Set 2" only. Any informations about others or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 "Sound Set 2"PatchlistImage


PATCH/WORKS
Patch/Works Music Software is an american society (New York - owner: Jed Weaver) which produced an M1 ROM card programmed by Jed as the "M-SPECTRUM" Series.
 M-Spectrum "Volume 1" (programmed by Jed Weaver - 50 Combis/50 Progrs)PatchlistImage


ISHIBASHI
Ishibashi is a japanese company which seems to be at first a retail chain in Japan (around 15 stores - please, correct me if I'm wrong).
They produced an M1 ROM card named "Osaka Anniversary".
 "Osaka Anniversary"PatchlistImage


LIVEWIRE AUDIO
Livewire Audio is an american society (Oceanport, New Jersey) which produced three Korg M1 ROM cards as the "Dreams" Series.
 "Dreams Vol.1"PatchlistImage
 "Dreams Vol.2"PatchlistImage
 "Dreams Vol.3"PatchlistImage


SOUNDSATIONS!
SoundSations! is an american company which is proposing a five banks set on floppy disk.
The best way to obtain it, is to keep an eye from time to time on eBay US auctions.
 "Volume 1"PatchlistImage
 "Volume 2"PatchlistImage
 "Volume 3"PatchlistImage
 "Volume 4"PatchlistImage
 "Volume 5"PatchlistImage

PATCHMAN MUSIC
Patchman Music is an american company (Brecksville, Ohio - owner: Matt Traum) which is distributing an M1 soundbank integrally programmed for a wind controller use.
 "Wind Controller#1"PatchlistOrder It


SOUNDS OK
Sounds OK is an english society (Camberley) which produced at least one M1 ROM card named "77% Synths" (programmed by Paul Wells).
 "77% Synths" (programmed by Paul Wells)PatchlistImage


MSP (MEGA SOUND PRODUCTION)
MSP (Mega Sound Production) is a german society (Mönchengladbach) managed by Volker Warmers, a sympathic synths lover (many thanks to him for his contribution).
They are proposing an M1 soundbank named "Glorious M1" (programmed by Volker Warmers).
 "Glorious M1" (programmed by Volker Warmers - 100 Progrs/no Combis)PatchlistOrder It


KÄNG-KONG PRODUCTIONS
Käng-Kong Productions is a german company (Gielsdorf, owner: Thomas Klimisch) which produced several M1 soundbanks:
- they originally distributed the Back In Time Records soundbanks (programmed by Klaus-Peter Rausch).
- they distibuted in Europe diverse soundbanks produced by american companies ("SoundCollection" Series).
- "Entertainement" soundbank (programmed by Thomas) was also distributed by K.S.R.E. Music as the "ROMboy" ROM card.
I'm still searching for the "Synthetic" soundbank produced by this company.
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 "Entertainment" (programmed by Thomas Klimisch - also known as the K.S.R.E. "ROMboy" soundbank)PatchlistImage
 "Sound Collection 1" (also distributed by Technosis, SoundEngine & SSU)Patchlist
 "Sound Collection 2" (also distributed by New Man Studios as the "Blue" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Sound Collection 3" (also distributed by GreenHouse as the "Volume 1" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Sound Collection 4" (also distributed by New Man Studios as the "Red" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Sound Collection 5" (also distributed by New Man Studios as the "Green" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Sound Collection 6" Patchlist
 U-Cartridge "Allein Unterhalter" (100 Progrs/no Combis)Patchlist


NEW MAN STUDIOS
I know nothing about this company (certainly american), excepted that they produced at least three M1 ROM cards: a blue one, a green one and a red one.
Any additional informations about it are welcome!
 Blue ROM card (distributed in Europe by Käng-Kong as the "Sound Collection 2" soundbank)Patchlist
 Green ROM card (distributed in Europe by Käng-Kong as the "Sound Collection 5" soundbank)PatchlistImage
 Red ROM card (distributed in Europe by Käng-Kong as the "Sound Collection 4" soundbank)PatchlistImage


SOUND HOUND
Sound Hound is an american society (San Jose, California) which produced one M1 ROM card named "M-Factor".
This soundbank has then been distributed by Voice Crystal as the "Volume 5" ROM card.
 "M-Factor" (51 Combis/50 Progrs - also distributed by Voice Crystal as the "Volume 5")PatchlistImage


MANYMIDI
ManyMIDI is an american society (Beverly Hills, California - owner: Elmo Peeler) which developed huge sound libraries for several synth models.
Their M1 library is constitued of two sets for a total of 2'306 patches (Progrs banks only - no Combis).
All are organized in specific categories  (Pianos, Brass, Strings, Organ, Bells, Percus,...).

 ManyMIDI M1 Set#1 - Rhythm Section/Percussion/Special Effects  --  (20 soundbanks - 1'173 patches)PatchlistOrder it
 ManyMIDI M1 Set#2 - Orchestral/Synth (23 soundbanks - 1'133 patches)PatchlistOrder it


PROSOUND
I know nothing about this company (country? city? owner?) excepted that they edited an M1 Atari Bankmanager delivered with a 32 soundbanks set.
As for the ManyMIDI library, this set is categorized (Pianos, Guitars, Drums, Organs,...) and is only constitued of Programs soundbanks.
(Many thanks to Glynn Spaulding for his contribution).
 M1 Bankmanager & SoundsPatchlistImage


MUSITRONICS
Musitronics is a german society (Darmstadt - owner: Oliver Schwartz) which developed an expansion board card for the M1 including new internal PCMs.
This card is no longer available but you can still download on their website the soundbank joined with in SMF (*.mid) format (you can't use it if you don't own the related expansion board card).
 M1 EXDownload



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