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I'm still searching for the discontinued commercial WS soundbanks listed above. As you will see, there are several uncertainties about this material.
Any informations or - best of all - a sysex version of it are welcome!
By the way, if you own material or hold informations about products that are not listed here (or on my commercial soundbanks webpage), you can e-mail it to me.

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Companies/distributers/sounddesigners/programmers (alphabetical order):
Bower, J.KorgSoft SoundVoceWessling, Hartmut
XTrem Sound


KORG
I'm still searching for a WS MCR-03 RAM card programmed by J. Bower and named "Sweet Sequences".
I don't know if these are original programmations (as for the "Vector World"  RAM card) or not.
Any additional informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
MCR03 "Sweet Sequences" (programmed by J. Bower)Image


SOFT SOUND
Soft Sound (then renamed LETHOS-Production) distributed the five soundbanks listed on my commercial soundbanks webpage.
It seems that they compiled a WS 7 soundbanks set on an Atari 3.5" floppy disk, which means that two soundbanks are missing to my collection.
Any additional informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
(Many thanks to Pete South for his contribution).
 Atari 3.5" floppy disk set (I ignore the exact name - 2 soundbanks are missing)


VOCE
Voce is an italian society which produced several - perhaps 7? - soundbanks for the Korg WS.
Volume named "Oriental Colors" was only planned but never programmed or released.

But it seems that there were four other volumes that were distributed in the past by this company.
Any additional informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
(Many thanks to Pete South for his contribution).
 "Unknown name" 
 "Unknown name" 
 "Unknown name" 
 "Unknown name" 


XTREM SOUND
XTrem Sound is a german company which produced two WS ROM cards as listed on my commercial soundbanks webpage.
A volume three named "Super Analog" was announced in their 1993 catalog, but it seems that it was in fact never ended and finally not distributed.
Any precisions about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it (even not complete) would be much appreciated.
 
(Many thanks to Pete South for his contribution).
"Super Analog" (programmed by Hartmut Wessling)




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