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I'm still searching for the discontinued commercial D-50 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 mentioned here (or on my commercial soundbanks webpage), you can e-mail it to me.


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Companies/distributers/sounddesigners/programmers (alphabetical order):
Day Star Enterpr.
DiverseEltekonKäng-Kong Productions
KidNepro
Knoll, LesLETHOS ProductionMaartistsMIDImouse MusicSoft Sound
Wessling, HartmutXTrem Sounds


KID NEPRO
Kid Nepro is an american company (New York - owner: Steve Proto) which is developing products since 1984.
As mentioned on my commercial page, they edited three D-50 ROM cards in the past, but only volumes 1 & 2 are still available.
Any informations or - best of all - a sysex version of this mysterious sold out Volume 3 would be much appreciated!
 Volume 3


MIDIMOUSE MUSIC
MIDImouse Music is an american society (Welches, Oregon). They produced four D-50 ROM cards as the Sonicflight Sounds Series.
As mentioned on my commercial page, I'm still searching for Volume 4. Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!

 Sonicflight Sounds Vol.4


ELTEKON 

Eltekon Productions is an american society (Garden City, Michigan) which edited D-50 ROM cards as the "Soundblocks" Series (programmed by Rich Rozmarniewicz). As mentioned on my commercial page, I collected five volumes of it through the years (many thanks to Glyn Spaulding for his contribution). "Analog", "Digital", "Effects" are three of them (I'm not sure of the title about the soundbank that I named "Orchestral" but, please, correct me if I'm wrong!).
Fifth volume has no name and essentially contains compilation patches from four other cards. I may think that it exists at least one other volume (perhaps more?).
 Any additional informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!

 1 or 2 more soundbanks  (unknown titles...)


MAARTISTS
Maartists is an american society (Duluth, Georgia) which distributed D-50 RAM cards as the Music Pack Series with original preloaded sounds on it.
As mentioned on my commercial page, I refound a file in my collection, sent a few years ago by a friend of mine.
After some researches, I'm nearly sure that it is in fact the "Volume 2" from the Maartists cards (please, correct me if I'm wrong!).
Any additional informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of the other volume would be much appreciated!
 Music Pack "Volume1"Image


LES KNOLL
Les Knoll is an american musician (Carol Stream, Illinois) who programmed and sold a D-50 ROM card named "The Classic D-50". I got this card but I can't read it ("Illegal Card" message). Any additional informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 The Classic D-50Image


XTREM SOUND
XTrem Sound is a german company (Köln - owner: Harmut Wessling) which produced a D-50 ROM card (programmed by Hartmut).
I found the patchlist of it in their 1993 catalog, but I'm still searching for the sounds.
A sysex version of this soundbank would be much appreciated.
 
(Many thanks to Pete South for his contribution).
 "Synth, Space & EFX" (programmed by Hartmut Wessling)Patchlist


KÄNG-KONG PRODUCTIONS
Käng-Kong Productions is a german company (Gielsdorf, owner: Thomas Klimisch) which distributed several D-50 products.
All are listed above. A sysex version of it would be much appreciated.
 
(Many thanks to Pete South for his contribution).
 "Entertainment"  RAM card (64 patches - Top 40, Pop/Dance,....) Image
 "Synthetic"  RAM card (64 patches - Analog & Digital Synths, Synbass, Synleads,....)
 "Soundtracks"  RAM card (64 patches - Soundtracks, Atmospheres, Wavetables, FXs,....)
 "Entertainment"  Collection on a 3.5" floppy disk (10 soundbanks set - Organs, Strings, Basses,...)
 "Synthetic" Collection on a  3.5" floppy disk (10 soundbanks set - Synthsounds, Soundtracks & FXs)
 "Best of LA" Collection on a  3.5" floppy disk (16 soundbanks set - Selection of the best D-50 sounds)
 "World Sound" Collection on a  3.5" floppy disk (40 soundbanks set - Choice of D-50 sounds from USA, UK, Japan, Germany, Netherlands,...)


SOFT SOUND
Soft Sound is a german company (Berlin, owner: Manfred Regenberg) which became LETHOS-Production (Berlin, owner: Mirko Lüthge) during the 90's. 
It seems that they produced a D-50 soundbank. Any additional informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of the other volume would be much appreciated!
 (Many thanks to Pete South for his contribution).
 Certainly one D-50 soundbank ("Vol.1"..?)


DAY STAR ENTERPR.
I know nothing about this company (country? city? owner?) excepted that they produced a D-50 soundbank named "Volume 1".
Any additional informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of the other volume would be much appreciated!
 Volume1


DIVERSE
Here are several D-50 soundbanks titles. I don't know which company or sounddesigner produced it.
Any additional informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of the other volume would be much appreciated!
 ChisSounds
 SuperSonic
 G/D-50/D-550 "X" soundbank



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