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I'm still searching for the discontinued commercial DX7 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):
A.P.S. Software
Alexander PublishingC-LabData 1Harmony Systems
Key CliqueMaartistsMIDImouse MusicMoebus Sounds+SoftwareMusic Design
Red PlanetSound & Electronic DesignSound Source UnlimitedTomlyn, BoUltraphonics Unlimited
Zitrone Musik



BO TOMLYN
Bo Tomlyn programmed and distributed (via the Key Clique society) the nine cartridges listed on my commercial soundbanks webpage.
I read in a mid 80's specialized magazine a publicity mentioning the additional DX7 volumes listed below (all programmed by Bo).
I don't know if they were distributed by Bo Tomlyn himself, Key Clique (his company), a third-party society or if it was simply a project that never completed.
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 "Orchestral" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "Studio" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "Stereo" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "Hard Rock" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "Electro Techno" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "New Wave" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "Latin" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "India" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "Easy Listening" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "Church" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 "Country Western" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)


SOUND SOURCE UNLIMITED
SSU distributed the three DX7 soundbanks listed on my commercial soundbanks webpage.
Now, as they are labeled 0703-0705 (volumes 3-5), I may seriously suppose that it must exist volumes 1 & 2.
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 0701R: "?" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)
 0702R: "?" (banks A/B - 2x32 patches)


MIDIMOUSE MUSIC
MIDImouse Music is an american society (Welches, Oregon). They distributed diverse products for the DX7.
I got from a promotional booklet patchlists from "Sonic Voyage" and "DX Journey" soundsets
(many thanks to Daniel Forró), but I'm still searching for the sounds.
A sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 "Sonic Voyage" (4x32 patches set) on cartridge (DX7), floppy disk (Commodore 64) and data cassette tape (TX7)Patchlist
 "DX Journey" (4x32 patches set) on cartridge (DX7), floppy disk (Commodore 64) and data cassette tape (TX7)Patchlist
 "Pro-Sampler set" (32 sounds) on data sheets


MUSIC DESIGN
I know nothing about this company, excepted that they distributed two products for the DX7.
I'm still searching for the following ones:
 "X-Lib" collection: 10 soundbanks set for all Yamaha DX7/TX synths and the Commodore 64 (it seems that there were 160 patches dedicated to the DX7)
 Patch library collection: 128 patches on data sheets or Commodore 64 disks


ULTRAPHONICS UNLIMITED

Ultraphonics Unlimited is an american society (Yonkers, New York).
They produced two DX7 soundbanks (A1 & B1) available on data sheets or preloaded RAM cartridges.
I'm still searching for the following ones:
 "Rock" (Bank A1 - Brass, filter sweeps, analog synths, electric guitars)  & "Orchestral" (Bank B1 - Woodwinds, reeds, strings, pianos) 


C-LAB
C-Lab is a german company (Rellingen) which is now renamed Emagic. They developed in the past the famous Atari "Notator" program.
They edited two DX7 preloaded RAM cartridges as the "X-RAM 128" series (4 soundbanks each).
Volume 1 is named "Performance Collection" and volume 2 is named "Recording Collection".
This last one is still missing to my collection.
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 X-RAM 128 2 "Recording Collection" (4 soundbanks)Image


SOUND & ELECTRONIC DESIGN
I know nothing about this company, excepted that they produced a DX7 mega 512 patches ROM cartridge that I'm still searching for.
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 DX 512 "Ultimate ROM" Image


RED PLANET
Red Planet is a canadian company which produced two types of DX7 cartridges:
- SR-64: a two soundbanks preloaded metallic RAM cartridge ("X" & "Y" sides - accessed by turning it on to its other end, both have connectors to plug into the DX7)
- SR-320: a ten soundbanks mega RAM cartridge (I don't know if it contains preloaded soundbanks)
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 SR-64 2 soundbanks preloaded RAM cartridgeImage
 SR-320 mega 10 soundbanks RAM cartridgeImage


HARMONY SYSTEMS
Harmony Systems is an american company (Norcross, Georgia) which developed under SynHance trademark the DX7 Voice Vault RAM/ROM extension
(many thanks to Daniel Forró).
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 SynHance "Voice Vault"  256 patches RAM/ROM extension (128 new original patches stored into the ROM section)


ZITRONE MUSIK
Zitrone Musik is a german company which offered a 1'024 patches (512 in RAM/512 in ROM) DX7 extension connected with a flat cable.
It was called "Mega Memory" (von Mungo) and patches into the ROM were organized in categorized soundbanks: "Piano", "Harpsichord + Organ", "E-piano". "Synth Piano", "Classic Strings, "Synth Strings", "Brass", "Reeds + Harmonica", "Bass", "Drums", "Wooden + Metal Drums", "Metallic Sounds", "Synths 1", "Synths 2", "FX1". "FX2"
(many thanks to Daniel Forró).
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 "Mega Memory"  1'024 patches RAM/ROM extension (512 new original patches stored into the ROM section)


MOEBUS SOUNDS + SOFTWARE
Moebus Sounds + Software is a german company (owner: Theo Moebus) which produced a 3 sets of DX7 soundbanks.
This collection is mostly the same as the one offered by FID Midisoftware.

Besides, they also offered 128 selected patches on data sheets (many thanks to Daniel Forró).
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 Set #1 "Standard Repertoire"  (36 banks)
 Set #2 "Mix" (36 banks)
 Set #3 "Actual Fashionable Sounds For 1986" (33 banks)


"THE ORIGINAL DX7 PATCH FAKE BOOK" (VOL. 4&5)
A total of 5 different books published by the american society Alexander Publishing (Sepulveda, California) and which gather each 32 new original patches to program.
As mentioned on my commercial page, I'm still searching for volumes 4 & 5:
 "The Original DX7 Patch Fake Book" Volume Four: Record Date (Jeff Fair)
 "The Original DX7 Patch Fake Book" Volume Five: Nuclear Be-Bop (Cosmo Watts)


DATA 1
Data 1 is an american company (Melbourne, Florida) which distributed four DX7 soundbanks (32 patches each) during the mid-80's on program sheets or data cassette tape (TX7).
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 Vol. 1 "Strings, Horns, Flutes and Orchestral Sounds"
 Vol. 2 "Pianos, Organs, Bells and Effects"
 Vol. 3 "Bass Sounds, Lead Sounds and Electronic Synth Sounds"
 Vol. 4 "Analog and Digital Synth, Percussion and Synth DrumSounds"


A.P.S. SOFTWARE
A.P.S. Software is an american company (Indian Harbour Beach, Florida) which distributed during the mid-80's a DX7 complete 126 sounds bound in a soft cover notebook, removable for easy access (available on data cassette tape for the TX7).
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 "126 patches notebook" (program data sheets -  includes strings, horns, bass sounds, lead sounds, piano, electronic synth sounds,...)


MAARTISTS
Maartists is an american society (Duluth, Georgia) which produced two different type of DX7 RAM cards:
- MR-2 Series which contained 128 patches each (4x32 - at least 2 different volumes, perhaps more)
- An 8 soundbanks (256 patches) red cartridge
It is very difficult today to find these cards with 100% original patches still stored on it.
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 MR-2 Music Pack "Volume 1" (4 soundbanks)Image
 MR-2 Music Pack "Volume 2" (4 soundbanks)Image




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