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ROM/RAM cartridges & floppy disks - Classified by producers/distributers (alphabetical order)
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AnaloguesqueBlack HoleClaudius DiemerDigital Music SoftWare
Easy SoundsElectric HimalayaEye & I
GreytsoundsJeff HarringtonKäng-KongKidNeproMetraSoundMSPMusitronics
Newtronic SoftwareNorthern ExposurePeter JanetzkyPatchman MusicPro-RecSound Source UnlimitedSoundEngine
SoundSations!Tom HacklUnknownValhalaVoice CrystalX-ClubX-Lab Studio
YamahaYCA

Downloadable soundbanks are available in standard Sysex (*.syx), SMF (*.mid) and Midi Quest© (*.tbk or *.sqc) file formats
KEEP IN MIND THAT SENDING THESE SOUNDBANKS TO YOUR SYNTH WILL ERASE ALL DATAS STORED IN YOUR SY77/TG77 INTERNAL MEMORY
Click here if you need some help or indications on how to transfer these soundbanks to your SY77/TG77


MISSING
Following Yamaha DX7 soundbanks are still missing to my collection. Any informations or - best of all - a sysex version of it are welcome!
Yamaha S7703 double ROM cards set (if it exists...)
Synthware Vol.1 "Keyboard & Plucked", Vol.2 "Symphonic & Orchestral", Vol.3 "Analog Synths & Hybrids", Vol.4 "Ethnic & Tuned Percussions"
XTrem Sound "Voyager" (produced by Käng-Kong)
Valhala Studio Series "New Age" & International Gold Series "B-772" (but I'm not sure if this last one really exists...)
Black Hole "Industrial" 
Easy Sounds "Sound Collection Vol.2", "Sound Collection Vol.4", "Bayern-Demo"
.... and, of course, any other commercial material that I ignore the existence!! If you own any requested informations, please e-mail me!!

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YAMAHA
The japanese company produced and distributed four different series for its own synth:
a)  VC770*
ROM cards Series with 64 new patches each
b)
S77** Series which were double ROM cards sets: one with an original new soundbank, the other one with new waveforms
c) EMS (European Music Software) D770* voice disks Series (SY77 formatted 3.5" floppy disks)
d) Three 3.5" floppy disks ("Synthesizer Emulations",  "Michael Boddicker", "Special Selection from TG77") with no other specifications on it
 Internal factory preload soundbank Patchlist
 ROM1 soundbank (TG77)Patchlist
 ROM2 soundbank (TG77)Patchlist
 VC7701 Shofuku "ACT-1" PatchlistImage

 VC7702 Shofuku "ACT-2" PatchlistImage

 VC7703 R&D Tokyo Selection Vol.1 "Studio Player"PatchlistImage

 VC7704 R&D Tokyo Selection Vol.2 "90's Pop Source"PatchlistImage

 VC7705 JSPA Selection Vol.1 "Four Seasons"PatchlistImage

 VC7706 JSPA Selection Vol.2 "Brand New Sound"PatchlistImage

 VC7707 R&D Tokyo Selection Vol.3 "Synth Ethnic"PatchlistImage

 VC7708 R&D Tokyo Selection Vol.4 "Super Pad"PatchlistImage

 S7701 "Sax 1" double ROM cards setPatchlistImage

 S7702 "Drums 1" double ROM cards setPatchlistImage

 S7704 "Brass Section" double ROM cards setPatchlistImage

 S7705 "String Section" double ROM cards setPatchlistImage

 S7731 "Syn Wave 1" double ROM cards setPatchlistImage

 S7732 "Syn Wave 2" double ROM cards setPatchlistImage

 S7751 "Rock & Pop" double ROM cards setPatchlistImage

 S7752 "House & Latin" double ROM cards setPatchlistImage

 EMS 77 D001 "Best Of DX" floppy diskPatchlistImage

 EMS 77 D002 "MIDI Recording 77" floppy diskPatchlistImage

 EMS 77 D003 "European Chart" floppy disk (2 soundbanks - 128 voices)PatchlistImage

 EMS 77 D004 "Classical" floppy diskPatchlistImage

 EMS 77 D005 "One Man Band" floppy diskPatchlistImage
 "Synthesizer Emulations" floppy disk (2 soundbanks - 128 Voices)PatchlistImage
 "Michael Boddicker" floppy disk PatchlistImage
 "Special Selection from TG77" floppy disk PatchlistImage
 "European Collection" floppy disk (6 soundbanks - 384 Voices - also distributed by Easy Sounds)PatchlistImage



SOUND SOURCE UNLIMITED
This famous american society developed complete sounds/samples libraries for a large collection of diverse synthesizers/samplers models (their products are distributed now by Greytsounds™). There were a total of 17 ROM cards for the SY model, most of them programmed by Manny Fernandez.
 SY701 "Alchemy Collection"PatchlistImage
 SY702 "Platinum Collection"PatchlistImage

 SY703 "Manhattan Collection"PatchlistImage
 SY704 "California Collection"PatchlistImage
 SY705 "Rock&Roll Classics" (also known as the Northern Exposure "Rockabilly 1" soundbank)PatchlistImage
 SY706 "Atmospheric Textures"PatchlistImage
 SY707 "Pop Music Collection"PatchlistImage
 SY708 "Film Textures" (also known as the SoundEngine SEP-022 "Film Textures" soundbank)PatchlistImage
 SY709 "Urban Dance/Pop" (also known as the Northern Exposure "Dancing 1" soundbank)PatchlistImage
 SY710 "Wavestation Impressions" (also known as the SoundEngine SEP-023 "Wavestation Impressions" soundbank)Patchlist
 SY711 "Progressive Analog Textures"PatchlistImage
 SY712 "Dual Element Drums & Percussion"PatchlistImage
 SY713 "Dreamtime Collection" (programmed by Tom Hackl)PatchlistImage
 SY714 "Killer B3's" (also known as the Northern Exposure "Dancing 2" soundbank)PatchlistImage
 SY715 "Radical Soundtrack"PatchlistImage
 SY716 "Industrial Cybertech" (programmed by Vincent Penny)PatchlistImage
 SY717 "Symphonic Collection"PatchlistImage



PRO-REC
This american society is selling a large collection of soundbanks for several synths. They produced four 3.5" floppy disks for the SY77.
 SY77-1 "Wonder Dance"Patchlist
 SY77-2 "Power Synth"Patchlist
 SY77-3 "Ultrasound"Patchlist
 SY77-4 "77 Heaven"Patchlist


VALHALA

The well known american sounds producer company which unfortunately went bankrupt on the early 90's.
They edited two different Yamaha SY77 ROM cards Series: "Studio Series" and "International Gold Series".
Studio Series "New Age" and International Gold Series "B-772" soundbanks are still missing to my collection.

Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!

 Studio Series "Orchestral" Patchlist
 Studio Series "Rock" Patchlist
 Studio Series "Top 40" Patchlist
 International Gold Series "B-771" Patchlist


SOUNDENGINE
SoundEngine is an american society which is selling now - among others - products developed in the past by Technosis or Sound Source Unlimited companies.
They are proposing four SY77 soundbanks:
two from SSU ("Film Textures" and "Wavestation Impressions") and two original ones ("Shades of DX" and "Dumb Luck").
 SEP-022 "Film Textures" (also known as the SSU SY708 "Film Textures" soundbank)Patchlist
 SEP-023 "Wavestation Impressions" (also known as the SSU SY710 "Wavestation Impressions" soundbank)Patchlist
 SEP-037 "Shades of DX"Patchlist
 SEP-038 "Dumb Luck" Patchlist


ANALOGUESQUE

Analoguesque is an american company (Washington state) which distributed a three SY77 soundbanks set (programmed by Ian Wilson).
Now, their website and their products seem to be no longer available.
 "Analog Dreams"Patchlist
 "Digital Vortex"Patchlist
 "Plastikation"Patchlist


KID NEPRO
Another well-known american company which is developing soundbanks/samples libraries for a lot of synths/samplers models since 1984.
They produced one SY77 soundbank  called "Mixed Bag".

 "Mixed Bag"PatchlistOrder it

PATCHMAN MUSIC
Patchman Music is an american company which produced thirteen SY77 soundbanks.
Volumes two and thirteen are integrally programmed for a breath or wind controller use.
 "Volume 1"Patchlist
 "Volume 2"Patchlist
 "Volume 3"Patchlist
 "Volume 4"Patchlist
 "Volume 5"Patchlist
 "Volume 6"Patchlist
 "Volume 7"Patchlist
 "Volume 8"Patchlist
 "Volume 9"Patchlist
 "Volume 10"Patchlist
 "Volume 11"Patchlist
 "Volume 12"Patchlist
 "Volume 13"Patchlist


METRASOUND
This german company produced four SY77 ROM cards. Their products are now delivered via the web by SoundArt (Germany).
 Y-017 "Hit Bit's" (programmed by Peter Gorges)PatchlistOrder it
 Y-018 "Euro-Top" (programmed by Claudius Diemer)PatchlistOrder it
 Y-019 "Atmospheric" (programmed by Ciccio Malacrida)PatchlistOrder it
 Y-020 "Traditionals" (programmed by Ciccio Malacrida)PatchlistOrder it


BLACK HOLE

Black Hole is a german society which produced two SY77 soundbanks "Biosketh PadSeqs" & "Industrial".
Their products are now delivered via the web by SoundArt (Germany).
"Industrial" soundbank seems to be sold out. Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 Y-034 "Biosketh PadSeqs" PatchlistOrder it


KÄNG-KONG

Käng-Kong is a german company which originally distributed NewtronicSoftware (UK) soundbanks: a set named "Tekkno/Wave Collection" (2 soundbanks - now available via the SoundArt website) and a soundbank named "British" (also known as the "Synthetic Soundcollection").
Käng-Kong distributed too australian soundbanks: one named "Effects" and a two soundbanks set programmed by Tom Hackl (Sydney).
I'm still searching for an XTrem Sound soundbank named "Voyager" and also sold in the past by this german company.

Any informations about this last one or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 "The Techno/Wave Soundcollection" (2 soundbanks - 128 Voices / produced by Newtronic Software - UK)Patchlist
 "British" (also known as the "Synthetic Soundcollection" / produced by Newtronic Software - UK)Patchlist

 "Effects" Patchlist

 "The Australian Soundcollection"  (2 soundbanks - programmed by Tom Hackl)Patchlist



EASY SOUNDS

Easy Sounds is now proposing via the web a Yamaha SY77 4 soundbanks set ("Popular Synth", FM-Fantasy". "Power Generator", "Dance Producer").
They also proposed in the past other SY77 sets ("Sound Collection Vol.1-4", "Best DX7 Vol.1&2", "Bayern-Demo") which seem now to be no longer available.
I'm still searching for the following files:
- PDD-SY77-03 "Bayern-Demo"
- PDD-SY77-04 "Sound Collection - Vol.2" (programmed by Markus Weichselbaum)

- PDD-SY77-06 "Sound Collection - Vol.4" (programmed by Rene Walther)
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
Finally, it seems that they also distributed a 3.5" floppy disk named "European Collection" with four SY77 soundbanks on it (please, correct me if I'm wrong).
 "Popular Synth"  PatchlistOrder it
 "FM-Fantasy" (programmed by Claudius Diemer) PatchlistOrder it
 "Power Generator" (programmed by Joerg Holzamer) PatchlistOrder it
 "Dance Producer" (programmed by Joerg Holzamer) PatchlistOrder it
 PDD-SY77-01 "Sound Collection - Vol.1" (Produced by PROXENOS - programmed by Peter Grandl) Patchlist
 PDD-SY77-02 "Best of DX7 - Vol.1" (2 soundbanks - 128 Voices) Patchlist
 PDD-SY77-05 "Sound Collection - Vol.3"  Patchlist
 PDD-SY77-07 "Best of DX7 - Vol.2" (2 soundbanks - 128 Voices) Patchlist


VOICE CRYSTAL

Voice Crystal™ is an american company which is selling all Eye&I Productions products. They are proposing two SY77 soundbanks.
 Voice Crystal 1 PatchlistImageOrder it
 Voice Crystal 2PatchlistImageOrder it



SOUNDSATIONS!
SoundSations! is an american company which is proposing an eight categorized soundbanks set on floppy disk. They proposed it in the past on eBay US, but it seems now that this set is no longer available.
 "EFX 1"Patchlist
 "Jazz 1"PatchlistImage
 "Latin 1" (also known as the Northern Exposure "Good Vibrations 2" soundbank)Patchlist
 "New Age " (also known as the Northern Exposure "Good Vibrations 1" soundbank)PatchlistImage
 "Orch 1"PatchlistImage
 "Orch 2"Patchlist
 "Rock 1" (also known as the Northern Exposure "Rockabilly 2" soundbank)PatchlistImage
 "Top 40"Patchlist


PETER JANETZKY

Peter Janetzky is a german musician who produced a three SY77 soundbanks set named "Soft Synth Collection".
 "Soft Synth 1" Patchlist
 "Soft Synth 2" Patchlist
 "Soft Synth 3" Patchlist



CLAUDIUS DIEMER
Claudius Diemer is a german sounddesigner who programmed soundbanks for MetraSound company.
Now, it seems that he also commercialized himself an original soundbank named "Supersynth".
 "Supersynth"PatchlistImage



MSP
MSP (Mega Sound Production) is a german society managed by Volker Warmers, a sympathic synths lover (many thanks to him for his contribution).
They are proposing one SY77 soundbank named "Glorious 77".
 "Glorious 77"PatchlistImageOrder It


NORTHERN EXPOSURE

Northern Exposure is an american society who commercialized 3.5" SY77 floppy disks categorized by musical styles.
 "Dancing 1" (also known as the Sound Source Unlimited SY709 "Urban Dance/Pop" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Dancing 2" (also known as the Sound Source Unlimited SY714 "Killer B3's" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Good Vibrations 1" (also known as the SoundSations! "New Age" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Good Vibrations 2" (also known as the SoundSations! "Latin 1" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Rockabilly 1" (also known as the Sound Source Unlimited SY705 "Rock&Roll Classics" soundbank)Patchlist
 "Rockabilly 2" (also known as the SoundSations! "Rock 1" soundbank)Patchlist



DIGITAL MUSIC SOFTWARE
This japanese society distributed a 3.5" floppy disk for the SY77 labeled "Source" and named "Sound Data Vol.1"
I ignore if they produced other volumes.
Any informations about it or - best of all - a sysex version of it would be much appreciated!
 "Sound Data Vol.1" PatchlistImage



ELECTRIC HIMALAYA
Electric Himalaya is a website which is distributing soundbanks for software synths and, among them, a soundscapes oriented SY77 soundbank.
 "Pads & Textures"PatchlistOrder it


JEFF HARRINGTON
Two soundbanks programmed by Jeff Harrington as the "Ideal Order" Set (please, correct me if I'm wrong).
 "Ideal Order 1"  Patchlist
 "Ideal Order 2"  Patchlist


X-CLUB (X-LAB STUDIO)
X-Club - which seems to have been previously named "X-Lab Studio" - is an italian society which distributed 3.5" floppy disks with several soundbanks on it.
Most of them were DX7 converted sounds (not listed here). But they also included new original SY77 soundbanks.
I added on this table (at the end) three soundbanks which were not distributed by X-Club but seem to have been programmed for X-Lab Studio.
I ignore the exact name of these three last soundbanks, a
ny additional informations about it are welcome!
 "Get Away"  (originally distributed by YCA - USA)Patchlist
 "The Muse"  (originally distributed by YCA - USA)  Patchlist
 "RM-MIX1"  (programmed by R. Mirabella)  Patchlist
 "MM-MIX1"  (programmed by M. Maccarini)  Patchlist
 "Bank A"  (not sure about bank's name, perhaps "SonusLab"...  an X-Lab Studio product)  Patchlist
 "Bank B"  (not sure about bank's name... an X-Lab Studio product - programmed by R. Mirabella)  Patchlist
 "Bank C"  (not sure about bank's name, perhaps "SonusLab"...  an X-Lab Studio product)  Patchlist


UNKNOWN

Here are several uncertain origin soundbanks which seem to have been commercial products. Any precisions or additional informations about it are welcome!
 "Unknown #1"  - A soundbank apparently produced by a society named "PCR"Patchlist
 "Unknown #2"  - Programmed by Antonino ValentiPatchlist
 "Unknown #3"  - Flip FM Productions (programmed by T. Escueta)Patchlist
 "Unknown #4"  - Apparently distributed by YCA (USA)Patchlist
 "Unknown #5"  - I ignore all about this soundbank...Patchlist
 "Unknown #6"  - I ignore all about this soundbank... perhaps "CD" = Claudius Diemer?Patchlist



MUSITRONICS
Musitronics is a german society which developed an expansion board card for the SY77 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 expansion board card).
 "SY77 PCM EX"  Download





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