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x68000:midi_synthesizer_modules [2014/08/11 19:53]
eidis [Roland CM-64]
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 ====== Introduction ====== ====== Introduction ======
  
-There are three ways how to output music on X68000 - Built-in sound, Roland LA sound source, Roland GS sound source. The MT-32 MIDI synthesizer module, which was accepted as the industry standard for X68000, was introduced in 1987, the same year when the first X68000 came out. It used Linear Arithmetic synthesis to produce sound and saw several upgrades. The SC-55 General Standard module, which was introduced in 1991, supported LA through emulation which was not accurate and thus noticeably degraded music quality. However, there are some games that take advantage of GS enhanced capabilities.+There are three ways how to output music on X68000 - Built-in sound, Roland LA sound source, Roland GS sound source. The Roland ​MT-32 MIDI synthesizer module, which was accepted as the industry standard for X68000, was introduced in 1987, the same year when the first X68000 came out. It used Linear Arithmetic synthesis to produce sound and saw several upgrades. The Roland ​SC-55 General Standard module, which was introduced in 1991, supported LA through emulation which was not accurate and thus noticeably degraded music quality. However, there are some games that take advantage of GS enhanced capabilities.
 ====== Datasheet ====== ====== Datasheet ======
 |  Sound module ​ |  LA sound source (Tr.2-10) ​ |  PCM sound (Tr.11-16) ​ |  GS sound source (Tr.1-16) ​ | |  Sound module ​ |  LA sound source (Tr.2-10) ​ |  PCM sound (Tr.11-16) ​ |  GS sound source (Tr.1-16) ​ |
 
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