Hi Fran, ... Just out of curiosity, how exactly does this work? Based on your explanation, it sounds like a pretty straightforward task of reverse engineeringMessage 1 of 4 , May 1, 2008View SourceHi Fran,
> If any one needs more details on this I can help. Good to see there areJust out of curiosity, how exactly does this work? Based on your
> more experimenter types lurking around in our midst.
explanation, it sounds like a pretty straightforward task of reverse
engineering the process and then repeating it on your own sysex,
resulting in similar change data... Speaking of ROM 'refactoring', has
anyone been adventurous enough to solder out the sample and firmware
ROMs of SY22 and/or SY35 to dump the contents? I'd like to see what's
in there but have been kept back by the fact that Yamaha decided to
solder them in...
SOOPER KEWL!! Thanks JP!! I ve trimmed down my collection of Yammie FM synths but the TX802 is my flagship!! I m not in a postion to burn a new eprom, but I veMessage 1 of 4 , May 9, 2008View SourceSOOPER KEWL!! Thanks JP!! I've trimmed down my collection of Yammie
FM synths but the TX802 is my flagship!! I'm not in a postion to burn
a new eprom, but I've got several RAM4 carts and look forward to
checking out your patches. Thanks so much for the generous share!
--- In email@example.com, "jp_no9" <silence.no@...>
> As I browsed through the files, I see that Kobanogomi has posted the
> content of the original ROMS of the TX802. That makes me remember that
> I have made in the past an alternate version of the ROM labelled
> XB536(B). So I made it available for you on a web page (see below). It
> contains sounds not always original but largely modified by me. I'm
> too lazy to explain how to make your own sound ROM or how to program
> an EPROM, but I hope some of you can manage with it.
> The files : http://silence.no.free.fr/Synth/Synth_tx.html
> There are sounds for the MOTIF and other synths on my site.
> Have a nice day,