HyperSynth has announced Hcards v2.0 – a major update to their line of synth expansion cards.… Read More HyperSynth Hcards v2.0 Gives New Life To Old Synths
Published on Jun 20, 2019 madFame
“This awesome piece of gear can practically store all of your DX7 library with an astonishing 12800 patch memory capacity across 400 banks.
Get yours at http://www.hypersynth.com/products.html
Watch my quick start video for the Hcard 701 (Yamaha DX7): [posted here]
and my quick start guide for the Hcard 750 (Roland D-50): [posted here]”
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Some more Kebu for you. Love the synth spotting and the ability to hear what each synth is generally doing in these.
“Written by Aida S, Frank Nobel and Laleh Pourkarim
Original produced by Laleh Pourkarim
Remix produced by Sebastian ‘Kebu’ Teir
Performed by: Kebu
This remix was made using analog synths and analog(* drum machines as the sole sound sources, in
Hypersynth has launched the Hcard series multi-bank memory cards for the Roland D-50 and Yamaha DX series synthesizers. The Hcard-701 (Yamaha DX7 MKI), Hcard-702 (Yamaha DX7-II/FD) and Hcard-750 (Roland D-50) have no internal battery and can store up to 100 banks. They can be used as a drop in replacement for the original discontinued memory […]
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Additional details further below.
Hcard-701 (Yamaha DX7 MKI) €91/$104 – holds up to 100 banks (3200 presets)
Hcard-702 (Yamaha DX7II-D/FD) €91/$104 – holds up to 100 banks (6400 presets)
Hcard-750 (Roland D-50) €95/$109 – holds up to 64 banks (6400 presets)
Coming in the pipeline:
Hcard-705 Pair (Yamaha DX5-DX1) & H-Display (For All Hcard Series)
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