TX81Z/DX11 Sound Library
All this time you thought your TX81Z didn't have AfterTouch capability. You were told that was what differentiated it from the DX11, which does have it. Wrong! ManyMIDI has found a way to add AfterTouch, even though the TX81Z supposedly doesn't have it! We've added this to some of the very best voices, especially in those categories that can crescendo and diminuendo in real life, such as brass, reeds, woodwinds, strings, human voices, etc.
Also, to quote from the Yamaha manual, the TX81Z was the first Yamaha synthesizer to offer FM synthesis with seven new waveforms in addition to sine waves. The TX81Z has 4 operators; the DX7 has 6. But the DX7 operators can only produce a sine wave, a pure, flute-like sound. To generate any non-sine waveform, the DX7 must combine 2 or more operators. But each of the TX81Z's 4 operators can produce 7 non-sine waveforms! That means that the TX81Z can produce the same sound with 1 operator that the DX7 requires 2 or more! So the TX81Z's 4 operators, when optimally programmed, can produce all the sounds that a DX7's 6 operators can, and even more. Think about it - the DX7 can produce no more than 3 non-sine waveforms at a time (6 operators divided by 2); the TX81Z can produce 4!
And the TX81Z is just as clear as the original DX7 and TX816, since they use the same 12-bit DAC (digital-to-analog converter). The earlier FB-01 sounded grainier, because it used only a 10-bit DAC.
The producer Babyface at one point had two TX81Z units in his studio, both of which he kept set to a bass patch, one detuned from the other. This became a part of his signature sound.
Whether you need the best Rhodes or the best B-3 sound, the best Vibes, the best Strings, the best Brass, or the best Bass - whatever the category - this new TX81Z/DX11 library will give you the best sounds - both realistic and "new age" - that you'll ever get for your TX81Z - guaranteed!
ManyMIDI Products has developed the largest and most highly-organized, professional synth patch library available for the TX81Z and DX11 synthesizers (and FM8):
The price of these is $49.95, with an Unconditional Money-back Guarantee. Every purchase is secure and risk-free.
To see what others say about these synth patches, take a look at our customers' testimonials.
Purchase our TX81Z synth patches by clicking on the ADD TO CART button. After your payment has been securely processed, you can download the patches, contained in a ZIP file.
ManyMIDI - 2288 TX81Z Synth Patches (SysEx format) - $49.95:
|Categories||# of Banks||# of Voices||Categories||# of Banks||# of Voices|
|Brass: Hard||2||51||Piano: Wurlitzer||2||44|
|Brass: Warm||4||116||Stringed Instruments||2||44|
|Special Effects (FX)||3||95||Voice: Female||1||29|
|Harmonica||1||16||Voice: Male & Female||1||3|
|Organ: B-3||2||64||WW: Flute||2||63|
|Organ: Misc.||2||50||WW: Oboe||1||28|
The 2288 TX81Z/DX11 synth patches in this sound library are the finest available from any source. Every kind of sound that the synthesizer is capable of producing is included - no type of sound is left out. If you want to make the most of your MIDI studio, these sound banks are exactly what you're looking for - guaranteed!
In 2006 Native Instruments released the FM8 software synthesizer, which is a software version of the Yamaha DX7 and the TX81Z. This software program runs as a VST, AU, or RTAS plugin, in addition to standalone-mode. It can import System Exclusive files (.SYX), which means that these ManyMIDI TX81Z synth patches can be played in the FM8 (but not in the FM7).
Comments from customers:
voices sound great." - P.C., Sherman Oaks, CA
"LOVE THEM !!! - total inspiration" - J.W., the United Kingdom
About the sets from the Yamaha TX81Z and Korg T-3 which I've just bought from ManyMIDI this week. The sounds are really great and I'm so satisfied I can tell!! My TX81Z is sounding much better and I could find the Real rhodes piano from the DX7II that I was looking for!! The Korg T-3 #1 set is great also!!! I'm very satisfied not only about the sounds but especially about the attention you've dedicated to us explaining and teaching how to deal with those sounds! - S.L., Franco da Rocha, Brazil
"I can vouch for the fact that it makes much more sense than organizations like Pop, New Age, Rock, Top 40, etc. These names really don't help you find the patch that you have in mind as quickly as having things organized by instrument. Overall, I would say that the patches are an outstanding value. From my experience, ManyMIDI technical support is excellent. If anyone is in the market for patches for synths, I would recommend checking ManyMIDI Products out... A very satisfied customer." - J.A., Urbana, IL
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