The Yamaha TG100 was Yamaha's foray into the small, computer side, General MIDI synth, aimed at gamers and hobby musicians (this was before Yamaha introduced their XG line). Of course, Roland had a lock on this, somewhat small market already going back to the MT-32 and CM/GS line. Read more about Yamaha TG100 AWM Tone Generator
The Roland LAPC-I (Linear Arithmatic Personal Computer IBM or ISA) was an internal expansion card for the ISA bus. The LAPC-I was effectively an MT-32, CM-32L (including its 33 extra sound effects waveforms) and a true MPU-401 MIDI interface all contained on one long ISA card. Read more about Roland LAPC-I
The FB-01 is cool little four op FM synth module introduced by primarily as a means of supplying a multitimbral FM synth for background sequencing. The idea is that you use your DX7II as your main with the FB-01 filling in the background parts. Read more about Yamaha FB-01 Four OP FM Sound Generator
Roland Super MPU SMPU II AT ISA MIDI Interface with MIDI Breakout Box
We offer a 45 day money back guarantee on all our hardware sales. This Roland SMPU card works 100%, and we can supply drivers for Windows as well as PDF copies of the original Roland SMPU owner's manual. This is a 16bit ISA card, so please keep that in mind when purchasing and ensure that the computer system that you plan to use the Super MPU with actually has an open ISA slot available. Most newer computer systems do not have ISA slots. Read more about ROLAND SUPER MPU SMPU II AT ISA MIDI INTERFACE FOR SALE
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