MATRIXSYNTH: DX-7 Super Max

Thursday, May 24, 2007

DX-7 Super Max

Via Florian on Digital Hell. If anyone knows of a website dedicated to the DX-7 Super Max,post it in the comments and I'll update the post.

"I built in SUPER MAX yesterday evening and I am completely overwhelmed. This is the second most incredible rework of a synthesizer OS after the Europe expansion for the JP6. I definitely recommend it.

Features in short:
- 8 Banks of Memory
- Arpeggiator with very, very good algorithm; provides
32 Arpeggio memories, but these might be not enough for
all usable combinations (not to speak from possible
combinations)
- 3 additional Layer voices with individual tanspose.
- keysplit
- MIDI-echo with transpose
- microtonal tuning
Best of all is: you can send the MIDI-echoes and the Arpeggiator notes separately to the MIDI-Out!

I definitely recommend this. And also the seller bigmanilow is a very reliable person.

Thanks to Lorne for this great hint.

Best regards, Florian"

3 comments:

  1. i have a super max card, and there are 16 banks
    before, i used to have a max 2 card, and had 8 banks (no arpeggiator and others, only the possibility to stack 4 times the same sound, and untune them)

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  2. Heh, I saw the Supermax posts on DH as well, and also drew blanks finding any further info. These days I still think a DX-200 is your best bet, but I always love when people make new gadgets to resurrect old gear like this.

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  3. I thought Digital Hell was just a joke and didn't exist!

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