MATRIXSYNTH: The GMX-1 - Doepfer's General MIDI Box

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

The GMX-1 - Doepfer's General MIDI Box

"In 1992 Doepfer released their version of a General MIDI (GM)-compatible MIDI Expander, the GMX-1.

It was Doepfer's attempt to offer a fairly cheap alternative to the popular Soundblasters, LAPC's and other cheap GM-compatible modules like the Roland SC-7.

The GMX-1 was (based on) a Dream mainboard - you will also find this module as Dream GMX-1 mentioned in old magazines - Future Music rated it 86/100 in issue 4, page 41 )"

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