MATRIXSYNTH: Inside the Yamaha TX7 module and replacing the LCD display

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Inside the Yamaha TX7 module and replacing the LCD display

Published on Oct 13, 2019 Mindburner

"I look at the inside the unit and installing a replacement 16x1 backlit LCD display. Final job has wires neatly tie wrapped and insulated with shrink wrap.

Backup battery seemed fine, but swapped it out anyway as a precaution.

I used some autosol metal polish to clean up the LCD display cover and case.

link to my ambient track featuring mostly TX7, with a little bit of Roland Juno alpha 2

TX7 Controls:

- wheel amount control
- aftertouch amount
- foot control amount
- breath control amount
- Midi channel assign
- mono or poly mode
- pitchbender range amount
- volume gain mix
- portamento amount
-DX7 COMBO MODE The TX7 is basically a polyphony expander for DX7 and many functions are accessible only using the original keyboard. The performance mode team-up with the dx7 and a special set of sounds is provided for both TX7 / DX7.


A small one finger tune to finish
made with TX7 and LM1 drum machine plug in
at 15:56


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