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Posted on: November 22, 2009 @ 07:04 AM
CesarSound
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Recently borrowed a Yamaha DX7 II (hardware) from a friend of mine and decided to sample some of voices that I really like.  I sampled and programmed on my Motif ES a total of 10 classical voices from DX7:

01-Tubular Bell
02-E.Piano 1
03-Harmonica 1
04-Harmonica 1-A
05-Brass 3
06-Brass 1
07-Flute 1
08-Voice 1
09-Strings 2
10-Bass 1

As a FM sounds’ lover, I was impressed with the results that I got so I decided to share my personal work with DX’s lovers on the Web.

Here is the link on Yousendit (if needed rar password is jcr):

http://rapidshare.com/files/387839483/CESARSOUND_FM_COLLECTION.rar.html

Note:
This file is in Motif ES format (all voices W7V) and can be loaded on Motif XS without any problem. The unziped file size is 145MB, so you will need a SD RAM Memory installed in your Motif.

Disclaimer:
“If someone is interested, I am sharing some of my personal voices and sampling’s weekend’s works that I made on my Motif ES as a hobbyist and it is not intended to be commercialized, sold or to compete with the Professional Libraries that are sold in this site.”

Enjoy.
Julio.

Here is a MP3 Demo of this Library:

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DX7_FM_Cesarsound.mp3  (File Size: 5976KB - Downloads: 1192)
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Posted on: November 22, 2009 @ 08:32 AM
BlacKeys
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THX

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Posted on: November 22, 2009 @ 03:47 PM
megassus
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Cesarsound - 22 November 2009 07:04 AM

Recently borrowed a Yamaha DX7 II (hardware) from a friend of mine and decided to sample some of voices that I really like.  I sampled and programmed on my Motif ES a total of 10 classical voices from DX7:

01-Tubular Bell
02-E.Piano 1
03-Harmonica 1
04-Harmonica 1-A
05-Brass 3
06-Brass 1
07-Flute 1
08-Voice 1
09-Strings 2
10-Bass 1

As a FM sounds’ lover, I was impressed with the results that I got so I decided to share my personal work with DX’s lovers on the Web.

Here is the link on Yousendit (if needed rar password is jcr):

https://www.yousendit.com/download/TzY3Zm1VNkdUME4zZUE9PQ

Note:
This file is in Motif ES format (all voices W7V) and can be loaded on Motif XS without any problem. The unziped file size is 145MB, so you will need a SD RAM Memory installed in your Motif.

Disclaimer:
“If someone is interested, I am sharing some of my personal voices and sampling’s weekend’s works that I made on my Motif ES as a hobbyist and it is not intended to be commercialized, sold or to compete with the Professional Libraries that are sold in this site.”

Enjoy.
Julio.

Hi Julio

I sure like DX7 voices.
Back in the old motif classic days I used to have a plgin dx.
FM voices. Yes it is so very cool.
I download your work now and will give it a run.
This is really a great thing you offer to share.
big thank u!

TROY

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Posted on: November 22, 2009 @ 05:08 PM
megassus
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Been trying those sounds.

A real great impressive sounds.

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Posted on: November 22, 2009 @ 09:54 PM
Vlempie
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Thanks i’m taking them as wel

Nico

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Posted on: November 22, 2009 @ 11:36 PM
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Thank you Cesarsound.

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Posted on: November 23, 2009 @ 07:19 AM
CesarSound
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Dear Folks,
Thank you for download. It is a worthwhile library. Enjoy

Remember the password is jcr

Julio.

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Posted on: November 23, 2009 @ 08:08 AM
SpongeBob
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Nicely done!  Sounds great on my ES…

Thanks for sharing.  :)

Bob

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Posted on: November 23, 2009 @ 12:15 PM
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Thanks Cesar, very cool.
I look forward to more.

Lex

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Posted on: November 23, 2009 @ 02:16 PM
tuquoque
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Downloaded succesfully, thanks!

- tuquoque

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Posted on: November 23, 2009 @ 06:24 PM
zoueva
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File is only 69 Mb and can’t open it even with PW. Can you fix it , please.
Alex Z

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Posted on: November 23, 2009 @ 06:38 PM
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zoueva - 23 November 2009 06:24 PM

File is only 69 Mb and can’t open it even with PW. Can you fix it , please.

Given that a number of people appear to have downloaded and unpacked it just fine it would appear that the original file is ok but there is problem with your downloaded file being corrupted in transfer or a system problem.

Have you tried downloading it again?

Df.

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Posted on: November 23, 2009 @ 06:44 PM
zoueva
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I tried to download it twice already, unable to unzip it. When I click the link INFO said that file is around 71 Mb, but Julio guy mentioned 145 MB which is twice more. Something is wrong…

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Posted on: November 23, 2009 @ 07:16 PM
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zoueva - 23 November 2009 06:44 PM

I tried to download it twice already, unable to unzip it. When I click the link INFO said that file is around 71 Mb, but Julio guy mentioned 145 MB which is twice more. Something is wrong…

The file is 150Mb unpacked. i just downloaded it to make sure, and it’s fine.

I think you are not providing it with a password. You need to unpack it with the password ‘jcr’ as stated in the original post.

Df.

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Posted on: November 24, 2009 @ 07:20 AM
CesarSound
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Hi friends, thanks for your comments.

zoueva, I use the Winrar to pack / unpack the files, please try it (it is freeware).

Here some (Web*) information about the voices I sampled:

30 VOICE 1 - Another DX7 signature sound - the hollow digital voices.  Useful as a pad and for many other purposes.

18 HARMONICA1 - This preset was used in a VERY FAMOUS hit song of the ‘80s:  Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” and Michael McDonald in “Sweet Freedom”.

1 BRASS 1 - Classic ‘80 synth brass.

11 E.PIANO 1 - THE MOST FAMOUS PATCH OF THE ‘80s!!!!!!!  Used by EVERYBODY, the fabled INT11 preset has become a standard sound (aka “FM piano” in all modern workstations, of all brands.  It was manipulated in many ways, but the typical add-on was a wide chorus, to achieve that polished, professional sound.  Mixed with a regular piano sound, it became the “L.A. piano”, a standard for mid-80s ballads. Sade (E.Piano 1 preset used in “Smooth Operator"), Simply Red (E.Piano 1 preset used in “Holding Back the Years”, “Jericho”, “Come to My Aid”, “The Right Thing” and others)

15 BASS 1 - THE OTHER CLASSIC DX7 PATCH!!!!!!!  This bass was used as the MAIN BASS for SO MANY ‘80s productions.  Listen back and you’ll spot it easily.  Again, this patch now has become a standard (FM Bass) and lives in all modern synthesizer workstations, of any brand. Also used by A-HA (bass in “Take On Me” and “Touchy").

26 TUB BELLS - Graceful tubular bells.  Again, a sound that no other synthesis but FM at the time could reproduce. Found in Bon Jovi’s (Tubular Bells preset and string or harp patch in “Livin’ on a Prayer") and Madonna (bass and bells in “Spotlight”, bass in “Live To Tell” and “Crazy For You”, also used a lot on her 3rd album)

24 FLUTE 1 - Much was said about the realism of this patch, at the time.  Today, it doesn’t stand out as such, but in 1983, especially if you used a breath controller, it didn’t get more real than this (unless you sold your car and bought on of the first samplers, such as the Emulator I)

*Some information from Synthmania and Wikipedia sites.

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Posted on: November 24, 2009 @ 11:35 AM
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Thank you Cesarsound for this sounds ;-)

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