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I owned the TX16W many years ago-planning on getting the PRO version of this software

Official support for: tx16wx.com

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dathyr1
KVRist
 
69 posts since 10 Jan, 2012, from Chicago Ill

Postby dathyr1; Wed Nov 21, 2012 7:48 am I owned the TX16W many years ago-planning on getting the PRO version of this software

Hello,

Wow. This software brings back my memories of the past using the actual TX16W sampler. Didnt do a whole lot of editing with it, but had some nice sound library packs to choose from. At the time, Used allot of the sounds either in the studio or sometimes some of the sounds in Live performance.

During those days I owned most of the Yamaha equipment from the DX7 and FB01 modules on up to the SY99 which I still have,but is not in good shape. I guess I liked FM synthesis at the time. Now most everything is sampled sounds.

I have downloaded your free version and testing it before the PRO version comes out. From what I have tested so far, this is a great piece of software pretty straight forward to use.

I will be purchasing the PRO version when it arrives.

keep up the great work,

Dave :)
goldenanalog
KVRian
 
812 posts since 7 Dec, 2005, from somewhere between analog and digital

Postby goldenanalog; Wed Nov 21, 2012 8:08 am

I have a 16w, picked it up years ago off ebay for next to nothing with a sizeable library.

You know what? It sounds good, has a distinctive character.

A software emulation makes sense....

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