Reply 20 of 29, by Jo22
Thank you guys!
Yes, I also think the compositions for the Casios could have been done a bit better..
At least, they are more ear-friendly than the Adlib version. When I heared the Casio tunes the first time, it was a mind blowing experience for me.
This was before I heard of the MT32, of course. I only knew the tunes of PC-Speaker and Adlib synth back then.
When I heard about the MT32 the first time (literally), I was amazed. I found out that it wasn't just an ordinary MIDI module
but a real, programmable synthesizer! It tried to get one, but I wasn't able to. So I ended up with a MT32-compatible module (a CM64).
Sadly, it didn't sound very well with SQ3 and I was quite dissapointed. Thankfully, the reasons for this are now known.
I guess we can be glad that the title of this thread wasn't SQ3 on MT-32 (CM64). Otherwise, people would be in rage. 😉
I will do some more recordings of SQ3 in the next days when I fixed my main PC.
At the moment, I've got only a tablet and an old Linux rig..
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