WaveBlaster compatible MIDI daughterboards

Ever since I was about 8 years old I've been interested in music and audio equipment. This interest was stimulated after we got our first home computer, a Commodore 64.
This also got me hooked on computers. I liked the games, programming and sound and music. Years later, when I started to use soundcards on the PCs we had over the years, there were a few soundcards that I really liked, most of all the Gravis Ultrasound. I bought a GUS MAX as soon as they became available. I took a trip to Amsterdam just to buy one of these, a revision 1.7. I still have it in full working order, including everything that came with it.
With the GUS, I also became interested in MIDI. The use of RAM on the GUS to load the patches was something unique in the world of PC soundcards. The quality of the music produced by the GUS was (in my opinion), way better than that of the SB Pro 2.0 I had before that. Then came the Yamaha DB50XG daughterboard, which was said to be even better for MIDI. It took me a while to find a proper working soundcard for that and I finally settled on a Sound Blaster 16 ASP. Several other soundcards I tried proved to be more or less incompatible with the software I wanted to use. The SB16 just worked.
With prices of soundcards and MIDI boards as they were and given my limited resources, buying multiple boards was out of the question.
During the past five years however, I caught the 'retrovirus' and began collecting the classis soundcards, MIDI daughterboards and Roland MIDI interfaces and modules. On this page I displayed my collection of WaveBlaster compatible MIDI daughterboards, just like a few other people on the web have done.
I'm still trying to expand my collection, which has been successful so far. There are still a few boards missing that I'd like to have though. If you have one that you'd like to sell, trade or donate, please contact me.

  August 29, 2017
  Three weeks ago, my friend brought me a package from Brazil: the MediaTrix AudioTrix 3D-XG had arrived! Pictures will follow...
  Now I finally have the Yamaha DB60XG I have been searching for!
 
  Anyone with a Dreamblaster X2 or X3M: check out the new soundbank that was made available by Serdaco here.

  May 4, 2017
  On April 24 I received an e-mail from Brazil. I did not know the man who sent it, but he asked me about advice on how to use his Yamaha DB60XG in a modern PC.
  Long story short: he decided to sell his MediaTrix AudioTrix 3D-XG (boxed, complete set) with the Yamaha DB60XG. Needless to say, I expressed my interest in buying it and thanks to a friend
  it is now waiting in Rio de Janeiro to be brought to me sometime soon. I believe I can wait a little while longer to get my hands on that soundcard, since I have been looking for one for several years. Yeah!
  In the meantime, Serdaco have released their DreamBlaster X2 and Serge has drummed up some help in creating an alternative soundbank for it. A great product with great support, at an affordable price!
  Check it out in Serdaco's webshop, with many more MIDI products available as well.
  If anyone is looking for an affordable Yamaha XG MIDI device, I still have the MU-90R available.

  December 8, 2016
  Two days ago, a package with not one, but two MIDI daughterboards arrived! Thanks to the same fellow VOGONS member and Retro/MIDI enthousiast as last month, I was able to add these to my collection.
  The two boards are an Ensoniq Soundscape DB Rev B and Magic Wave Table. I must say I never heard about the latter, but I will try to find out more about it.
  In the meantime, Serge Defever has been hard at work to get the first batch of Dreamblaster X2 boards ready. He is almost ready to start sending them out. They look and sound beautiful! Get one while you can!
  Since I traded my Korg 05R/W for the two MIDI daughterboards, that is no longer for sale. I do have a few MIDI modules available though:
  A Roland CM-500 (with European power supply), a Roland SC-88 in very good condition (European version), a Roland MT-32 in good condition and a very nice Yamaha MU80! Also a Yamaha MU90R (19" rack version of the MU90).
  The Roland SC-55 is still available too, although I'd like to repair the headphone output first, which appears to be non-functioning. Line output is fine. Interested? Send me an e-mail at c.kersten@gmail.com.

  November 14, 2016
  Since Serge Defever already made an announcement on VOGONS and Phil from Phil's Computer Lab posted photos, I put up the photos of the Serdaco Dreamblaster X2 prototype as well. See below!
  Last Friday I received a package with not one, but two additions to my collection: an Aztech Sound Galaxy Wave Power (complete, boxed) and a TeleVideo WaveImpact 32! Thanks to a fellow VOGONS member and Retro/MIDI enthousiast.

  November 6, 2016
  Added software for the X-Technology TopWave 32.

  November 1, 2016
  It's about time for a quick update. Let me start with the most interesting bit: Serge Defever is working on a new project and he will make an announcement soon!
  My collection of MIDI boards will have two additions within the next few weeks, among which will be an Aztech Sound Galaxy Wave Power board! Can't wait...

  If anyone is interested: I have a few MIDI modules for sale or trade: Yamaha MU80, Yamaha MU90R, Roland MT-32, Roland SC-55 and a Korg 05R/W. E-mail to c.kersten@gmail.com

  August 23, 2016
  It's been a while since the last update, but a few things have happened since then. Several people contacted me by e-mail and I have been able to help them, either by selling or trading or giving them information.
  Always nice to get in touch with people with a similar interest!
  On June 14 there was a surprise package in the mail. As it turns out, Serge Defever sent me the first, hand-soldered, working prototype of the Dreamblaster X1 for my collection! What a nice gift!
  He even included a little note. Thank you Serge!
  Back in February I traded one of my Yamaha DB50XG boards for a Turtle Beach Monterey (TB Tahiti with TB Rio daughterboard). I've added the pictures of the Rio. And of the Dreamblaster boards too.

  May 16, 2016: Time for an update
  Last week I was lucky enough to find an unused, boxed Roland SCM-10 on eBay! The seller had a 'Buy it now' price that I quickly clicked on, still surprised that no one had beaten me to it.
  Shipping of this Roland MPU-401/AT and Roland SCB-7 combo was very quick. It arrived on Friday and it is now a part of my collection!
  And I also recently bought an Anteg Easy MIDI EM-100, a rather simple looking, Italian made MIDI module. Inside the module is a small hidden treasure: a Dream-based MIDI daughterboard!
  As my friend Salient also bought one of these, maybe he will find the time to make a few recordings and put them up on his website.
  So anyone looking for a MIDI daughterboard: if you come across one of these modules, pick it up. They tend to be cheap.

  February 14, 2016: Yet another wavetable board...
  Last Thursday saw the arrival of yet another wavetable board. I came across this one on eBay. It is BCM DB2133a wavetable board,
  intended for use in an Axon AX-100 guitar-to-MIDI interface. It was most likely produced in 2003 and it has a 4MB ROM.
  This means it could have a CleanWave32 soundset or a custom soundset. I will need to compare with CleanWave32 recordings to find out which it is.
  I could find no manufacturer information about this wavetable board, so if anyone knows anything about this board, please let me know.
  I have made a number of recordings that will hopefully be available soon on wavetable.nl for anyone to listen to.
  Scans have yet to be made and will also be available soon.
  The website's owner, Salient, has made recordings of the Dreamblaster X1, the latest high quality wavetable daughterboard from Serdaco.
  Also check out the video review of Serdaco's Waveblaster MIDI interface board on Phil's YouTube channel.

  January 30, 2016: And another one!
  This afternoon another wavetable board arrived from Germany: an Ensoniq Soundscape DB revision A! I did not expect to ever find one of these.
  A quick test shows it works just fine and sounds pretty good too.

  January 23, 2016: Another addition to the collection!
  As part of trade, I acquired a Terratec MiniWaveSystem WT64 1.0A wavetable board for my collection. And another one will be added to the list soon....

  January 10, 2016: Happy new year!
  Last Thursday a package arrived at my house, containing a NOS, shrink-wrapped Media Vision Pro 3-D Sound Card with the Korg Wavetable MIDI daughterboard.
  So it contains one of the wavetable boards that I've been looking for and it is unused. Now, should I open it?

  June 21, 2015: another update, finally ;-)
  It has been quite a while since I last updated this webpage, but there are a few recent developments that need to be mentioned:
  Serge Defever is developing a wavetable board using FLASH, so you can replace the soundset! It is still a work in progress, but it is already on his website.
  It is called the Dreamblaster X1. I recently received a prototype of this board and it sounds quite good with the soundset that is provided. A great development!
  Serge is also working on an update to his MIDI interface, in order to improve compatibility. I am currently testing it with my collection of MIDI boards.

  Gravis Ultrasound PnP clone being developed
  As the prices of used Gravis Ultrasound cards have been rising (and availability dropping) in the last few years, an enthousiast from Berlin has started developing a GUS PnP clone card, called the ARGUS.
  The project is now entering the prototype stage, where a number of PCBs will be made so the card can be tested. It will support a maximum of 16MB, more than the original GUS PnP and will also be GUS Classic compatible.
  Follow the progress on VOGONS or read the blog. A very interesting read and a project worthy of support!

  New acquisitions
  During the last few months the number of wavetable boards being offered has been small and the ones on sale went for rather high prices, so it has been quite difficult to extend my collection.
  However, I did manage to find a Roland CM-500 module (as I sold my previous one) and more recently a Roland MPU-IPC-T. I am not certain if I will really be using them, so let me know if you're interested.

  NEW WAVETABLE BOARD RELEASED!

  An electronics engineer from Belgium, Serge Defever, has recently developed his own Waveblaster-compatible MIDI board which is now available!
  I was allowed to help test the prototype and the first few samples from the (limited) production run. The so-called 'Dreamblaster S1' is based on the Dream 2195 synthesizer chip.
  The board itself is tiny, smaller than any of the other wavetable boards I own. The sound quality however, is rather good with a somewhat 'synthy' feel to it. The noise level is very low, which is also good.
  April 9, 2014: Salient has been so kind as to make recordings of the Dreamblaster S1 and put them up on his website: www.wavetable.nl. So if you want to hear what this little board can do, have a listen!
  On July 5th Fabian put his review and recordings of this MIDI board up on the Amoretro website!
  Here is a picture, from left to right: Pine PT-2030 (for size comparison), the Dreamblaster and the Dreamblaster prototype.


  Now for sale! Check the website: Serdashop
  The same developer has also created a MIDI interface to use with Waveblaster compatible boards.

  The current version includes MIDI-IN, optional RCA Audio In (e.g. for use with DB60XG/XR385) and RCA Audio Out. Power is provided by a 9V AC adapter.
  A very neat feature is the jumper-selectable attenuation of the audio signal, as the output level on some wavetable boards is so high that it causes clipping. This feature prevents that.
  Sound quality is very clean. I use this interface extensively with all my wavetable boards, it is that good and very convenient.
  If there is demand for it, there may be an updated version of the MIDI interface. This board can also easily be used to create your own MIDI module.
  Now for sale! Check the website: Serdashop
  Supply is limited!

  Latest additions:
  - Yamaha DB60XG (with MediaTrix AudioTrix 3D-XG) (April 26, 2017)
  - Ensoniq Soundscape DB rev B (December 6, 2016)
  - Magic Wave Table (December 6, 2016)
  - Aztech Sound Galaxy Wave Power (November 11, 2016)
  - TeleVideo WaveImpact 32 (November 11, 2016)
  - Serdaco Dreamblaster X2 prototype (October 15, 2016)
  - Serdaco Dreamblaster X1 first prototype (June 14, 2016)
  - Turtle Beach Rio Rev. 3.0 (February 16, 2016)
  - BCM DB2133a (February 11, 2016)
  - Serdaco Dreamblaster Synth X1 (retail version) (February 3, 2016)
  - Ensoniq Soundscape DB rev A (January 30, 2016)
  - Terratec MiniWaveSystem WT64 1.0A (January 23, 2016)
  - Media Vision Professional Wavetable Upgrade (with Korg chip) (January 7, 2016)
  - Serdaco Dreamblaster Synth X1 (limited edition prototype) (June 4, 2015)
  - Gallant GMW-1000 (April 7, 2014)
  - Creative WaveBlaster II (CT1910) (came with a SoundBlaster 16 CT1770) (March 26, 2014)
  - Orchid Wave Booster 4FX, complete and boxed! (March 17, 2014)
  - Avance PRO32AW (February 17, 2014)
  - Pine PT-2030 Vivaldi Xtra Wavetable Daughterboard (January 17, 2014)
  - Korg Ai20 (January 17, 2014)
  - X Technology TopWave 32 (XTOP-005), boxed with original software on disk and manuals (October 23, 2013)
  - another Roland SCB-55 (September 5, 2013)
  - two brand new Yamaha DB51XG boards (September 3, 2013)
  - Orchid Wave Booster 4FX (August 26, 2013)

  I am always looking for MIDI daughterboards to add to my collection, in particular:
  - Ensoniq Soundscape DB, 32 voice polyphony, 128 GM instruments, 61 drum programs.
  - AVM Technology General MIDI Engine
  - Yamaha DB60XG (the original, I have the NEC XR385)
  - Korg AG-WB
  - I-O Data MIDI-KG/EX
  - Casio WG-130
  - Miditemp DS-48
  - Miditemp DOX-1
  - Ricoh PCM Sound Generator Wavetable 2MB/4MB
  But any other wavetable daughterboard is welcome, even ones that I already have. I am looking to buy them or trade for them. Please contact me at c.kersten@gmail.com.


My collection

Module information

Component side

Reverse side

Avance PRO32AW
AdMOS QDSP QS1000, 512kB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: February 17th, 2014
Aztech CS9233
Crystal CS9233, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: July 31, 2013
Aztech Sound Galaxy WaveTide
ICS WaveFront ICS2115V, 2MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Needs Aztech host board with EXPCON, does not work on standard WaveBlaster header.
Added to collection: April 13, 2012
Aztech Sound Galaxy Wave Power
Ensoniq OTTOR2, 2MB ROM (4MB compressed), 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: November 11, 2016
BCM DB2133a
Dreams SAM2133B, 4MB ROM (CleanWave32 soundset?)
Intended use in Axon AX-100 Guitar-to-MIDI interface
Added to collection: February 11th, 2016
Creative WaveBlaster (CT1900)
OKI E-MU Rev A, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: September 24, 2008
Creative WaveBlaster II (CT1910)
EMU8000, 2MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: October 27, 2008
Creative WaveBlaster II (CT1910)
EMU8000, 2MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: March 26, 2014
Diamond Multimedia Monster MIDI Rev B
Dream SAM9733, 4MB ROM, 64 voice polyphony
Added to collection: January 2, 2012
Diamond Multimedia Monster MIDI Rev C
Dream SAM9733, 4MB ROM, 64 voice polyphony
Added to collection: August 10, 2011
Diamond Multimedia Monster Sound Wavetable Card 2MB
AdMOS QDSP QS1000, 2MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection:
Ensoniq Soundscape DB rev A
Ensoniq OTTOR2, 2MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: January 30, 2016
Ensoniq Soundscape DB rev B
Ensoniq OTTOR2, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: December 6, 2016
Gallant GMW-1000
Dream SAM9203, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: April 25, 2012
Gallant GMW-1000
Dream SAM9203, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: April 7, 2014
Hizon DB333 (Formosa 16bit AudioStar Wave)
Dream SAM9233, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection:
IBM S-W1/C (KD020102)
Crystal CS9233, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: September 28, 2011
IBM S-W1/C (KD020103)
Crystal CS9233, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: September 28, 2011
Magic Mave Table
Crystal 9328, ?MB ROM, ? voice polyphony
Added to collection: December 6, 2016
MPB-000028
AdMOS QDSP QS700, 512kB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection:
NEC XR385 (Yamaha DB60XG clone)
Yamaha XQ036A0, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM/XG, audio input
Added to collection: August 3, 2008
Orchid Wave Booster 4FX
Crystal CS9203, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: August 26, 2013
Orchid Wave Booster 4FX
Crystal CS9203, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Complete and boxed.
Added to collection: March 17, 2014
Box front
Box back
Box contents
Orchid Wave Booster Software v2.0 (WinImage)
Update: After several attempts to repair it, this board is now, unfortunately, dead....
Pine PT-2030 Vivaldi Xtra Wavetable Daughterboard
Yamaha YMF-704C-S (OPL4), 1MB ROM, 24 voice polyphony, GM
Added to collection: January 17, 2014
Roland SCB-55
Roland TC6116AF, 4MB ROM, 28 voice polyphony, GM/GS
Added to collection: September 5, 2013
Notice the left/right channel patch on the PCB (pins 20 and 24). PCB revision 00.
Roland SCB-55
Roland TC6116AF, 4MB ROM, 28 voice polyphony, GM/GS
Added to collection: October 2, 2008
Boxed version, complete with software and manuals (SCD-15). PCB revision 01 with L/R corrected.
Roland SCB-7
Roland TC6116AF, 4MB ROM, 28 voice polyphony, GM
Added to collection: August 31, 2008
Boxed version (SCD-10)
Serdaco Dreamblaster X1
First working, hand soldered protoype
Dream SAM2655, 32MB Flash, 64 voice polyphony (or 38 with effects), 8MB Cleanwave GM soundset
Added to collection: June 14, 2016
Serdaco Dreamblaster X1
Limited Edition protoype (out of 5 made)
Dream SAM2655, 32MB Flash, 64 voice polyphony (or 38 with effects), 8MB Cleanwave GM soundset
Added to collection: February, 2016
Serdaco Dreamblaster X2 Protoype
Dream SAM5504B, 64MB Flash, 81 voice polyphony (with effects), 16MB Cleanwave GM soundset
Added to collection: October 15, 2016
Shuttle HOT-243Y
Yamaha YMF704C-S (OPL4), 1MB ROM, 24 voices polyphony, 62.2 x 38.0mm
Added to collection: September 7, 2011
TeleVideo WaveImpact 32
AdMOS QS501, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: November 11, 2016
Terratec DREAM GSWAVE
Dream SAM9203, 4MB ROM, 24 voice polyphony
Added to collection: March 18, 2012
Terratec DREAM GSWAVE (dead on arrival)
Dream SAM9203, 4MB ROM, 24 voice polyphony
Added to collection: January 15, 2013
Terratec MiniWaveSystem (SOWT-11 Ver1.0)
Dream SAM9233, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection:
Terratec MiniWaveSystem (SOWT-11 Ver1.0)
Crystal CS9233, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: June 19, 2012
Terratec MiniWaveSystem (SY/TTWT-11M V1.0)
Crystal CS9233, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: May 2, 2012
Terratec MiniWaveSystem (WT64 V1.0)
Dream SAM9503, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: October 4, 2011
Terratec MiniWaveSystem (WT64 V1.0A)
Dream SAM9407, 1MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: January 23, 2016
Terratec WaveSystem Professional (SOWT-24)
Crystal CS9233 + Dream SAM8905-1, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony
Added to collection: March 13, 2012
Terratec WaveSystem SCW001-2 (MPB-000004) (Formosa OEM)
Dream SAM9203, 2MB ROM, 24 voice polyphony
Added to collection: February 1, 2012
Terratec Wave XTable
Dream SAM9708, 16MB ROM, 128 voice polyphony, GM/XG
Complete and boxed
Added to collection: July 2011
Trust Korg Super Sound Module (AKA Korg Ai20 / Guillemot Korg Wave Upgrade)
Korg MBCS35104, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM
Added to collection: June 25, 2011
Removed from collection: January 30, 2016 (traded for Ensoniq Soundscape DB Rev A)
Trust Korg Super Sound Module (AKA Korg Ai20 / Guillemot Korg Wave Upgrade)
Korg MBCS35104, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM
Added to collection: January 17, 2014
Turtle Beach CancunFX
Dream SAM9733, 4MB ROM, 64 voice polyphony, GM/GS
Added to collection: February 27, 2012
Daughterboard is part of Turtle Beach Montego II Home Studio set.
Turtle Beach CancunFX
Dream SAM9733, 4MB ROM, 64 voice polyphony, GM/GS
Added to collection: April 17, 2012
Daughterboard is part of Turtle Beach Montego II Home Studio set.
Turtle Beach Kurzweil HOMAC
Rockwell RWA030/035, 2MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM
Added to collection: November 26, 2012
Daughterboard is part of Turtle Beach Pinnacle Project Studio set.
On February 14, 2014 I sent this board out to Fabian who runs the website www.amoretro.de
I let him borrow this board to do a review. Hope to see it on his website soon!
Update: as of July 7th the recordings and review are up on the Amoretro website. Enjoy!
Turtle Beach Rio Rev 3.0
ICS WaveFront ICS2115V, 4MB ROM + socket for SIPP RAM module, 32 voice polyphony, GM
Added to collection: July 26, 2010
Turtle Beach Rio Rev 3.0
ICS WaveFront ICS2115V, 4MB ROM + socket for SIPP RAM module, 32 voice polyphony, GM
Added to collection: May 15, 2013
Removed from collection: January 23, 2016 (traded for Terratec MiniWaveSystem WT64 1.0A and Roland MPU-401/AT)
Turtle Beach Rio Rev 3.0
ICS WaveFront ICS2115V, 4MB ROM + socket for SIPP RAM module, 32 voice polyphony, GM
Added to collection: February 16, 2016 (Traded for Yamaha DB50XG)
X Technology TopWave 32 (XTOP-005)
Korg MBCS35104, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM
Board has a header for a direct line output.
Complete and boxed.
Added to collection: October 23, 2013
Box front
Box back
Software: X-Technology TopWave 32 installation disk
Software: PowerTracks Pro for Windows
Yamaha DB50XG
Yamaha XQ036A0, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM/XG
Added to collection: 1995
This was my first WaveBlaster-type daughterboard, still going strong.
Yamaha DB50XG
Yamaha XQ036A0, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM/XG
Added to collection: August 14, 2013
Yamaha DB51XG
Yamaha XU947C0, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM/XG
Added to collection: September 3, 2013
Yamaha DB51XG
Yamaha XU947C0, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM/XG
Added to collection: September 3, 2013
Yamaha DB60XG
Yamaha XQ036A0, 4MB ROM, 32 voice polyphony, GM/XG
Included with MediaTrix Audiotrix 3D XG
Added to collection: August 9, 2017

  Still unopened MIDI daughterboard box....


Terratec Professional Wave System - front of sealed box April 27, 2012
Terratec Professional Wave System - back of sealed box

Previously owned/sold:

Component side

Reverse side

Hizon DB333 SOLD!
Hizon DB333
Miditemp DS-48 Wavetable Daughterboard Returned to seller because of strange sounding instruments
Link to specifications
Miditemp DS-48 Wavetable Daughterboard
NEC XR385 (Yamaha DB60XG clone) SOLD!
NEC XR385 (Yamaha DB60XG clone)
Roland SCB-55 (SCD-15) SOLD!
Roland SCB-55 (SCD-15)
Terratec Wave XTable SOLD!
Terratec Wave XTable
Terratec Wave XTable SOLD!
Terratec Wave XTable
Trust Korg Super Sound Module (September 16, 2011) SOLD!
Trust Korg Super Sound Module
Turtle Beach Rio Rev 3.0 (March 31, 2011) SOLD!
Turtle Beach Rio Rev 3.0
Yamaha DB50XG (March 30, 2009) SOLD!
Yamaha DB50XG

  For sale

  New items coming soon!

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  Roland SC-55 MIDI module with original (European) AC adapter. In very good condition, the one blemish are the scratches on the display, which are hardly noticeable when the unit is turned on. ==> SOLD!

  Roland MT-32 with AC adapter. First generation, in good condition. ==> SOLD!

  Roland RAP-10 with Roland MCB-10 breakout box in good condition, card comes with English manual. Copies of original software can also be supplied. Tested, working perfectly! --> SOLD!

  Yamaha MU-80, external MIDI module in very good condition. With non-Yamaha power supply. --> SOLD!

  Roland MPU-401/AT, the original Roland 8-bit ISA card with MPU-401 and WaveBlaster header --> SOLD!

  Creative Soundblaster 16 CT1740 with v4.05 DSP --> SOLD!

  Roland SC-88, external MIDI module in very good condition. European version (220V). --> SOLD!

  Roland SC-55 mkII, external MIDI module in very good condition. With original Roland power supply (European version) and remote control. --> SOLD!

  Roland SC-7, external MIDI module, with the familiar Roland GM sounds. Unit is in very good condition. Comes with original Roland power supply (European 220V version). Unit has two stereo inputs (one of which is adjustable), so you can use it as a simple mixer (e.g. with the output from a soundcard). --> SOLD!

  Roland MPU-401 (boxed) - breakout box ONLY!, unfortunately without an interface card. --> SOLD!

  Roland SC-55, first version (with GS logo only on the front). Very good condition, comes with original Roland power supply (European 220V version) and remote control. --> SOLD!

  Yamaha SW60XG --> SOLD!

  Gravis Ultrasound Extreme --> SOLD!

  Gravis Ultrasound MAX Rev 2.1 --> SOLD!

  Roland CM-500 --> SOLD!

  Roland MT-32 --> SOLD

  Yamaha MU50 --> SOLD!

  Roland CM-64 --> SOLD!

  Roland RAP-10 --> SOLD!

  Gravis Ultrasound Extreme --> SOLD!

  Yamaha SW60XG ISA card with the well-known Yamaha XG soundset --> SOLD!

  Roland SCC-1 (boxed, with software and MIDI adapter cables), excellent condition --> SOLD!

  Roland SCD-15 (SCB-55) boxed, Waveblaster type expansion card (repaired, tested perfectly), with original diskettes and MIDI adapter cables. --> SOLD!

  Roland MT-32, first gen. Comes with non-Roland power supply. --> SOLD!

  Roland SC-88ST, good condition, great SC-88 sounds! Switch to SC-55 mode with a single button! Comes with original Roland power supply. --> SOLD!

  Roland MPU-IPC-T (card and breakout box only), good condition. SOLD!

  Roland CM-64 (with original Roland power supply) - In technically fine condition, cosmetically fair. SOLD!

  Roland MPU-IPC-T - ISA card with breakout box, in very good condition. SOLD!

  Roland MPU-IPC-T - Boxed, ISA card with breakout box and manual, in very good condition: SOLD!

  Roland SC-155, excellent condition, with remote control and power supply. SOLD!


  Interested? E-mail: c.kersten@gmail.com for details. International shipping is not a problem, will quote shipping cost on request. PayPal or bank transfer.

  If you have any WaveBlaster type MIDI daughterboards for sale or trade, please send me an e-mail!


  Links

  Serge Defever's webshop with high quality MIDI daughterboards and MIDI interface boards
  Salient's wavetable and MIDI comparisons site
  D-Tech's website. Good website with interesting info and some great original music!
  Webpage with photos and information on many WaveBlaster compatible daughterboards
  Amoretro.de, a very nice website with a lot of retro hardware, including a few MIDI daughterboards
  Retro computer website with interesting information and reviews by Phil

 

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  Last modified: August 31st, 2017