Information The D-110 RS-PCM sound
module and its keyboard version, the D-10, were released in 1987/1988. The
D-(1)10 uses Linear Arithmetic (LA) Synthesis and ROM samples. The D-110
tones are built from a maximum of four so called ‘partials’ (operators):
either short PCM samples or synthesized waves (square and saw waves).
I've sampled the D-110 meticulously and converted its
Kontakt instruments (Kontakt 5.5.2). Note: this is not a synthesizer,
it's a collection of sampled sounds.
In this sample collection, the tone banks have been created by sampling the
partials, and combining them as they are combined in the D-110. Some tones
use ring modulation, these have been sampled ‘as is’. The (filtered)
partials are also included in this collection: PCM Bank, RingMod Bank and
Synth Bank. Notes have been sampled from midi number 24 (C0) to 96 (C6). All
samples have been recorded at 44,000 kHz/16-bit.
Some D-110 tones are velocity sensitive: brighter when played harder. This
has been emulated on all tones by sampling the brightest sound (maximum
velocity) and providing a Kontakt low pass filter that reacts to velocity.
As a bonus, high pass, resonance and LFO filtering has been included, as
well as ADSR editing, from the front panel.
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receiving your payment, I will send you the files
through WeTransfer within 24 hours. Due to the size of the collections,
e-mail. Note: the collection may not work in the free Kontakt Player, only
in the full version.