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 sounds to Native Instruments Kontakt instruments (Kontakt 5.5.2).
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’. 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. For a detailed list of sounds, see this PDF file.
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These instruments contain only one octave of samples, to give an impression of the quality. Of course, the full versions contain the entire range of samples!