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learnfm: a Yamaha DX7 module for audio learning #Python

The 31,380 unique voices of the DX7

Brian Whitman on GitHub has released learnfm, a Python based Yamaha DX7 module for audio learning.

It will sound like https://soundcloud.com/bwhitman/the-31380-unique-voices-of-the-dx7 – for that assortment, Brian writes:

I collected as many Yamaha DX7 patch files as I could and deduplicated each voice within each patch file. There were 59,907 SYSEX files, most of which contained a bank of 32 voices each, for a total of 1,853,728 voice sounds. After hashing the non-name content of the voice (the actual parameters of the sound), I found 31,380 unique voices made by musicians over the years for the DX7.

Check out Brian’s GitHub for more info on learnfm and the code.


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