DreamBlaster X3MA Advanced USB Sound Card And Waveblaster Compatible General MIDI Synthesizer Board
DreamBlaster X3MA is a multi-purpose sound solution for modern and vintage computers.
DreamBlaster X3MA can be used in modern computers (Running Windows XP or later and Mac OS X) as:
- A USB Audio Device with Stereo Analogue for Playback and USB Audio Functionality (Digital Audio In/Out)
- A USB MIDI Synthesizer with Programmable High Quality Soundbanks and Equalizer
- A USB MIDI Interface with MIDI pass-through to its DIN-5 MIDI Port (enabling use of vintage Synthesizers with modern PCs)
DreamBlaster X3MA can also be used in vintage computers and MIDI Keyboards as:
- A Waveblaster Compatible MIDI Synthesizer with Programmable High Quality Soundbanks (Compatible with DreamBlaster X2) and Equalizer
- MT-32 Mode MIDI Playback for games that do not utilize custom instruments when using Dream CleanWave128 v2.03 and later Soundbanks
- A USB MIDI interface with MIDI pass-through to its USB Port (enabling use of MIDI emulators running on PCs and SBCs)
DreamBlaster X3MA is a small form factor PCB measuring 65mm x 38mm. The device can be bought as a pre-assambled PCB, or as a bundle with our professionally 3D printed enclosure.
- Dream 5000 series synth chip with 54 voices polyphony, high quality effects engine
- Super low latency (<1ms)
- 64MB flash for professionally produced DreamBlaster soundbanks
- USB MIDI In/Out (Class compliant midi device, works without drivers on Windows XP and later)
- USB Digital Audio Playback and Recording Interface for MIDI and Wave
- Analogue stereo line out with high quality 24-bit DAC
- Preloaded with High Quality 16MB Dream General MIDI Soundbank with preload options for other DreamBlaster produced professional soundbanks (Compatible with DreamBlaster X2).
- "DreamBlaster Preset Editor" tool for advanced equalizer and synthesizer customization/tweaking.
Please visit our X3M Downloads Section to download the latest versions of DreamBlaster X3MA/B Software and DreamBlaster Soundpacks.
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