Yamaha TG100 AWV Synth - Tone Generators/Samplers

Preset (ROM) Voices
192 instrument voices and 10 drum kits
Internal (RAM) Voices
64 user voices
28-note (Dynamic Voice Allocation)
16 voices simultaneous (max) (Dynamic Voice Allocation)
Sound Sampling
AWM (Advanced Wave Memory)
Reverb effect
Yamaha custom DSP (Digital Signal Processor)
Sound Module Mode
General MIDI Level 1 Disk Orchestra (Yamaha)
Demo Song
1 (not editable, stored in ROM)
Master Volume, Input, Contrast
Play, Part, Edit, Cursor, -1/No, +1/ Yes
LCD Display
1-line 16-character
Audio Connections
Line Out 1/4" (6.35mm) mono jack x 2 (L/Mono and R) Audio IN 3.5mm stereo mini jack x 1 Phones 3.5 mm stereo mini jack x 1
MIDI Connections
In, Out Thru (5-PIN DIN socket)
To Host Connection
8-PIN mini DIN socket
Host computer selections and data rates
MIDI- 31,250 bps (bits per second) Mac- 31,250 bps PC- 1- 31,250 bps (for NEC PC9800 series) PC-2- 38,400 bps (for IBM PC/AT and PS/2)
DC IN connection
2.1mm mini power type (for use with PA-1505 adaptor)
Power Supply Voltage
15V, 500mA
Dimensions (W/D/H)
220 x 196.5 x 40.6 mm (8-5/8" x 7-3/4" x 1-5/8")
1.0 kg (2 lbs 3 oz)

AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) sound sampling technology

192 instrument voices

Plus 10 drum kits.

16 part multitimbrality

28 note polyphony

(Dynamic Voice Allocation)

DSP (Digital Signal Processor)

This is for digital reverb effects.

Host computer connection

This allows direct connection to a computer, without a MIDI interface.

External sound sources can be mixed with the TG100's sounds

This can be done by using the stereo Audio In facility, which provides an input level control and signal level peak indicator.

Conforms to General MIDI Level 1

This allows playback of MIDI songs recorded on other General MIDI equipment.


With Yamaha's "Disk Orchestra Collection" range of music software.

Comprehensive MIDI implementation

This is for external control via MIDI software and data transfer.

Voice Editing

Editing can be performed on 64 voices in the internal voice bank. Edit parameters include: volume, detune and pan. Individual editing of each element in a two element voice allows you to create subtle detune chorus type effects, or new exciting voices radically different from the original preset voices.