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Developer: Roland
Released: 198?-??-??
Type: External Device
Icon - CM-32L.png
Platforms: Platform - DOS.pngPlatform - W16.png

The CM-32L or Computer Music - 32 Linear is part of Roland's Linear Arithmetic sound module line of home synthesizers using the LA32 synthesizer and based on the core functionality of the D-110. It was released in the mid-to-late 1980s and is similar to the MT-32, but even closer in design to the LAPC-I soundcard, which is just a CM-32L and an MPU-401 designed to fit on an ISA card.

The CM-32L features MIDI in, out, and thru, as well as individual-channel 1/4" stereo output, and 1/4" stereo headphone output. It originally sold for $650.

Roland also made a CM-32P for PCM synthesis, and the CM-64 which combines a CM-32L and a CM-32P in a single unit.



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Emulation Status

Since the CM-32L is very similar in design to the MT-32 and the LAPC-I, some emulation progress has been made through Munt.

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