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Developer: Roland
Released: 1988-??-??
Type: External Device
Icon - MT-100.png
Platforms: Platform - DOS.pngPlatform - W16.png

The MT-100 or Multi-Timbre - 100 Digital Sequencer and Sound Module is part of Roland's Linear Arithmetic sound module line of home synthesizers. The device is essentially a new-model MT-32 combined with a PR-100, a stand-alone multi-track sequencing device.

The device features all of the same buttons and functionality of the PR-100, a floppy disk drive with save, load, and execute buttons, the play, stop, record, backward, forward, and reset buttons, volume control, speed dial, and various other functions. It lacks, however, the same button layout of the MT-32.

The MT-100 features the same connectors as the new-model MT-32 (MIDI in, out, and thru, as well as individual-channel 1/4" stereo output, and a 1/4" stereo headphone output), but also includes the external control of the PR-100 (1/4" start/stop jack and a punch in/out, and volume control).

The MT-100 includes an LA32 synthesizer and is 100% compatible with the MT-32, so any game that outputs to an MT-32 can also output to an MT-100.



Document Download
Owner's Manual Download - (info)

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Emulation Status

Since the MT-100 uses the same audio synthesis as the MT-32, some emulation progress has been made through Munt.

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