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Yamaha DX7 Sysex Transfers Procedure


Set your DX7:

  1. Button "FUNCTION" then button "8": set MIDI CH=1 (data entry slider or button "YES")
  2. Button "8" again: set "SYS INFO AVAIL" with button "YES"
  3. Button "INTERNAL MEMORY PROTECT": set to "OFF" with button "NO"

Transfer soundbank to your DX7:

  1. Run your sysex transfers program on your computer and load or open (depending on the program you are using) the sysex file you want to transfer
  2. Choose "Sysex send" (or the appropriate option) on your sysex transfers program
  3. You must then see "MIDI RECEIVED" on your DX7/TX7 display (transfer OK)

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John Chowning, Inventor of FM Synthesis


John Chowning

John Chowning

John Chowning is known for having discovered the FM synthesis algorithm in 1967. In FM (frequency modulation) synthesis, both the carrier frequency and the modulation frequency are within the audio band. In essence, the amplitude and frequency of one waveform modulates the frequency of another waveform producing a resultant waveform that can be periodic or non-periodic depending upon the ratio of the two frequencies.

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The Father of the Digital Synthesizer

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“I was aware that I was probably the first person to ever hear these sounds, and that what I was hearing was something musical that had probably never been heard by anyone before — at least, not by anyone on this planet.”
John Chowning, Inventor of FM Synthesis
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Exploring the Yamaha DX7

Exploring the Yamaha DX

When you think of 80s music, some of the sounds that come to mind are sparkly electric pianos, metallic basses and cheesy orchestral elements. Many of these sounds came from one synthesizer: the Yamaha DX7. It was released in 1983, and was the first digital synthesizer to have an impact on popular music. Along with its eventual spiritual successors, the Roland D-50 and Korg M1, the DX7 marked a move away from warm analog sounds, to complex digital sounds. For a producer, the DX7 meant more sonic options in one box, and more versatility in a recording studio.
The DX7 generated its sound using a new method of synthesis called FM synthesis, which allowed it to create percussive sounds, metallic sounds, and acoustic sounds such as flutes. Although released in 1983, the technology behind it was developed in 1967 by John Chowning, a professor at Stanford University. The FM technology was used in an earlier synths, such as the Synclavier I & II, and the Yamaha GS1, however these were all super expensive synths, so the DX line was Yamaha’s bid at making an affordable FM synthesizer for working musicians.
FM synthesis was complicated, especially compared to the simple monosynths and polysynths before it. Programming sounds was also cumbersome on the DX synths, involving menu diving and adjusting of numbers and ratios to create a new sound. Because of this, the DX7's presets were used more than new sounds, so the same recognisable sounds started to crop up in pop and rock sounds from 1983 onwards. In this article I’ll explore the DX7 and other DX synths, I’ll look at how they work, and then play some songs they were used in.

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Comment le synthé Yamaha DX7 a révolutionné la musique des 80's

Comment le synthé Yamaha DX7 a révolutionné la musique des 80's

Le début des années 80. Après une décennie sous le règne de l’analogique, les producteurs et musiciens attendent la prochaine révolution. Elle arrive en 1983 avec le Yamaha DX7 et la synthèse FM. Son principal intérêt ? Grâce à des algorithmes, la FM est en mesure de générer une multitude de sons (inédits, qui plus est) avec une grande précision. Pourtant, cette dernière existe depuis un petit moment. En 1973, son inventeur, un certain John Chowing, professeur à l'université de Stanford, dépose même un brevet. Pourtant, aucun constructeur ne souhaite investir dans cette approche de la synthèse. Les circuits numériques – indispensables pour la FM – sont encore trop chers à développer. Heureusement, une bande d'ingénieurs japonais se passionnent pour ce principe. Ils parviennent même à convaincre la division claviers de Yamaha. Celle-ci se lance alors dans la conception de prototypes et dépose à son tour un brevet, cette fois pour garder l'exclusivité de la synthèse FM pendant dix ans.
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This Video Explains How The Yamaha DX7 Became The Synth Of The ’80s

This Video Explains How The Yamaha DX7 Became The Synth Of The ’80s

A digital synth that changed electronic music forever.
Take a second to consider what comes to mind when you think about the sound of ’80s pop music. For us, we immediately go to: 1. The dry immediacy of gated snares and, more importantly for the purposes of this short article, 2. The metallic sheen of the Yamaha DX7 synthesizer.
One of the first mass market synths to feature FM synthesis instead of the subtractive method favored by the likes of Moog, the Yamaha DX7 introduced the world to an entirely new world of sounds. The metallic bells that ring, wooden marimbas that plonk and glassy pads that shimmer in the versatile synth can be heard in a vast majority of the ’80s most essential electronic music releases, including such highlights as Harold Faltermeyer’s “Axel F” and Brian Eno’s “Apollo”. The synth also played an instrumental role in shaping the sound of Detroit techno.
Now, you can dig deeper into the story of the Yamaha DX7 thanks to a new video essay released by YouTube channel, Polyphonic.

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A Brief History of the Yamaha DX7

A Brief History of the Yamaha DX7

After our brief histories of the Roland TR-808 drum machine and the Roland TB-303 bass synth, here is a brief history of another highly influential electronic instrument: the Yamaha DX7 synthesizer.

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Yamaha DX7

One of the most popular digital synths ever was the DX7 from Yamaha, released in 1983. It featured a whole new type of synthesis called FM (Frequency Modulation). It certainly is not analog and it is difficult to program but can result in some excellent sounds! It is difficult because it is non-analog and thus, a whole new set of parameters are available for tweaking, many of which seemed counter-intuitive and unfamiliar. And programming had to be accomplished via membrane buttons, one data slider and a small LCD screen.
Still the sounds it shipped with and that many users did manage to create were more complex and unique than anything before it. Percussive and metallic but thick as analog at times, the DX7 was known for generating unique sounds still popular to this day. The DX7 was also a truly affordable programmable synth when it was first released. Almost every keyboardist bought one at the time making the DX7 one of the best selling synths of all time! It also came with MIDI which was brand new at the time - Sequential had already released the first MIDI synth, the Prophet 600. Roland had just released the JX-3P with very basic MIDI implementation, and wouldn't get around to adding full MIDI for another year with the Juno-106, and it would be three years before Roland can counter the popularity of the DX7 with a digital synth of their own, the D-50.

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LE SYNTHÉTISEUR DX7 YAMAYA : DESCRIPTION, FONCTIONNEMENT ET DÉMO

Yamaha DX7

Lorsqu’on prononce le mot « synthétiseur », il est difficile de ne pas évoquer le monde de l’électronique et des associations qu’il fait naître, et ceci, pour une raison bien simple, il n’existait jusqu’en 1983, absolument rien qui pouvait, au niveau technologique, délivrer des sons possédant un caractère autre que synthétique.
Quelques années auparavant, le réalisme des premières ébauches sonores issues des claviers à synthèse numérique Yamaha GS1 et GS2 était suffisamment convaincant pour poursuivre la recherche. Peu de temps après, la gamme des CE obtenait un succès international foudroyant. En fait, les CE préfiguraient ce qui allait se passer avec la série des DX, dont la référence en terme de vente sera le DX7.

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Yamaha Design “Synapses” DX7 1983 / SYNTHESIZER

Yamaha DX7

Using design to herald the arrival of the digital age.

In1983, at the height of the techno-pop movement and the zenith of popularity for analog synthesizers, Yamaha released the innovative DX7 digital synthesizer. This called for a design that made it obvious to all that it was the first digital synthesizer around. The design expressed the newness of this completely different digital dimension and we had to create a design that heralded the arrival of the digital age.
To do that, we aimed for a simple, square form that would be a vivid contrast to analog synthesizers and their panels crowded with buttons and knobs. We removed all physical controllers except for the keyboard, using smooth membrane switches, something relatively new for a musical instrument. In utilizing this switch-based digital control for all aspects of its operation, the DX7 gave a clear message to that player that here was a synthesizer completely different to all those that had gone before. Adding these membrane switches to the design, it was vital that we make use of a color scheme that maximized their visibility. To achieve a clear contrast with the dark brown of the body, we used a vivid green for the panel that we came to refer to as "DX Green." DX Green was eventually used on variety of products, and it came to symbolize digital technology.

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Yamaha Reface DX

Yamaha Reface DX

4-operator FM Sound Engine.
Continuously variable feedback on every operator.
Multi-touch controls.
Onboard CHORUS effect.
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Korg Volca FM

Korg Volca FM dx7 patches for volca fm

A polyphonic digital synthesizer that completely reproduces a classic FM sound engine.
3-voice polyphonic FM synthesizer, fully compatible with classic unit.
Super-easy sound editing.
Onboard CHORUS effect.

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Dexed

Dexed is a multi platform, multi format plugin synth that is closely modeled on the Yamaha DX7.
Dexed is also a midi cartridge librarian/manager for the DX7.
Dexed requires a AU/VST host (like Savihost or Reaper) in order to run the plugin.

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Oxe FM Synth

Oxe FM Synth

Oxe FM Synth is an open source VST 2.4 instrument plugin for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Features:

  • Multitimbral (16 MIDI channels);
  • 8 operators (6 oscillators, 1 noise generator/limiter, 1 filter), all with envelope;
  • 1 LFO per channel;
  • frequency modulation half-matrix with self-modulation
  • global reverb and delay
  • great general performance in low resources systems
  • a lot of good quality patches included
  • external skin support (download lcd, snow, tx802 and dx7 skins by Layzer).

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Synthmata

Oxe FM Synth

Free online patch editor for Volca FM + DX7

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HerrMueller’s DX7

Dexed

HerrMueller’s DX7 is a free Java-based editor for Yamaha’s popular DX7 synth and compatible software synths.
Features:
Convenient Voice Set Manager Voice Editor Waveform Preview Instant Data Exchange / Live Edit Mode Sysex Import Platform Independent
The free patch editor is available at vstforx.

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Zynthian
Zynthian

Zynthian is a new class of machine.
A kind of swiss army knife of synthesis, equipped with multiple engines, filters and effects. Completely configurable and upgradeable.
An Open Platform for Sound Synthesis. Based on Raspberry Pi and Linux, its hardware specification is public and software is Open Source.
It is fully hackable! DIY (Do It Yourself!).
A community-focused project where you can choose between build everything from scratch or use one of the kits that we offer, adapted to the different skill levels.
You can use it for live performing, studio production or as a tool for experimental sound exploration.

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DX Manager Editor And Librarian

FM-Alive DX Manager Editor And Librarian

DX Manager is a general-purpose editor and librarian for the Yamaha DX7 and compatible synthesizers.
DXM works with the MK1 and Mk2 DX7, TX7, TX802, DX21, DX27, DX100, TX81Z, DX11 and FB01.
The current version, DXM 5.2 is free to download for a 30-day trial and $20 to buy.
Upgrades and technical support are free and unlimited.DXM5 is Vista/7/8/8.1/10 compatible.

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Arturia DX7 V

Arturia DX7 V

The DX7 V accurately models the FM digital synthesizer that became synonymous with the sound of the ‘80s. Our enhancements add more of everything to make the new DX7 V a sound for all time.

  • 32 original DX7 algorithm
  • All DX7 original parameters
  • Original DX7 SysEx import
  • 25 available waveforms per operators
  • 6 Operators with multi-mode filter and feedback per operators
  • DX7, DADSR and Multi-Segments envelopes (syncable and loopable) per operators
  • 2 Modulation envelopes
  • 4 assignable macros
  • Advanced modulation matrix
  • A step sequencer, 2 LFOs with 6 waveforms and an arpeggiator
  • 4 FXs slots that can be routed in parallel or in serie
  • An oscilloscope
  • Vintage and Modern DAC Mode for a proper emulation of the DX7 converter
  • 32 voices of polyphony
  • 4 voices of unison with unison detune
  • 436 factory presets

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Native Instruments FM8

Native Instruments FM8

Native Instruments has harnessed the power of FM synthesis. The strengths of digital are manifest in FM8’s powerful audio engine which generates breath-taking, brilliantly dynamic FM sound in pristine quality. With its emphasis on ease-of-use, the FM8 brings a high degree of simplicity to the otherwise intricate process of FM synthesis, delivering unsurpassed depth, brilliance, and dynamism.

The FM8 library contains over 1200 expertly-designed presets. Rich and detailed, they exemplify the strengths of FM synthesis, from dynamic digital pianos to bright, bold brass. Also included are a number of effect rack, sound morphing, and arpeggio presets. Simply search and you will find – instantly.

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PX7 FM Synthesizer

PX7 FM

The PX7 FM Synthesizer is a six operator FM synth for the Reason rack. As a faithful recreation of the popular DX series keyboards, it provides a wealth of new sounds, ranging from classic 80's bass and brass to modern textures, leads and growls.
The PX7 FM Synthesizer is a six operator FM synth for the Reason rack. As a faithful recreation of the popular DX series keyboards, it provides a wealth of new sounds, ranging from classic 80's bass and brass to modern textures, leads and growls.
But PX7 is not only an emulation of a classic keyboard. With an easier interface, macro controls for quick and powerful tweaking of sounds, stereo spread, and full integration with the Reason rack, it takes FM synthesis into the age of Reason.

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Aurora FM is a 6-operator pure FM synthesizer featuring advanced modulation capabilities

Dexed
  • 6-operator, 32-algorithm advanced FM synthesizer with 30 voices, deep modulation, delay/reverb/overdrive/chorus effects, and performance features
  • Single-screen, everything-visible, non-skeuomorphic UI with controls designed for efficient mouse interaction and visual feedback; no hidden parameters, tabs, menu-diving, etc.
  • Much more than a mere DX7 emulation - Aurora FM translates Yamaha DX7/6-op patches but is a superior, semi-modular, flexible, highly-usable modern instrument for musicians and synthesists
  • 100% original SSE-optimized C++ code (no SynthEdit, no VSTGUI, no 3rd party libraries), high-resolution sine generators, and full-rate sample-accurate modulation combine for a great sound!

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Synth DX7 Piano

DX7 PIANO Android

The famous electric piano sound of Yamaha DX7, combined with 24 bit studio grade Reverb and Delay. DX7 PIANO is designed to be controlled via MIDI. Use a USB MIDI keyboard with USB OTG cable to connect to your phone/tablet. The electric piano sound is the famous patch from the popular classic synth YAMAHA DX7. The playback latency, which is a great problem for the android devices is solved in DX7 Piano. The Synth DX7 Piano has a powerfull low level native engine which allows a Zero Latency on a great number of devices. Enjoy.

T- Full 8 octave via midi keyboard
- Pitchbend midi controlled
- Modulation midi controlled
- 24 bit studio grade Reverb
- 24 bit studio grade Delay
- Perfect yamaha DX7 el. piano patch emulation.

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Synthétiseur FM SynprezFM II

SynprezFM

SynprezFM II is a Yamaha DX7 emulator (or should I say "tribute"?) that was initialy developed under Linux, then optimized for Android.
It is freely available on Google Play in English, French and Spanish, with no advertisements It offers 1024 patches of different types of sounds, and ncludes a patch editor since version 2.0.1. The most interesting part lies within the sound engine, that reproduces with quite a decent accuracy the sound of the original DX7, given the same patches.
It is able to generate 16 channels on machines of average power, and supports the 6 operators across the 32 algorithms. On large screens, it can even display 2 independant keyboards. It is also possible to import 32 patch sysex files to compare the emulation with the original Unlike sampler readers, the software is very compact because it generates the sound with very few data as input: a sound patch is just 128 bytes!
Indeed, the .apk is 850K, but the core (JNI library) is just 150K.

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Synth DX 747

Synth DX 747

Synth DX 747 is a 6 operator FM synthesizer app.
DX 747 is designed to be controlled via MIDI. Use a USB MIDI keyboard with USB OTG cable to connect to your phone/tablet.
The 32 voice sysex banks are compatible with the popular classic synth YAMAHA DX7. Synth DX 747 has 24 bit studio grade midi controlled REVERB and DELAY.
The playback latency, which is a great problem for the android devices is solved in Synth DX 747. The Synth DX 747 has a powerfull low level native engine which allows a Zero Latency on a great number of devices.

Main advantages:
- Zero Latency
- MIDI Controlled
- Full SysEx implementation
- Load Yamaha DX7 sysex patches
- Built in 24 bit Delay and Reverb engine

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Yamaha DX7 App for iOS devices


DXi FM synthesizer

DXi FM synthesizer

DXi is a FM synthesizer application inspired by 80's most popular FM synthesizer. You will enjoy creating sounds as well as playing music with this application.
FM synthesizer is still popular among many people by its unique tone. We carefully selected parameters from original synthesizer so you will be enjoy editing tone with them easily.
You need to know some technique to tweak the tone, but you will be able to get DXi's special tone and effects while having some fun!
Creating sound effects is another idea to enjoy DXi.

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KQ Dixie

DXi FM synthesizer

KQ Dixie is a 6-Operator FM synthesizer that is modeled on the synthesizer which appeared on the 1980s. FM synthesizers make sounds with Frequency Modulation. FM brings rich and brilliant sounds which are impossible to create with analog one. It makes very complex waves with simple modulations. The same method is used for a radio. The synthesizer gained much popularity in the 1980s. This app lets you make sounds freely with 156 voice parameters. Almost all parameters are compatible with DX7. Audio Unit v3 compatible. Audiobus compatible. 32 algorithms included. You can manage the hardware DX7 when it is connected with external MIDI cables. Supports DX7 System Exclusive Messages (SysEx) and syx files. Supports Zip files.

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FM Player

Classic DX Synths

FM Player

Beautiful Free iPad instrument featuring the classic sounds of famous 80s FM Synthesizers. "BEST FREE APPS OF 2017" - Electronic Musician Magazine "BEST iOS APPS – 2017" - Audio News Room (ANR) We are all volunteers and this was a labor of love, we have spent months lovingly crafting and sampling...

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FM4

FM4

FM4 is a four operator FM synthesizer for iPad.

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Patch Touch

Patch Touch

Patch Touch for Yamaha DX/TX is a patch editor for the Yamaha DX7, DX7II, TX7, TX802, and TX816 synthesizers. If you have one of these synths then this is the editor for you! Patch Touch gives you touch-based control over all of the voice parameters on your DX or TX. Just make a change on the...

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Patch Base

Patch Base

Patch Base is a collection of patch editors and librarians for new and vintage synthesizers, enabling easy visualization, editing, and organization of patches. * See what patches on your synth look like * Edit the parameters of your synth in real time, while you play * Save patches in Patch Base,...

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iPad DX7

iPad DX7

This iPad DX7 patch editor for TouchOSC, via armatronix, is designed to simplify and speed up programming the ‘notoriously difficult’ Yamaha DX7, TX7, and TX816 FM synths, via MIDI SYSEX.
It’s a free download (.touchosc file).I have not tried this, but it looks like it could dramatically streamline working with the Yamaha DX synths. If you give this a try, leave a comment and let me know what you think of this iPad DX7 programmer. wifimidi, matrixsynth

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Yamaha DX-7 with Grey Matter E! Upgrade

GreyMatter E! DX7

“We have owned several fantastic Yamaha DX7 synths through the years — It’s one of our favorite keyboards. If you’ve been living in a cave since 1983 and are not familiar with this iconic keyboard, see Dave Benson’s DX7 Page and the many other references available on the web.
This particular DX7 is by far the best we have ever owned for a number of reasons. The condition is stellar. It has been completely tested and is fully functional. As you can see from the pictures it is in exceptionally good condition for its age, very straight and incredibly clean. The keys, the membrane buttons, the sliders and wheels all work and look perfect. Inside, everything is spotless and completely functional. All inputs and outputs are tight and work with no issues. The battery has been replaced. It comes with an integrated extra-long power cord. We are throwing in a midi cable, and we will include a CD (see below for what’s included). There are a few scrapes, dings and patches of rubbed paint, but they are minor and mostly on the sides and bottom. On one side, there is a small piece of plastic missing.

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SuperMAX

supermax for yamaha dx7 expansion board

I just received my new SuperMax expansion board for the Yamaha DX-7 mkI and wow! It sure changes the Yamaha DX-7 for the better. I get 64 new sounds that are programmed to take advantage of the new characteristics of the SuperMax chips and I must say I am really impressed. My Yamaha DX-7 sounds much fatter with voices that now can be stacked. There are 512 memory locations which means I can reliably store a lot of voices without them crapping out with the Gray Matter E! board that I previously had installed. The delay and detune features are fantastic for acquiring natural effects such as chorus. I also love the sound creator which allows you to invent new sounds by automatically combining random parameters between voices.

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John Chowning "Origins of FM Synthesis"

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Loading patches to Yamaha DX7 Sysex Librarian Mac OSX

Yamaha DX7 factory reset | Load preset sounds sysex

Korg Volca FM - 3 - How to import Sysex DX7 Patches using DEXED

DX7S and MIDI System Exclusive (SysEx) -.PT1 Loading MKI banks.

Volca FM - How to upload DX7 patches using Dexed

Yamaha DX7 FM Synthesis - Algorithms Explained

Yamaha DX7 & PopStar

Ultimate DX7 pads, strings & ambient

Yamaha DX7 – 80's Hits, Van Halen Jump, Rush Subdivisions, Rush Tom Sawyer, UK Alaska, Berlin

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Yamaha DX7 Shoot Out With Arturia DX7 V, Korg Volca FM, Dexed, FM8, FM Player & KQ Dixie, Full Test

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