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Yamaha S-YXG50: A Software MIDI Synthesizer for Windows XP
Yamaha S-YXG50 is a software MIDI synthesizer that emulates the sound of the Yamaha XG and Roland GS standards. It was originally released as a part of the Yamaha SOL2 package, but it was discontinued in 2003. However, thanks to a modified version by Veg[^1^], you can still use it as a VSTi plugin on any VST host. In this article, we will show you how to download, install and use Yamaha S-YXG50 on Windows XP.
Download Yamaha S-YXG50
You can download the portable version of Yamaha S-YXG50 VSTi from Veg's website[^2^] or from the Internet Archive[^1^]. The file size is about 3 MB and it contains the syxg50.dll file and an ini file with some hidden settings. You don't need to install anything, just extract the files to any directory.
Install Yamaha S-YXG50
There are two ways to use Yamaha S-YXG50 on Windows XP: as a system MIDI synth or as a VSTi plugin.
As a system MIDI synth
If you want to use Yamaha S-YXG50 as the default system MIDI synth, you need to install the VST MIDI Driver[^2^], which allows you to use any VSTi as a global system MIDI synth. After installing the VST MIDI Driver, follow these steps:
Open VST MIDI Driver settings and click \"Load VSTi\" button.
Choose syxg50.dll from the directory where you extracted it.
In the Advanced tab, choose \"VST MIDI synth\" as the default MIDI synth.
Click OK and close the settings.
Now Yamaha S-YXG50 will be used as the default system MIDI synth for any game or MIDI player that uses the system MIDI synth.
As a VSTi plugin
If you want to use Yamaha S-YXG50 as a VSTi plugin, you need to have a VST host that supports VSTi plugins. There are many free and paid VST hosts available, such as Reaper, FL Studio, Cubase, etc. The steps to use Yamaha S-YXG50 as a VSTi plugin may vary depending on the VST host, but generally they are:
Copy syxg50.dll from the directory where you extracted it to the VST plugins folder of your VST host.
Open your VST host and scan for new plugins.
Add Yamaha S-YXG50 as an instrument track or a MIDI track with Yamaha S-YXG50 as the output.
Load or create a MIDI file or sequence and play it through Yamaha S-YXG50.
You can also adjust some settings of Yamaha S-YXG50 by opening its GUI or editing its ini file. For example, you can change the polyphony limit, the wavetable size, the reverb type, etc.
Use Yamaha S-YXG50
Yamaha S-YXG50 supports both the Yamaha XG and the Roland GS extensions, which means it can play most of the MIDI files with enhanced sound quality and effects. You can also use it to create your own MIDI compositions using your favorite MIDI editor or sequencer. To check if your setup is working correctly, you can use the bi2_polkovnik.mid file[^2^] provided by Veg and compare it with the bi2_polkovnik_syxg50.ogg file[^2^]. It should sound exactly the same.
Yamaha S-YXG50 is a software MIDI synthesizer that can emulate the sound of the Yamaha XG and Roland GS standards. It was discontinued in 2003, but thanks to Veg's modified version[^1^], you can still use it as a VSTi plugin on Windows XP. You can download it from Veg's website[^2^] or from the Internet Archive[^1^] and use it as a system MIDI synth 248dff8e21