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Gospel Musicians TGX-85 Yamaha SY85/TG500 Virtual Instrument




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The TGX-85 is a Yamaha SY-85/TG-500 virtual instrument library eXpansion for Pure Synth Platinum. In keeping with the amazing structure of as PSP, we have included ALL of the raw waveforms from the actual hardware, including the old school drum kits. You get 4-oscillators in which to combine your patches as well as two filters, and two LFOs of which are not offered on the hardware. The arp can be global or per oscillator as well as global and per oscillator effects, depending on the template you choose. In many ways the TGX-85 rivals that of the actual hardware, because of the added modulation sources, the number of effects, and greater polyphony. The goal of the TGX-85 is to virtually put the feeling of the hardware right into your hands.

The Yamaha SY-85 was the first digital synthesizer I ever owned. At the time, I felt that it wasn’t up to par with any of the other synths out at the time. I remember I couldn’t wait until I saved enough money to replace it. Boy was I wrong! Now listening to the sounds some years later, I realized that this was one of the most forgotten synths, especially for pads and synths. Now we have a slew of VST effects, and racks trying to mimic the good ol’ digital sound of the 90’s, because those sounds were so raw and grimy. This is what I didn’t appreciate back then from the good old SY-85. The SY/TG is best known for it’s spacious and lush pads; moog-like synth bass, vintage analog brass sounds, very realistic solo strings, the absolute best dance/house piano, and an overall amazing 90’s pop feel. 

The raw digital/gritty sound makes it very unique and special - We can’t express this enough. The synth brass, synth bass, pads, and raw waveforms are very unique and make for some very dirty, digital, and analog sounding pads and synths. The best part is that we feel that M5/UVI has some of the best effects out of any VST, so combing both makes for an amazing virtual emulation. You take those raw low-fi digital samples and you combine them with modern filters and effects, and you get this reminiscent digital synth with an edge. 

Better Than the Hardware

So it is not just enough for us to mimic the actual hardware, but since this is 2014 we feel that we owe it to ourselves to try to improve on the actual sound. You see, for that time, the Yamaha SY-85 could only use the available filters, converters, and D/A equipment available, but now we have way more choices in tools in which to enhance the sound. So we have chosen to run all of the sounds directly through a very unique pair of CAPI VP28 preamp modules. You see, we wanted to keep the nature of the sound from the SY-85 hardware, while at the same time add an overall high-definition sheen, and weight to the sound. This is what these units do! By engaging the Pad on the VP28, we are able to drive the signal through the, oh so sought after, Red Dot transformers, which adds more weight and heaviness to the sound. The coloring to the sound is very minute, but the weight and thickness to the sound is so pronounced and evident. We love the raw and gritty sound of old school digital synthesizers, but we don’t love the thin lifelessness that can sometime come from the units. The VP28s add that extra sheen and color to the raw signal such that it still keeps true to the original hardware, but without the, sometimes, lifeless digital feel.

As a result, for those of you who have owned an SY85/TG500, you will immediately recognize and added fat thickness that you probably haven’t heard before from your unit.



Tech Specs


  1. 5.2GB Samples Uncompressed and 2.1GB FLAC lossless compression 

  2. 514 Professional Presets

  3. 6,232 Multi-Samples and 328 Individual Sounds

  4. Recorded at 44kHz/24-bit directly from the hardware synth output and digital sources

  5. FLAC Lossless Compression at the highest bit rate to preserve quality


  1. UVI Workstation (FREE) Newest version 2.5.4 or higher (Will not work with M5)

  2. Authorize up to 3-machines. No need for iLok dongle

  3. Works with: Logic 9/X, FL Studio, Studio One, Cubase, DP, GarageBand, Sonar, ProTools, Ableton Live, Nuendo

  4. 8GB Ram and minimum i5 Processor or higher is highly recommended

Minimum System Requirements

  1. Mac OS X version 10.7 and Higher (64-bit | 32-bit), Mac Intel processor i5 or higher, 8 GB of RAM
    Windows 7 and Windows 8 (64-bit | 32-bit),Intel i5 processor or higher, 8 GB of RAM

  2. Hard drive : 7 200 rpm recommended or Solid State Drive (SSD) (SSD Highly Recommended)

  3. WARNING: This library with the FLAC compression will not work with MachFive 3 as it cannot read the loop points.

Compatible DAW Workstation

  1. Digital Performer 7 & 8, ProTools 10 & 11, Logic 9 & X, Cubase 7, Ableton Live 8 & 9, Studio One 2, Garage Band, FL Studio, Nuendo

Authorize up to 3-Machines



Internet AccessHigh Speed Required! >6MB/s
File Size1.4GB (Version 1.01)
SoftwareUVI Workstation or MachFive 3 Newest Version
PolicyNON REFUNDABLE/Downloadable Only
RequirementsWindows 7 and Higher; OSX 10.6.8 and Higher
Skill LevelNot a Novice to Computer and Music Technology
Compatible WithLogic 9/X, GB, ProTools, DP, Ableton, FL Studio, Studio One, Cubase, Sonar
AuthorizationAuthorize to 3 Machines - No iLok Dongle Required
WARNINGDoes Not Require Pure Synth!


How to Install Gospel Musicians UVI Sound Libraries

Please follow these instructions below exactly. Do not skip any steps!

1. How to Download Your Library


2. How to Extract RAR Files (Only if it is a .RAR file)

- Download UnRarX Here

- Download WinRar Here


3. How to Extract Zip Files (Only If it is a Zip File)

Visit the Gospel Musicans install page for instructions on how to extract zip files


4. Go to and Create an Account


5. Transfer your License Key to your Account

Your Serial Number is on your invoice and download E-mail.

VERY IMPORTANT: Do not transfer the serial number to your Gospel Musicians ID. Please use your iLok user ID and not your Gospel Musicians login!


6a. How to Transfer License to Your iLok


6b. How to Transfer License from One Machine to Another (Optional)


7. How to Install Sounds

  1. 1.VERY IMPORTANT: Download the NEWEST version of the UVI Player Here. Even if you already have UVI, DOWNLOAD THE NEWEST VERSION!!!!

  2. 2.Decide where you want to put the soundbank which has an extension of .UFS. Ideally, you want to put all of your UVI sounds in the same location 

  3. 3.Click on the Gear icon 

  4. 4.Click on Sound Banks 

  5. 5.Under search path, choose the location where your UVI soundbanks will be located and UVI Workstation will scan for all libraries 

  6. 6.Make sure that you put all of your soundbanks in the same folder. 


8. Installing SoundBanks Reinforcements


9a. Loading Presets into UVI Workstation


9b. Loading/Saving Presets and Multis


10. Getting Started with UVI Workstation


11. Trouble Shooting Guide and Most Frequent Errors:

  1. 1.If you do not see your license show up, then please use the Sync/Repair function in order to refresh your licenses:


  1. 2.You may have forgotten to drag and drop your license to your iLok or your hardrive. 

  2. 3.The .ufs file doesn’t work, because you need to download theNEWEST version of UVI from the website Here!

  3. 4.You have to have your iLok plugged into your computer in order to transfer the license into the iLok.

  4. 5.You accidentally used your GM username, instead of your iLok username when transferring the serial number to your iLok account.

  5. 6.You need to use UnrarX (Mac) or Winrar (Windows) in order to extract .RAR files. You cannot use anything else. You may need to download the newest versions.

12. Loading UVI into Apple Logic