Ok, a little help please. The matter is quite simple, but it requires a bit of an explanation.
I used to have a Roland XP-80 with four expansion boards; among them, my favorite was the SR-JV80-05, "World" - and one of my favorite patches was 146 (C32), "Cymbalom". Cymbalom is the Hungarian name for the big hammer dulcimer which is widespread in all the balkan countries, and one of my absolute favorite instruments in the world.
I don't have the XP-80, anymore, but I have an Integra-7; since the Integra has all the SRX boards inside, and since I knew that the SRX-09 card is an aggregate of three JV boards (World, Asia, and Latin), I was pretty sure to find the "Cymbalon" patch there.
But when I opened the list of patches for the SRX-09 board, I discovered that the SRX-09 did NOT have all the patches from the "World" card. And sure enough, "Cymbalon" was among the victims.
Now, I have had a look at the waveform list for the JV board, and there is no wave called Cymbalom - so I'm hopeful that that patch was made combining samples from other instruments. It was mastefully, done, though; both the sound and playability were great.
I could recreate something quite similar by memory, and experimenting with various waveforms - but it would be a bit tedious and time-consuming. There are dozens of similar waves on the SRX card!
Sooooo.... in case some kind soul still has the SR-JV80-05 "World" board installed somewhere, and could check any parameter that could help me rebuild the "Cymbalon" patch on my Integra - how many tones, names of waveform used, tone balance, filters, etc. - I'd be very, very, very grateful.
(The irony is that I still *have* a "World" board, but no instrument in which to install it. And buying a whole instrument just for checking the parameters of one sound doesn't sound right)
Many thanks in advance to anybody who could help!