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Roland VS-880 EX
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Roland VS-880 EX

Digital Multrack-studio from Roland belonging to the VS series.

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suburbanguitarhick suburbanguitarhick

« dont get it »

Published on 10/27/13 at 04:22
i learned how to use the older vs 880vx expanded model. and after finally getting to know the ins and outs of that one, i bout the 880ex so that i could link my two machines together. well i had no prob linking them, there isnt enough info on how to use them this way. what dissapointed me the most is that the 880ex is a completely different machine. i basically had to learn how to do things with the new machine that i had already mastered on the old system. the vx expanded had the three different mixing modes. the 880ex uses this color coded mixer routing stuff . orange , red, and green. (i am red green color blind!!!!) hello. i basically need to get an identical vs 880vx expanded and sell the ex because it is not an 880 it just shares the name. what a rip!

UTILIZATION

no!
no!

SOUNDS

yes
Yes

OVERALL OPINION

nothing, it is not the same machine as the rest of its family.
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