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Jeremy R 02/13/2007

Roland D-110 : Jeremy R's user review


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Superb connectivity with 8 output jack. Even though my mixer is already saturated ... But when I have 48 tracks and 8 multi effects pros, why not.


Edit enough pests with the small screen, but hey it can go. The use I have is very limited, but nevertheless essential to my compositions.


The drum sounds are suitable for my style of music. Now I record pop songs with his 80 years, I was looking for a battery similar to that of "Eye In The Sky" (Alan Parsons Project). I am still far, but the D-110 is the closest I found. Yet I have heard demos of synthesizers and drum machines before finding the D-110 ...

Other sounds are quite zero, but there are ways to program (what I do with pleasure on my other synths, but not on the D-110).


I saw someone play it 30 seconds in a store so I immediately came to mail a notice to explain my knowledge to the world ...

No seriously, I use it for 2 or 3 months. First thing I did: download the user manual on the Roland site and directly editing the battery (main stereo positioning) to get as close to what I wanted. Now I no longer touch, and it is connected to my MIDI interface, it will be my lot for drums on the songs I record right now.

However, for the toms and cymbals, I use my Roland XP-80. For percussion like congas and bongos, I prefer my Korg 01/WFD. And the rest, it depends on mood.