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A-lex 06/11/2002

Roland D-110 : A-lex's user review

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A nice little 1U Rack, connectivity is impressive (8 analog outputs, and the bike has over 10 years). We are entitled to conventional MIDI In, Out and Through. There is also a memory card slot (which is not found today . Crane was a typed edit buttons over a knob for volume and a headphone jack. His side, the machine is multi-timbral parts + rhythm in 8 and is about Polyphonic 32 channels.

UTILIZATION

The absence of knobs makes setting long and tiring, but the interface is pleasant, even if the LCD could be more great . The manual, in addition to English and have a nice coverage is very comprehensive. It describes the principles of synthesis (linear, like other D-..). Sounds

SOUNDS

plants, although sometimes very good, does not show at all the possibilities of the craft. We must dive into the prog to find you have lots of settings to loud sounds or deep aquifers. It can happen to sound real trance / electro persevering

OVERALL OPINION

Honestly, this is my first synthesizer. I bought 100 €, it dates from 1990 and was impressed by its capabilities. It was the area nothing like that but its value for money is huge!