Roland JV-1080
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strobo 11/16/2003

Roland JV-1080 : strobo's user review

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MODEL Rack.
512 sounds in rpart / performance plus preset drum kits and sounds for the GM MIDI compatibility.
All is ditable is a synth and there are dozens of utilities and patches on the Internet.
The extensions are available, through the famous SR-JV cards that offer exceptional quality in a gnral.
Connectivity is fairly standard, with multiple outputs.

UTILIZATION

I just waded in for the beginners edition, but the doc is to help.
The manual is clear but trs technique which makes me say that no one n'achte JV1080 sound module as its first otherwise they will use that 5% of its potential so custom settings are use of knowledge in synthe srieuses and audio.

SOUNDS

The sounds are typical Roland. Some say they sound "cheap", Bontempi limit. I never t agree to connatre other brands. The high quality of Roland's is to have a diversity that I do not know any other dpend of Medical Treatments and inflicted derrire. Difficult to really "dirty", but in modern music and with the opportunities we have now (plugin, sampling, audio processing), I think the old legends of the Triqui no longer instead of being evokes.

The bass is nice trs, the sheets are incredible purity and fill the space like no other (I also have a yamaha AN1X and wades ct ...), organs are the most beautiful I heard on a synth and sounds are all gnral quality of THE PIANO except that I find appalling ...

The drum kits and dpannent well diversified. As for effects, I only regret that no one from outside to use them for something else so some are worth dtour ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year, bought second-hand 500 euros in a perfect state (thank you my dealer;)). I love simply because I have to admit that I have long rvais this synth and I had the opportunity to work on it again with happiness ...
I know many other models and the 1080 is really a REFERENCE since it has almost everything.

I would do without this choice problem.