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Roland Integra-7
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Fred160656 Fred160656

«  Could do better »

Published on 08/05/13 at 22:08
Synth with over 6000 sounds
SuperNATURAL technology with 'Behavior Modeling' generating acoustic sounds with expressive and joints
Powerful generator synth sounds SuperNATURAL reproducing thick analog sound make and vintage filters
SuperNATURAL drum sounds from the Roland V-Drums modules
Essential sound library of SRX with all the 12 SRX
Equalizer and multi-purpose dedicated to each of the 16 games plus six sets COMP + EQ and battery parameters 'Ambience' for drum kits SuperNATURAL processor
Technology 'Motional Surround' innovative to 17 parts for stereo output, headphone and speaker (5.1 channel)
Applications INTEGRA-7 Editor 'for iPad and' Motional Surround VSTi Editor 'for SONAR

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is fairly well done, but for me the big downside is the lack of PC editor. In effect Roland has developed a minimalist editor on iOS (the SuperNatural Acoustic part is not preventable).
After several months of waiting Roland finally released an editor on Mac but apparently will not develop PC editor which for me is a gross error of strategy, as the publisher is not essential for keyboard workstations equipped many controls, but the sound editing on an expander such as Integra-7 sound editing without the help of an editor is particularly painful pretty quickly.
This is a big disappointment for me as not being able to quickly adapt to the use of my controller wind (AKAI EWI 4000S) traffic in the menu through the LCD turns fatal.

SOUNDS

The sample set is so huge that it was hard to even walk around there are still a lot of duplicates see similar sounds or just a setting has been changed.
Using a powerful editor that expander could very well become the ultimate weapon for users of wind controllers (WX or EWI) the SuperNatural Acoustic sounds are stunning realism that is all the more frustrating unable to adapt to the game of woodwind in the absence of PC editor.
The expression could be fabulous if it were possible to easily edit MIDI controllers it may be possible with the Mac editor but unfortunately not for PC users.
The effects are also very effective and especially different for each MIDI channel which is an improvement over the old expanders brand and other brands.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this unit for 4 months and I am more disappointed with the policy and strategy of Roland by Integra-7 itself. Equipped with a real editor (PC) This module could be a real killer unfortunately Roland seems to think that only Mac owners deserve an editor PCistes appreciate.

So to conclude for users AKAI EWI Wind Controllers and YAMAHA WX or go your way and you turn deaf rather reliable values ​​Yamaha MOTIF RACK XS and especially Roland Fantom XR (with banks Mr Patchman) shame Roland mistake as some category of their customers
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