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Roland Integra-7
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«  Great tool »

Published on 03/08/14 at 13:33
Master pattern XS6 or oasys 76 keyboard. Interface the Yamaha UX16. 6000 sounds ...!
All Roland sounds in the box ...
I also use it with a wind controller such akai ewi 4000 s

UTILIZATION

Relatively clear and easy but it is essential to the iPad screen to set or screen PC or Mac (I have the iPad with the free application ... It's really well done)
Without the additional screen editing sounds is very heavy and impractical
Ome stability problems between the iPad and lintegra (GST in GST it wins despite the wired connection)

SOUNDS

Supernatural sounds are great, especially the strings and synthesizer (in large numbers)
The integrated 3-dimensional spatial system is awesome and worth it.
The guitars are amazing.
Winds are a little below (except flutes), especially the sax (it's not sample modeling ...)

OVERALL OPINION

18 months.
For the pleasure of having the choice between thousands of sounds and space it is worth it.
The set is super pro and robust
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