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G.jourdain G.jourdain

«  good but not finished »

Published on 04/26/14 at 12:00
I bought this rack because it was 20 years roland in a box.
full of sounds, effects, RAS ...
perfect connection; usb, midi, SPDIF and analog.
the problem starts with the soft editing.

UTILIZATION

the configue is easy if you want to play sounds.
manual is average ... reasoning nipon! not mine
and back again the question angry!
editing is on ipad. I ... but not stable.

SOUNDS

sounds ..; perfect ... there is everything .., may be too!
top ... top .. and for the most part.

pianos, violins, brass, synths, tablecloths ... and company,., we find happiness.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two months;
I know to be ready all that exists to this day.
have, it is useful sustainably.
it was not the "finesse and power of my korg kronos x, but it has the palette allows to have fun without taking cabbage.

pure Finally, the big downside is the edition;
not stable; MIDI leaving us without knowing why the ipad!!
iPad cheche that connection!
not finish this app.
damage.
but I keep it because ... 20 years ... roland
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