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Joesses Joesses

« Perfect sound, bad multiparts usage, only 1 part at the time or it crashes »

Published on 06/26/15 at 00:49
Value For Money : Correct
Audience: Advanced Users

Supernatural sound quality is perfect, i like it a lot!

I got it with the expectation to have some 2 or 3 instruments playing along with me when playing piano.
The sound get chopped up in small pcs and swallowed, because polyphony is too small, when having more than 1 part selected from all 16.
Only 1 supernatural instrument can be used at the time, when I asked for support on Roland USA website, they just closed the question without even answering,
i hope there will be some update or improvement in the future

polyphony is so small, is there any upgrade chip?

I do not understand we have dualcore - quadcore - octacore Full HD, but a polyphony of only 128 ??? That is a true shame!

if you decide to buy it, it is good for the studio, and the sounds are nice.
if you plan to use it live it will be very frustrating to you

But there is no better soundmodule out there for now!
i hope roland will learn from there mistake

friendly regards to all fellow musicians
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