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Roland JV-90
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Roland JV-90

Digital Synth from Roland belonging to the JV series.

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Calou2000 Calou2000
Published on 10/25/11 at 00:24
For specifications, see above.
Small drawback: polyphony and multitimbral limited. No GM bank.

UTILIZATION

Editing sounds: we have seen more simple (but this is mainly due to the small size of the screen).

SOUNDS

The best sounds are the pads. For acoustic sounds: piano bof, strings not bad, very well in the bass (cellos and double basses), acoustic guitar well, pretty wood, brass bof, percu well, organ hum, TB pads, I added a card extension where the sound quality is better (I needed harpsichord, accordion ...

OVERALL OPINION

Been used for 94 or 95.
For the time, the sounds were very satisfactory, more pros than GM expander base (or SC55 roland yamaha MU50, eg).
The sounds have a very broad spectrum (beautiful pads, often heard at the time for that matter).
No memory of the price at which I bought.
He accompanied me for a while, without technical problems (except a few buttons and recalcitrant deviennet that need support as a brute to activate), and I even used as a master keyboard (less than 10 kg, is significant).
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