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Roland R-70
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Roland R-70

Drum Machine from Roland belonging to the R series.

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Roland R-70Published on 02/11/05 at 08:23
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Still sounds good dmodsdun ism and super top quality. We use the most in our house and techno songs.
Lon find the kits of all tr606 TR909 TR808 editable and assignable to pads of the bote pace.
It looks very much like the 808 for kicks and cymbals. Its rverbe and chorus are good quality trs.
Changing sounds is limited even when (attack sustain high, pan ...), but you can get big sound with a lap.
Aside from the house can make him play funk or RnB.
Its programming is in my opinion squenceur complex. It's better with the User squenceur or an external computer.
Its MIDI capabilities are simple and effective.
Finally a machine numrique good height, which deal with groove-box...…
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Still sounds good dmodsdun ism and super top quality. We use the most in our house and techno songs.
Lon find the kits of all tr606 TR909 TR808 editable and assignable to pads of the bote pace.
It looks very much like the 808 for kicks and cymbals. Its rverbe and chorus are good quality trs.
Changing sounds is limited even when (attack sustain high, pan ...), but you can get big sound with a lap.
Aside from the house can make him play funk or RnB.
Its programming is in my opinion squenceur complex. It's better with the User squenceur or an external computer.
Its MIDI capabilities are simple and effective.
Finally a machine numrique good height, which deal with groove-box possde of samples of good quality suprieure.
I prfre to R8 and seen its market price EST trs a good deal.

UTILIZATION

A complex can

SOUNDS

In the top of the pav.

OVERALL OPINION

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le belgicainle belgicain

Roland R-70Published on 03/24/08 at 13:12
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Super SOLID machine and well finished (roland what!), Midi in-out, sensitive pads.
one of the first with a way of humanizing the games.

UTILIZATION

Ras.

SOUNDS

How many sounds? about 300 with low to forget for the rest of the quality is to go, very good kits 808 and 909, all with a good potato, and two separate outputs assignable.

it has two effects section worthy of the best fisher price effects, to forget too.
For my part, I find the sequenseur easy to use design It is true that initially the interface with two lines of information, is a fair bit, but once you understand the principle, it is simple and effective. (Style predefined quantization, swing, etc ...)

OVERALL...
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Super SOLID machine and well finished (roland what!), Midi in-out, sensitive pads.
one of the first with a way of humanizing the games.

UTILIZATION

Ras.

SOUNDS

How many sounds? about 300 with low to forget for the rest of the quality is to go, very good kits 808 and 909, all with a good potato, and two separate outputs assignable.

it has two effects section worthy of the best fisher price effects, to forget too.
For my part, I find the sequenseur easy to use design It is true that initially the interface with two lines of information, is a fair bit, but once you understand the principle, it is simple and effective. (Style predefined quantization, swing, etc ...)

OVERALL OPINION

Finally, I used a boss 550mk2, a TR707, a er1, an old yamaha (?), The R70, and a 303 (love!)
I use it for a year in addition to a very 707.la certainly has more than 707 fishing, but the roundness of the R70 is welcome.
Cool hip-hop, techno, and 80 sounds, it contains more great African style, and samba! a good little short BAR

I like the least .... the screen too small!
very good value for money (buy there one year, with good price;)
this choice I would do without problems, it replaces no cares, full bar
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: R-70
  • Series: R
  • Category: Drum Machines
  • Added in our database on: 05/27/2003

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Other names: r 70, r70

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