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Roland SR-JV80-15 Special EFX
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spritnoirr2 spritnoirr2
Publié le 11/11/06 à 18:56
Brand: Roland ...
A map: SR-JV80-15 Special EFX ...
More than 10 years ahead!

While I remain committed fan and in love with Roland. This card you it was strange at the time, is still one of the efficassité are subjec of this trademark.

I agree totally my lords, at first glance this little critter should fully with sound effects and ambient sounds of a movie ...

But no! It fits really with modern music. Take for example Timbaland (HipHop huge composer), he managed to bring out the noise, a feeling. What emerges in us expresses a very specific purpose, the groove. These compounds are Essenciel comosées noise, extremely well exploited musically, which give rise to a trail.

This card is in its very concept énormisime!

Well before the great fashion and other Korg Triton Yamaha Motif rack ect. Roland felt the groove noise! That's what this card comes to the backgrounds of others!

The sound quality is impressive, breathtaking dynamics, the possibility of unlimited exploitation and creating unlimited.

Every source we want to compose a prod. So the quality is good and off the beaten track.

It does not sound like the fashionable samplers and drum machines in vogue. Tapper and Precut Sound! Roland grain to the old that can remmettre the taste of the day in any electronic music.

Given the current enthusiasm for his music and the sound card that offers big sound and heavy in the beats!

Coupled with an effect module type DP4 + or even an Akai S950 sampler ASR10 or it becomes really a centerpiece in the expander.
What about sound? Indeed it is difficult to impose criteria to noise. Of course the quality is indégnablement Exenlente!

After ... A short list is required:
_ Atmosphere parks, cities, nature ...
_ Atmosphere factory, mechanical, welding, machine ...
_ Atmosphere of war, army, bullet, missile explosions ...
_ Zany atmosphere, great blue, space, desert, wind ...
_ Atmosphere accident, crash, broken glass, sirens ...
_ Atmosphere strange resonance, saturation, echo ...
_ And many more ...

_ The kick is huge, a foot giant crashed for example ...
_ The snares sublime, the feeling that 60 people tappent simultaneously on a metal plate ...
_ The melodies have a headache ... a note, a sound, some agreements and disagreements ...

And other sensitive but indescribable emotions ...

This card is so rare it is worth its weight in gold!!
I use it since August 2006 and really hesitate to call it tellemnt I'm afraid of being "too" modern in my compos ... But damn it can add the groove!

Even if the purchase remains high, its price / quality ratio is necessarily good. I can only advise you, is trying to adopt!

My criteria (original) rating:

=> The concept of the card 5 / 5, 10 years to admit that the noise is a music ... It's huge.

=> Sound quality 5 / 5, perfect rendering, and dynamic stereo.

=> The choice of sounds 5 / 5, varied, and different fat.

=> The musical sounds 5 / 5, What nerve to dare to make noise in octaves, not samples! We play really noise, it's great.
When the noise becomes a magical song to the late 2000 ...
Roland had already realized for 10 years ...

Very good sound investment! ;-)

SpritNoirr.
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