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  • tomy58000tomy58000

    Very good synthesizer

    Roland GW-7Published on 01/21/14 at 12:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very good hit, several very nice effects, connectors mid, usb sequence .... very easy to use, lots of realistic sounds such as piano (all kinds)

    UTILIZATION

    Simple general use, the manual is very simple (booklet) ability to record sounds directly playable on single key presses on the prerecorded

    OVERALL OPINION

    I ais less than a month, but I'm really happy, the + is its simplicity while having a very good synth, not least, the price seen nothing wrong, I do not regret this purchase , as + + + + + +
  • stompboxjonstompboxjon

    pop music

    Roland GW-7Published on 05/20/12 at 22:38
    The Roland GW 7 is a very good workstation that is geared more towards people that create “pop” music. But I have heard it used in so many different types of music its ridiculous. Im so familiar with this board I can point out sounds when I hear them in a song and pretty much tell you it came from the Roland GW line. The sounds are different and unique, they arent copy cat sounds that a lot of other boards have. The sound developers spent a little more time trying to be different with this board. But since they say its for more of a pop musician than I guess it is. But to me it can be used for whatever, just the sounds are brighter pop sounds so if you are into whipping out those pop chords…
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    The Roland GW 7 is a very good workstation that is geared more towards people that create “pop” music. But I have heard it used in so many different types of music its ridiculous. Im so familiar with this board I can point out sounds when I hear them in a song and pretty much tell you it came from the Roland GW line. The sounds are different and unique, they arent copy cat sounds that a lot of other boards have. The sound developers spent a little more time trying to be different with this board. But since they say its for more of a pop musician than I guess it is. But to me it can be used for whatever, just the sounds are brighter pop sounds so if you are into whipping out those pop chords this will be right up your alley for sure.


    UTILIZATION

    Using the Roland GW 7 is very easy to understand, they made it that way on purpose probably because of all the issues that they get when the other boards roland has come out. Most of those are so difficult to understand, right off the bat you will be able to use this and start making music and put the manual down.


    OVERALL OPINION

    The sounds are good, depending on what type of sounds you like, as I said the sounds are more pop like and could be used in some electronic type music, but I wouldn’t look at this board if you are into jazz or anything like that. Its just not for you then, but if you want nice bright sounds than this will go great with your collection.

    Overall, I do like the Roland GW 7 very much, just wish it wasn’t geared only toward pop music. Some of the synths are just too light and airy for me, I need more thick sounds. Im not really a pop producer so, but im sure if I was I would love the GW 7.
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  • uttraonuttraon

    Good value for money

    Roland GW-7Published on 05/20/12 at 07:03
    Characteristics : refer to the official Roland documentation

    UTILIZATION

    To edit a sound : there are 2 knobs to tweak around
    As far as effects are concerned, well, it's not as straightforward. I have to go through the function menu to play with effects.
    However, the manual is quite clear and easy to understand.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The keyboard velocity is rather difficult to master.
    The sounds are nice, but some of them (especially the organs) are not as good as the ones on my 20 year-old Yamaha PSR-4500.
    I got mine second hand for 200 euros. I think it is a good value for money. Knowing what i know now, i will make the same choice. As for the price, better value for money…
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    Characteristics : refer to the official Roland documentation

    UTILIZATION

    To edit a sound : there are 2 knobs to tweak around
    As far as effects are concerned, well, it's not as straightforward. I have to go through the function menu to play with effects.
    However, the manual is quite clear and easy to understand.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The keyboard velocity is rather difficult to master.
    The sounds are nice, but some of them (especially the organs) are not as good as the ones on my 20 year-old Yamaha PSR-4500.
    I got mine second hand for 200 euros. I think it is a good value for money. Knowing what i know now, i will make the same choice. As for the price, better value for money is hard to find.

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  • lionelb74lionelb74

    Roland GW-7Published on 05/29/05 at 08:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Arranger 5 octaves
    MIDI, USB (for transfer song and styles)
    800 110 styles sounds Sounds are lgrement ditables
    effect section

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use

    OVERALL OPINION

    Cool
  • clownstoryclownstory

    Roland GW-7Published on 09/01/06 at 13:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's a workstation 6 ocatves can connect midi keyboard can be connected to a computer with the USB (which is very convenient not to lose the compositions or sequences registered)
    This keyboard has more than 850 editable sounds, 110 styles there is a section of 48 effects (chorus, reverb distortion, delay ...)
    The sequencer is 16 tracks it is easy to use and make music a finite fos levels sound good (I use the sequencer to compose mainly)

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is fairly simple.
    Sound editing is very simple if we know the synth effects are quite sympatic the distortion are well made and can also be modified with analogue dials and D. Beam (lazer) which increas…
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    It's a workstation 6 ocatves can connect midi keyboard can be connected to a computer with the USB (which is very convenient not to lose the compositions or sequences registered)
    This keyboard has more than 850 editable sounds, 110 styles there is a section of 48 effects (chorus, reverb distortion, delay ...)
    The sequencer is 16 tracks it is easy to use and make music a finite fos levels sound good (I use the sequencer to compose mainly)

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is fairly simple.
    Sound editing is very simple if we know the synth effects are quite sympatic the distortion are well made and can also be modified with analogue dials and D. Beam (lazer) which increases the game's really very useful!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just bought this keyboard two weeks ago to complete my equipment I use a Yamaha S03 and also that very well. the GW7 is fine if you want to play on stage and also to work very well at home. what made me buy this keyboard sequencer is its ease of use versatile performance of its clean and beautiful. I commendam this keyboard on a € 495 thomann nine is incredible value for money when the market generally is found at 600 €!
    I do not regret buying this keyboard because I spend my days on it so I'm very satisfied
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  • Rtf-modelismeRtf-modelisme

    Roland GW-7Published on 07/09/07 at 07:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    To see in the descriptions manufacturer

    UTILIZATION

    Super easy to use except for the part sequencer. Registration is totally confusing compared to a PC sequencer.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hello everyone.
    The Roland GW7 is perfect, but a bigger screen for the sequencer would have been welcome.
    I come from the PC and I composed on sequencers, I had all my tracks on one screen, and there I am a bit lost temporally to quickly find a specific point x.
    Other than that, it is well designed and sounds with the combined effects are entirely satisfactory.
  • rastaman vribationrastaman vribation

    Roland GW-7Published on 08/10/08 at 11:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Already said

    UTILIZATION

    It is a compact keyboard! Very nice to use!
    The screen is just be a bit small especially to use the sequencer!

    It has a small party of his synth or lédtion is feasible but it is very light!

    The manual is helpful in the beginning but the keyboard is easy and pleasant to use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a little over a year and I am sastisfait!
    The +: sound quality is amazing!
    The -: The sequencer is difficult to use ... Very very bad!

    I bought a 300 ocaz and I am delighted with the quality / price ratio!
    I do it again this choice without Soucila!
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    Already said

    UTILIZATION

    It is a compact keyboard! Very nice to use!
    The screen is just be a bit small especially to use the sequencer!

    It has a small party of his synth or lédtion is feasible but it is very light!

    The manual is helpful in the beginning but the keyboard is easy and pleasant to use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a little over a year and I am sastisfait!
    The +: sound quality is amazing!
    The -: The sequencer is difficult to use ... Very very bad!

    I bought a 300 ocaz and I am delighted with the quality / price ratio!
    I do it again this choice without Soucila!
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