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  • buxacienbuxacien

    He died

    Roland VA-7Published on 10/26/14 at 03:29
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    Mine is DEATH. Delade to 10 years, this device seems to have big problems.

    It is not indestructible Mine is without sound.

    see you soon

    USE

    Yes

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    well before failure
  • motarcmotarc

    Roland VA-7Published on 12/08/06 at 02:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Virtual arranger keyboard 61 keys. Gnrateur sound 128 3649 voice and instrument sounds and 116 drum sets, all ditables. Possibility of mmoriser 128 "User-styles". More than 680 styles available all ditables.
    Squenceur 16 tracks
    Multitude of effects: among others: chorus, reverb, delay, EQ, etc.
    3.5 floppy drive and 100MB Zip
    Amp 2x50 watts intgrbr /> Audio interface and MIDI Jack

    UTILIZATION

    Manual of over 250 pages trs explicit
    Editing and sound effects Intuitive
    Basic configuration very easy, only the part squenceur is a bit more complex.

    OVERALL OPINION

    4 years without problem, both in the private than to live music or the beautiful sound of his sound is…
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    Virtual arranger keyboard 61 keys. Gnrateur sound 128 3649 voice and instrument sounds and 116 drum sets, all ditables. Possibility of mmoriser 128 "User-styles". More than 680 styles available all ditables.
    Squenceur 16 tracks
    Multitude of effects: among others: chorus, reverb, delay, EQ, etc.
    3.5 floppy drive and 100MB Zip
    Amp 2x50 watts intgrbr /> Audio interface and MIDI Jack

    UTILIZATION

    Manual of over 250 pages trs explicit
    Editing and sound effects Intuitive
    Basic configuration very easy, only the part squenceur is a bit more complex.

    OVERALL OPINION

    4 years without problem, both in the private than to live music or the beautiful sound of his sound is gnrateur particulirement note (sax and trumpet sounds are rguli rately turn the head to people who want the instrument rel!)
    The keyboard prcedent: A Roland E16
    Report qualitPrix quite correct from the competition
    Ja would do without this choice hsitation.
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  • zogoodzogood

    Still in its place

    Roland VA-7Published on 01/29/11 at 14:56
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    UTILIZATION

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    OVERALL OPINION

    Totally agree with Adristan. This instrument has over 10 years, many advances have been made since on synthesis and yet it retains its place proudly in my set (the VA-7 "accompany" my Nord Stage).
    I just listen on eg AF sounds of the Juno-G. They are mostly very good and more advanced than those of IL-7. But the difference is not large enough to make me want to replace my old friend.
    No sound is mediocre. We will correct the excellent. I've never heard of brass ensembles sounding better to my ears.
    I am not a specialist arrangers. I bought it at the time to simplify my life and streamline the space occupied: no amp, no mixer or monito…
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    UTILIZATION

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    OVERALL OPINION

    Totally agree with Adristan. This instrument has over 10 years, many advances have been made since on synthesis and yet it retains its place proudly in my set (the VA-7 "accompany" my Nord Stage).
    I just listen on eg AF sounds of the Juno-G. They are mostly very good and more advanced than those of IL-7. But the difference is not large enough to make me want to replace my old friend.
    No sound is mediocre. We will correct the excellent. I've never heard of brass ensembles sounding better to my ears.
    I am not a specialist arrangers. I bought it at the time to simplify my life and streamline the space occupied: no amp, no mixer or monitor, you turn and you play with integrated speakers.
    If I had to change today, it would only go to a station offering many more possibilities in audio, arpeggios, patterns, etc., such as a Reason XF.
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  • AdristanAdristan

    Roland VA-7Published on 01/25/11 at 08:41
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    see review below!!

    UTILIZATION

    A bit tedious at first, but there are so many possibilities, 11 years later, I think I have not used the full potential of this monster!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used at home (via m audio firewire 410 for the records) and in concert, sounds are impeccable (and rhodes piano, hammond etc. ...). I tried many different models at the time and I really flashed for VA7.
    With experience, I do it again this choice with your eyes closed ... I remain convinced that this is the best keyboard ever since Arranger
    Just to clarify: Just look at what happens in 10 years to realize that in terms of sound, things have not really changed. The VA7 is strong, powerfu…
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    see review below!!

    UTILIZATION

    A bit tedious at first, but there are so many possibilities, 11 years later, I think I have not used the full potential of this monster!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used at home (via m audio firewire 410 for the records) and in concert, sounds are impeccable (and rhodes piano, hammond etc. ...). I tried many different models at the time and I really flashed for VA7.
    With experience, I do it again this choice with your eyes closed ... I remain convinced that this is the best keyboard ever since Arranger
    Just to clarify: Just look at what happens in 10 years to realize that in terms of sound, things have not really changed. The VA7 is strong, powerful ... I think the price proposed argus is not related to the keyboard or with the market (average price between 800 and 1200 euros for a bone occas now!)
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