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Roland BK-3
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Keyboard Arranger from Roland belonging to the BK series.

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  • vincekb69vincekb69

    a nice surprise

    Roland BK-3Published on 01/26/13 at 15:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    61-key
    effect section provided very
    only one audio output
    I / O noon, USB host and device
    many sounds, well documented and edited in performance
    no sequencer but you can register two seconds to capture "the idea of ​​the century"

    UTILIZATION

    we understand the machine quickly enough despite moults menus and submenus, it is clear through the front quite sober and well organized;
    sound editing easy. All settings can be stored in front performance (unlimited number as on usb), it can mutate one or more parties, store levels, effects (one per perf.) there is a parametric equalizer three band each sound (main and dual)
    You can create lists of performance to infinity ... a…
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    61-key
    effect section provided very
    only one audio output
    I / O noon, USB host and device
    many sounds, well documented and edited in performance
    no sequencer but you can register two seconds to capture "the idea of ​​the century"

    UTILIZATION

    we understand the machine quickly enough despite moults menus and submenus, it is clear through the front quite sober and well organized;
    sound editing easy. All settings can be stored in front performance (unlimited number as on usb), it can mutate one or more parties, store levels, effects (one per perf.) there is a parametric equalizer three band each sound (main and dual)
    You can create lists of performance to infinity ... almost.
    A flat for anglophobes ... not (yet) manual in French packaging, or in PDF at Mr Roland! Please correct.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two days.
    my last was a juno di synthesizer, which frankly does not get much better overall level of sampling sounds. In any case, much less friendly live.
    j 'like the weight, not too side dashboard Boeing arranger, sound quality in general, except for the fact that Wurly in the name, but it is not a North ...
    The styles are many, very well made though too often provided for my taste (fortunately, I can mutate that hurts my sensitive ears ...) and although not editable, they correspond to the use I want to do. I love the progression of 4 variations with 4 intros / endings different (the first one always measure the same agreement, and then progressively richer and longer following the intros), suddenly there is always master of the machine ... this is what is asked.
    Detail a little cheap in this price range: one headphone / line ... Mr Roland, it comes down to how much additional card? it is not nearly € 2 ...
    Well, overall, this is a very well thought out, that makes you want to play right away (it is also the smallest of things)
    I would do it without hesitation choiw.
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