Roland introduces the E-A7 arranger keyboard
Roland adds to its catalog the new E-A7 61-note arranger keyboard, which offers over 1,500 voices and many quick access controls for live use.
Features of this new Roland E-A7 arranger keyboard
- 61 velocity sensitive keys
- 128 voices of polyphony
- Over 1,500 tones, 100+ drum kits, GM2 compatible sounds included
- 256 user voices and 128 user drum kits
- Ability to store 50 favorite tones
- Intelligent melody feature
- 4 keyboard parts and 16 song parts
- Over 600 styles and unlimited user styles on internal memory and USB flash drive ; style edit and compose feature
- Play SMF, KAR, MP3, WAV, MP3+CDG files, Track Mute option for the SMF and Styles, Center Cancel for MP3 and WAV, automatic chord detection for SMF, lyrics display for SMF, KAR and MP3
- WAV 16-bit / 44.1 kHz recorder
- Demo song
- Effect section with 8 types of reverb, 8 types of chorus, 84 types of multiFX, master EQ with 6 presets and a user memory, master compressor with 6 presets and user memory, 6 types of reverb and 2 types of delay as input effect
- Over 500 user programs
- Sampler/sample import in WAV 16-bit / 44.1 kHz format, 128 MB expansion memory, 512 samples, multisample feature, ability to export to USB flash memory
- 3 scale memories and equal temperament
- 6 trigger pads and Stop Pad to launch/stop phrases and sounds
- 7 assignable switches and 6 sliders
- Assignable wheel
- Assignable control pedal
- 2 LCD 160 x 160 backlit displays
- 1/4” headphone output
- 1/4” L/Mono and R outputs
- 1/8” aux input
- 1/4” R and L/Mono or mic inputs
- Inputs for hold, expression and control pedals
- MIDI in and out
- USB port for memory
- USB MIDI port for computer connection
- 2x 10 cm / 12 W speakers
- Dimensions: 1,045 x 318 x 136 mm
- Weight : 7.9 kg
Full details of this new Roland E-A7 are available at www.rolandus.com.
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