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« Roland RA-30 Tongenerator Soundmodule Desktopversion Realtime-Arranger aus 1995. Made in Japan »

Published on 10/27/20 at 03:42
Value For Money : Excellent
Audience: Anyone
Drumset, Bass und Begleitinstrumente!
Tongenerator Soundmodule Synthesizer.
Beim Anblick von Soundmodulen habe ich mich schon immer gefragt, wie man so viel Technik in ein so kleines Gehäuse packen kann. Und wenn die eigentliche Elektronik lediglich den Raum eines halben Schuhkartons belegt, dann muss im Inneren der entsprechenden Keyboard-Version logischerweise gähnende Leere herrschen – und das ist tatsächlich sehr häufig der Fall. Auch das RA30 von Roland ist so kompakt, dass man ihm auf den ersten Blick nicht unbedingt zutraut, eine solche Soundqualität und Vielfalt zu bieten, wie sie der Blick in die technischen Daten offenbart: Das Modul strotzt nur so vor Sounds und Styles.
Das Roland RA30 hat einen für diese Preiskategorie (bis 100€ (2020)) guten Grundsound.
Die Drums klingen wirklich druckvoll und sind mit ausschlaggebend für den guten Sound der Styles. Bei ihm handelt es sich um einen sehr gut klingenden Arranger im Mini-Format, der sich blitzschnell in vorhandene MIDI-Umgebungen einbinden lässt.
Guter Gesamtsound, schnelle Einbindung ins MIDI-Setup, leicht und kompakt!

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