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Multipad from Roland belonging to the SPD series.

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  • Roland SPD-8Published on 04/22/05 at 03:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Grand ERRF the 6 spd. for technical data refer to other models is substantially the same.
    8 sensitive pads with sounds excellent. possibility to add pedals for the bass drum and hi-hat, nothing like real drums, but good for those who love the percussion and has no place at home .... I had one for a year of which I am against heart Sparer and frankly, I regret it.
  • Anonymous

    Roland SPD-8Published on 04/03/07 at 03:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Good good good ...

    So. I bought the spd to balance the loops ableton live in concert. So not for its sound Although a sampling session is required, I love the kitsch of the machine!

    Well, at the paramtrage noon, clear, I get the notes I want, I assign live on and hop off you go ...

    I see what to say too much more, for the use that I was fine with me!

    APRS I galre still a bit to fix it on my rack, stand for this kind of instrument worth over 100 euros! Aberrant, I bought the 165 euros OCCAZ spd, I do not want to pay double. So to fix Systm D

    sail for swinging loops live is terrible for throwing one shot drum electro or something like that becomes a hard, even when the pads......
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    Good good good ...

    So. I bought the spd to balance the loops ableton live in concert. So not for its sound Although a sampling session is required, I love the kitsch of the machine!

    Well, at the paramtrage noon, clear, I get the notes I want, I assign live on and hop off you go ...

    I see what to say too much more, for the use that I was fine with me!

    APRS I galre still a bit to fix it on my rack, stand for this kind of instrument worth over 100 euros! Aberrant, I bought the 165 euros OCCAZ spd, I do not want to pay double. So to fix Systm D

    sail for swinging loops live is terrible for throwing one shot drum electro or something like that becomes a hard, even when the pads as super tough. Otherwise, you can buy it if you live in a studio of 10 m2 and if you want a drumkit that p'tite not make any noise with sound 80's style!

    A word ...
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