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Multipad from Roland belonging to the SPD series.

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  • Roland SPD-SPublished on 01/05/07 at 05:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello I'm a drummer for my percussion group,
    I seek desesprement Roland SPD-S used to strengthen my kit
    Thank you
    Katon
  • Roland SPD-SPublished on 01/05/11 at 09:17
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    Blah blah blah ... First the output level is too low, the effects are quite mdiocres the sampler part is very limited and the quality of finish is zero. Ah the good old days of the 90s Octapad ... It c'tait top and the sampling y'avait real samplers!
  • Top for samples!

    Roland SPD-SPublished on 05/23/14 at 04:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Purchased 2010

    Terrible for the supply of additional sounds in percussion and drums.

    Reverb settings

    Opportunity to sample sounds and loops and replay a single keystroke on a pad.

    Really excellent for the stage.

    A very good buy for the price I do it again without hesitation!

    I put it 5 stars because writing no opportunity to do so on this opinion with the usual graphics ???
  • Top for samples!

    Roland SPD-SPublished on 05/23/14 at 04:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Purchased 2010

    Terrible for the supply of additional sounds in percussion and drums.

    Reverb settings

    Opportunity to sample sounds and loops and replay a single keystroke on a pad.

    Really excellent for the stage.

    A very good buy for the price I do it again without hesitation!

    I put it 5 stars because writing no opportunity to do so on this opinion with the usual graphics ???
  • Great

    Roland SPD-SPublished on 07/26/14 at 08:38
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    Absolutely brilliant!
    Possibility to trigger samples and live a well-stocked library of sounds ... what about +!
    This is the top.
  • Perfect for home use

    Roland SPD-SPublished on 05/29/12 at 12:21
    The Roland SPD s is a drum/ sampling pad that is really affordable. It allows you to bring some of your drumming into life in your music without having to go out and pay for a large drum set that will take up a lot of room in your home. This is the perfect tool for a drummer who wants to lay down some great drum patterns and cant afford a real drums set or just doesn’t have room to put it. It is also small enough that you can take it almost anywhere with you and because they are pads and not drums, there is no “real” sound. So you can put some headphones in and start playing and people around you cant hardly hear a thing.

    Set up is really easy, it comes with the ability to play up to......
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    The Roland SPD s is a drum/ sampling pad that is really affordable. It allows you to bring some of your drumming into life in your music without having to go out and pay for a large drum set that will take up a lot of room in your home. This is the perfect tool for a drummer who wants to lay down some great drum patterns and cant afford a real drums set or just doesn’t have room to put it. It is also small enough that you can take it almost anywhere with you and because they are pads and not drums, there is no “real” sound. So you can put some headphones in and start playing and people around you cant hardly hear a thing.

    Set up is really easy, it comes with the ability to play up to 8 different sounds simultaneously on 6 different pads. It comes pre loaded with over 150 different drum sampled sounds that you can use right away and they don’t need much eq’ing.

    The sounds are good, there is even an sequencer right on the device so you don’t have to slave it to another outboard sequencer if you don’t want to. So these means that if you want you can use it as a stand alone device and don’t have to have anything else running it or sequencing what you are playing because it can do it all on its own. It has the ability to import .wav files from your computer (pc or mac).
    Overall, this is perfect for someone like me (who doesn’t have room for a drum set in the apartment). I can lay down some really good drum grooves and record them, then I usually track it out into another sequencer so I can start adding some bass and other instruments to the drum patter that I made with the Roland SPD S. Not to mention that this machine doesn’t cost much either.

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  • Roland SPD-SPublished on 10/24/03 at 08:03
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    Systm percussion multi-pad with compact Sampling in CD quality.
    Simultaneous reading of what the nimporte of 8 sounds from 6 pads and 3 edge dclencheurs
    Up to 360 seconds of 44.1kHz user sampling (90 seconds in fine mode)
    200 forms and 120 forms donde donde user preset play lends
    Squenceur type pattern incorporated with resampling function
    28 multi-effects processing dambiance to add dimension to sounds supplmentaire
    Shape memory expandable donde lintermdiaire of Flash cartesCompact
    Easy mounting on the supports and fixing Systmes traditional batteries
    The SPD-S is a simple and economic solution for adding samples kit percussion or drums. Alternative choice lensemble......
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    Systm percussion multi-pad with compact Sampling in CD quality.
    Simultaneous reading of what the nimporte of 8 sounds from 6 pads and 3 edge dclencheurs
    Up to 360 seconds of 44.1kHz user sampling (90 seconds in fine mode)
    200 forms and 120 forms donde donde user preset play lends
    Squenceur type pattern incorporated with resampling function
    28 multi-effects processing dambiance to add dimension to sounds supplmentaire
    Shape memory expandable donde lintermdiaire of Flash cartesCompact
    Easy mounting on the supports and fixing Systmes traditional batteries
    The SPD-S is a simple and economic solution for adding samples kit percussion or drums. Alternative choice lensemble acoustic sensor / sampler rack, the SPD-S lets you capture samples in CD quality and replay them from its six IMMEDIATE pads or three dclencheurs of edges. It has of course also sound presets and deffets to use IMMEDIATE.

    TRS is a good product for dvelopper his sense of rhythm, sound and support its library.
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    Roland SPD-SPublished on 01/29/04 at 16:13
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    The problem with the SPD-S is that it will soon become the gold standard of "MultiPad" and that I am even more lucky to have one!
    Apart from the absence of direct USB connection and only 8 voice polyphony, nothing can repprocher him under what it offers for its price ...
    IF! Perhaps the absence of a separate output for the kick we like to have sec.
    But hey, who for years have carted racks samplers, who fought with the cables and had come to give up are finally rewarded.
    For others who are new to the electro with this machine: What luck!
    I do not see what could fill me .... one more second ... SPD-S for show?!?!
    I wanted to sleep with, but Madame is very jealous. ...
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    The problem with the SPD-S is that it will soon become the gold standard of "MultiPad" and that I am even more lucky to have one!
    Apart from the absence of direct USB connection and only 8 voice polyphony, nothing can repprocher him under what it offers for its price ...
    IF! Perhaps the absence of a separate output for the kick we like to have sec.
    But hey, who for years have carted racks samplers, who fought with the cables and had come to give up are finally rewarded.
    For others who are new to the electro with this machine: What luck!
    I do not see what could fill me .... one more second ... SPD-S for show?!?!
    I wanted to sleep with, but Madame is very jealous.
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  • Roland SPD-SPublished on 07/15/06 at 16:19
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    I use it for over a year is a reliable, heavy duty, good quality sound of trs, trs implementations fairly simple and friendly, the possibility of multiple edition, but with two big little problem: the time-stretching algorithm is carrment needy (they put a little warning for the "noises" additional) in fact it is often inaudible, and For me the biggest missing: although the "short" squenceur benefitted from a "tap tempo" it does not send or recognize clock, or SMPTE or MIDI clock or MIDI Time Code, the feared serious! thus we can not use samples "in tempo" mode improv, you have to go through something like gnial "Ableton Live" with another module that sends the clock; honnte it for the......
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    I use it for over a year is a reliable, heavy duty, good quality sound of trs, trs implementations fairly simple and friendly, the possibility of multiple edition, but with two big little problem: the time-stretching algorithm is carrment needy (they put a little warning for the "noises" additional) in fact it is often inaudible, and For me the biggest missing: although the "short" squenceur benefitted from a "tap tempo" it does not send or recognize clock, or SMPTE or MIDI clock or MIDI Time Code, the feared serious! thus we can not use samples "in tempo" mode improv, you have to go through something like gnial "Ableton Live" with another module that sends the clock; honnte it for the price, and all fawns, there is no choice;

    Roland Rules!
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  • Roland SPD-SPublished on 04/06/09 at 15:00
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    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- How long have you use it?</span>

    About two years

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- What is the particular feature you like best and least?</span>
    No more endless loads of funk and a micro break. New pad, the compaction load flash that said sample has the computer.
    Robust believe me! I play often in extreme conditions, very hot sun, cold, rain. Well he is still alive! Its ease of use.
    The least ... I want more output, more inputs for other pads, an even longer memory and real effects.

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?</span>

    It is the only one! there is no trick of the same......
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    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- How long have you use it?</span>

    About two years

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- What is the particular feature you like best and least?</span>
    No more endless loads of funk and a micro break. New pad, the compaction load flash that said sample has the computer.
    Robust believe me! I play often in extreme conditions, very hot sun, cold, rain. Well he is still alive! Its ease of use.
    The least ... I want more output, more inputs for other pads, an even longer memory and real effects.

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?</span>

    It is the only one! there is no trick of the same kind

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- How do you report qualitprix?</span>

    Excellent!

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- How do you report qualitprix?</span>

    Ben very good for it is the only of its kind
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