[NAMM] Roland Atelier Combo AT-350C
Roland U.S. introduces the new Atelier Combo AT-350C for the gigging musician.
It is outfitted with a range of organ sounds with Virtual Tone Wheel technology for rock, pop, and jazz, and also voices powered by Roland’s SuperNATURAL technology.
The Atelier Combo sports a traditional double manual configuration, with 49 keys on the upper, and 64 keys on the lower. Optional 20-note or 25-note pedalboards are available for those that choose to kick live bass. An optional keyboard stand KS-G8 is suitable for the Atelier Combo. The Atelier Combo can be broken down into three separate pieces, making it transportable to various performance venues.
The Atelier Combo incorporates a variety of expressive controllers, and is equipped with harmonic bars including a red Solo bar. With D Beam, players can create sound effects or manipulate pitch, filter, and volume using an infrared light beam for dynamic performance on stage. Also, backing tracks can be added with the built-in library of Musical Styles and MIDI- and audio-file playback via USB key, with interactive control.
The Atelier Combo AT-350C is available in three setup configurations to match various performance styles and music genres. You can purchase it as a keyboard-only rig with no pedalboard, with a 20-key PK-7A pedalboard, or with a 25-key PK-25 pedalboard (pedalboards include an integrated expressional pedal). Roland’s amplifiers, such as the SA-1000 or any KC series keyboard amplifier (sold separately), are also available to complement to the Atelier Combo.
For more information on the AT-350C, visit www.RolandConnect.com.
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