Roland introduced the new C-380 Classic Organ, featuring a two 61-note manual keyboards with tracker action, and a 30-note concave pedalboard.
Equipped with sounds from the Rodgers and Roland digital organ repertoire, each speaking stop of the C-380 controls three alternative voices (Voice Palettes). A range of taste and styles are covered, from the Baroque era to the large romantic organs of the 19th and 20th Centuries. The C-380 contains USER Coupler functions, which combine sounds from a palette of organ and orchestral instruments with the C-380's own stops. This is designed to allow players to create hundreds of different sound combinations and then store them on the organ’s memory pistons.
Organists can also practice on the C-380 by playing along with preset songs that are built into the organ, or with a pre-recorded performance. Also, Divisions (MAN I/MAN II/ Pedal) can be muted or played back with softer volume. And with the headphone output and built-in metronome, players can practice any time.
The cabinet is finished in dark oak, includes a roll top, and is designed to be lightweight and compact.
For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.
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