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Patch/Program Bank from Roland belonging to the SRX series.

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  • A variety of keyboard.

    Roland SRX-07 Ultimate KeysPublished on 03/14/12 at 07:07
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    Used for 7 years, she played in my Fantom S-61. I have the 3/4 of the SRX. It brings together the most classic keyboards. Pianos, electric pianos, organs, clavs, basses, synths but also guitars, saxes and drum kits. I especially like the number and variety of sounds whose expressiveness can have fun. The price / quality ratio is good.
    With experience, I would do this choice that adds many keyboards of all kinds.
    The link to give an idea of ​​the sounds:
    https://www.rolandus.com/flash/demos/srx/index.html
  • Good but not great

    Roland SRX-07 Ultimate KeysPublished on 03/08/12 at 02:09
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    The map is derived from several SRX07 cards SRJV (already filled in an earlier opinion) and is oriented pop / rock with pianos, electric pianos (Rhodes, Wurlitzer, many organ (hammond, vox, farfisa ...) and vintage synthesizer (moog , juno, jupider, ARP, Oberheim, ...), Mellotron, bass guitars and some batteries.
    https://www.rolandus.com/flash/demos/srx/srx_demo.html
    http://www.synthmania.com/srx-07.htm
    My first impression is a slight disappointment when the quality of sound. The overall volume is low (like most of the JV) and most of the sounds is a bit cramped. Some sounds are detached (better scale) and the volume between each patch may change significantly (note the ears at......
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    The map is derived from several SRX07 cards SRJV (already filled in an earlier opinion) and is oriented pop / rock with pianos, electric pianos (Rhodes, Wurlitzer, many organ (hammond, vox, farfisa ...) and vintage synthesizer (moog , juno, jupider, ARP, Oberheim, ...), Mellotron, bass guitars and some batteries.
    https://www.rolandus.com/flash/demos/srx/srx_demo.html
    http://www.synthmania.com/srx-07.htm
    My first impression is a slight disappointment when the quality of sound. The overall volume is low (like most of the JV) and most of the sounds is a bit cramped. Some sounds are detached (better scale) and the volume between each patch may change significantly (note the ears at high volume). I also note an imbalance left hand / right hand on some presets (including Mellotron, organ), that the bass sound is very low compared to acute.
    On output, a tube preamp or a plugin allows you to add a good density (so we can tweak them upward) and qualibrage is ready for use in a mix (EQ, ...)
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    The pianos are correct for a mix, but far behind the SRX11 (preferred for solos)
    The electric pianos lack of punch and depth but are also correct (SRX12 for solos)
    The organ is not bad and even some very well
    The synth, very (too) many, are generally good. Some presets are monophonic (moog), as the originals. Fortunately, the Mellotron is not limited to 8s!
    The synth bass is successful, and deep bass well reproduced (the SH101 sounds really good)
    Bass guitars are not really terrible, and sorely lacks punch.
    The batteries are almost crappy and sound worse than on SRJV!
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    Too bad Roland is simply a compilation of map out JV and has not developed a true keyboard vintage new card.
    Finally, I would have preferred a smaller amount (800 waveform, I think) for enhanced depth of sound. Nevertheless all sounds good vintage sounds and reproduce well the analog, sustained notes like some time-varying (moog, ...).
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    Finally, although patches are similar, the amount to find what suits us and I recommend inflating sounds with some things out (preamp, delay, reverb).
    This card fits well or live in a mix.
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  • Roland SRX-07 Ultimate KeysPublished on 01/24/03 at 06:54
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    The SRX-07 contains all forms donde expansion cards 04 SR-JV80 Vintage Synth, SR-JV80 08 Keyboards of th 60s & 70s and SR-JV80 10 Bass & 87 drums donde forms of SR-JV80 Session 09 and 13 of the SR-JV80 03 Piano for a total of 860 forms Donder and 475 new patches. Patches original SR-JV80 04/08/10 are included on the CD ROM accompanying the SRX-07.

    At first glance, this card does not seem to bring new spectacular compared to the internal sounds of the XV. However, it is idalie for sound designers who like to program their synth! The bass and organ are trs good quality kits rhythms are certainly worse than the SRX-01 Dynamic Drum trs but they sound live. DEFINITIONS In this card is well......
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    The SRX-07 contains all forms donde expansion cards 04 SR-JV80 Vintage Synth, SR-JV80 08 Keyboards of th 60s & 70s and SR-JV80 10 Bass & 87 drums donde forms of SR-JV80 Session 09 and 13 of the SR-JV80 03 Piano for a total of 860 forms Donder and 475 new patches. Patches original SR-JV80 04/08/10 are included on the CD ROM accompanying the SRX-07.

    At first glance, this card does not seem to bring new spectacular compared to the internal sounds of the XV. However, it is idalie for sound designers who like to program their synth! The bass and organ are trs good quality kits rhythms are certainly worse than the SRX-01 Dynamic Drum trs but they sound live. DEFINITIONS In this card is well suited for the game on scne.

    Pros:
    Trs many forms donde programming
    Bass, rhythm kits, rhodes and organs in good qualitbr />
    Points ngatifs
    The rhythm of the card kits are a little BCLS: indeed, he nont not the dynamics of the SRX-01 (evolution of the sound from the strike force) so that all forms donde couraging for the opration is available on the card. We must reprogram ourselves even kits for this rsultat.
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  • Roland SRX-07 Ultimate KeysPublished on 12/09/05 at 01:04
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    I use it recently.

    The pros: this card possde many patch prs employment (regardless prs 400). The organ sounds and sounds not good quality Varis (blues, funk, techno synth bass sounds ...), the deep, dynamic and punchy (although fat too careful speakers!). There are also sounds of electric pianos (Rhodes, Wurlitzer) Varis enough. Leads and pad sounds are their office, what a toffe components in a wide range of styles all of the same ...
    Keyboards "funky" is slammin and the body: a Russianness! (S. Wonder Superstition example.
    The electric bass sounds are average but that's normal I got, I play with a real bass player so I think about is relative ca. The acoustic bass sounds (bass)......
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    I use it recently.

    The pros: this card possde many patch prs employment (regardless prs 400). The organ sounds and sounds not good quality Varis (blues, funk, techno synth bass sounds ...), the deep, dynamic and punchy (although fat too careful speakers!). There are also sounds of electric pianos (Rhodes, Wurlitzer) Varis enough. Leads and pad sounds are their office, what a toffe components in a wide range of styles all of the same ...
    Keyboards "funky" is slammin and the body: a Russianness! (S. Wonder Superstition example.
    The electric bass sounds are average but that's normal I got, I play with a real bass player so I think about is relative ca. The acoustic bass sounds (bass) are fucking on the other hand.
    The - The map possde sounds batteries (drum kits) that I find trslgers! I know that Roland is the "gnrationnel" in intgrant in its new products of "antiques" aurra yet we could do without because the SRX-01 "Dynamic drums" the fact trs well!

    I know Roland products because I practiced for 15 years prs (D50, XP50, JV80, MC50mkII, MC307-303-505-2080 JV1080, XV2020), I practiced a lot of sound card library of the SR-JV-xx.

    I think it's a good map because of its proposed variation on keyboards (Hammond organ genre, funk keyboards, electric pianos, synth bass, leads, ground ...), also their quality Integrates quickly and their ability in a compound / arrangement. There's almost no need to touch the sounds in the mix.

    The ratio Q / P is INTERESTED in this map because there are many sounds can be used directly without digging the head and this in a wide range of musical style funk, house, drum & bass, techno, jazz, fusion, R & B .
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  • Roland SRX-07 Ultimate KeysPublished on 12/23/06 at 01:29
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    - How long have you use it?
    I use it for a little over a month.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Plus: The sounds ALL used directly, the choice (over 450) diverse, quality, real plug'n play. The least ... um may be the cost but hey, we still 3 cards in whole SRJV (+ excerpts from two others) ... This explains it ... Another small annoyance, I had to upgrade my XV30-80 to accept to read more than 128 sounds on the map ... It takes about 30 minutes to do ... It is relatively stressful ...

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    I have the EXB-PCM in vintage Korg Triton on a rack. Roland was able to play on diversity. Pads, bass, leads, organ and......
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    - How long have you use it?
    I use it for a little over a month.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Plus: The sounds ALL used directly, the choice (over 450) diverse, quality, real plug'n play. The least ... um may be the cost but hey, we still 3 cards in whole SRJV (+ excerpts from two others) ... This explains it ... Another small annoyance, I had to upgrade my XV30-80 to accept to read more than 128 sounds on the map ... It takes about 30 minutes to do ... It is relatively stressful ...

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    I have the EXB-PCM in vintage Korg Triton on a rack. Roland was able to play on diversity. Pads, bass, leads, organ and clav others are all represented while in this very korg lead (sounds less & less diversity). Korg has gone about things very acidic while Roland is rather party on péchus sounds, round (or for some fat).

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Q / P very high (€ 190 bought on ebay in the United States, including postage ...)

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    Yes, worry-free ...
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  • Roland SRX-07 Ultimate KeysPublished on 01/31/07 at 03:05
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    - How long have you use it?
    Last night! I am giving a notice in a while ...

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The Hammonds & Co., E-Piano and bass are great. Sounds "vintage" goods are not always used or trs Varis but there is great programming ... The few patches from the Session SRJV are not bad especially trs DIFFERENT Fantom presets (especially guitars) ... For against the rhythm kits are void of even the presets are better Fantom!

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    I had a SRJV-10 Bass & Drums so I really wanted to find the bass that I use and no nasty surprises: the essence is there and the new programming patches makes them even......
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    - How long have you use it?
    Last night! I am giving a notice in a while ...

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The Hammonds & Co., E-Piano and bass are great. Sounds "vintage" goods are not always used or trs Varis but there is great programming ... The few patches from the Session SRJV are not bad especially trs DIFFERENT Fantom presets (especially guitars) ... For against the rhythm kits are void of even the presets are better Fantom!

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    I had a SRJV-10 Bass & Drums so I really wanted to find the bass that I use and no nasty surprises: the essence is there and the new programming patches makes them even more alive. I miss some patches rcuprer on the CD supplied with the card ...

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    Good!

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
    Yes. I was afraid that the sound is too diffrent of SRJV and finally a sound similar if not better (as patches) ...
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