Connectors: MIDI In A, B In, Out / Thru
Output 1 (L / R) Output 2 (L / R)
Consumption: 15w 240v
Display: LED 3 x 3 segments characters
The M-GS64 is the version of clbre 1U SC-88 Roland. Polyphonic 64 voices and 32 multitimbral parts, it can aisment meet even the most complex orchestrations. The M-GS64 includes 654 patches and 24 rhythm sets including sets of effects spciaux complete. He repeated all the musical give GM / GS trade because it is fully compatible with both formats. You can edit its custom settings such as filter, envelope and vibrato, while 256 patches and rhythm sets can be deus stock memory. It includes numriques same effects, 8 reverb types, 8 chorus types, 10 types of delay and a two-band equalizer. A combination of flexible particulirement out with two pairs of output Stereo output allows an assignment for each part. This is perfect for not treating a single instrument, like drums, with other external effects.
Question sounds, is that the M-GS64 has a old can! Since 1996 some sounds may have a DMods! It contains such important acoustic sounds like piano, guitar sche, flute, ect ... For the rhythm, it's the same, it contains a lot of acoustic sounds and ethnic sounds.
For the artificial sounds is the M-GS64 Exceeds We find some sounds of TR606, TR808, TR78 ... The sheets are not too mals, soft and pretty "fine"!
For my part I have been using 96, it has aged, it is on, but it still holds the road shuffled with other devices! For some it may be acoustic sounds interresting, dpend all the music we made! In its time it's the best silent SERIES, and the same format! Other taient: M-SE1, M-OC1, M-VS1, M-DC1.
I think I will be a few more years!