Roland M-VS1 Vintage Synth
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Roland M-VS1 Vintage Synth

M-VS1 Vintage Synth, Sound Module from Roland.

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Shamk 04/20/2004

Roland M-VS1 Vintage Synth : Shamk's user review

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Expander output in 1996, 1U rack cards dclinaisont SRJV80, Vintage Synth card here!

Type: Synth /
Synthesis Type: Digital

Polyphony:
Max: 28
Typical in use: 20

Multi-timbral (number of shares): 8
Controllers: none
Number of FX units: 3
Number of different effects: 8 +3
Drum Section:
Number of Drum Kits: 8
Number of Drum sounds: 100
Can send on simultaneous MIDI channels 8
Responds to: velocity, aftertouch
Patches: 255
Performances: 17
Inputs and Outputs:
Number of Audio Outs (EXCLUDING Phones): 2
Number of MIDI Outs (EXCLUDING Through): 1
Number of MIDI Ins: 1

UTILIZATION

Operation is simple and the edition is only possible by Emagic SoundDiver, the manual is in fact very little use, it served me for orders that PC!

SOUNDS

Ahhhh there it is the sound it sounds great! This is exactly the map SRJV80 vintage synth in a module, so if you do not eat DSIR to the polyphony of your JV, take the expander, you clamp happy! Mine had the original (bought used) a slight noise dt probably offset the output audio, but it was just for a little titil!

OVERALL OPINION

I had it for 2 years prs, and c the only one expander that I regret, because of its simplicity and its sound, I even p VAIT well buy one! Its only drawback is the number of audio outputs (2 ).... default if there is his little brother home akai (https://fr.audiofanzine.com/services/petites_annonces/affpa.php?id=177027&idproduit=11913), which has roughly the same style ....