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Roland SC-88

Sound Module from Roland

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RégisRégis

Roland SC-88Published on 09/16/05 at 16:09
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Rackmount model with a kit as 9.5 inches wide
over a thousand sounds, more kits simplistic drums and effects such as reverb and chorus and delay
sounds are ditables. there is no editor I know ddi
Connectivity:
L + R audio output and RCA L + R mix directly from the output via a trim. This connection can be INTERESTED to him who has no table or mix is ​​limited by the dernire.
PM: 2x in, or an out / thru a midi switchable in front, but in this case in the Ariri does not work. 2x16 or MIDI input channels, trs apprciable, we can make mga bands
a mini jack for headphones
a push button is used to send a note, when you practice is no keyboard and want to test the sound
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Rackmount model with a kit as 9.5 inches wide
over a thousand sounds, more kits simplistic drums and effects such as reverb and chorus and delay
sounds are ditables. there is no editor I know ddi
Connectivity:
L + R audio output and RCA L + R mix directly from the output via a trim. This connection can be INTERESTED to him who has no table or mix is ​​limited by the dernire.
PM: 2x in, or an out / thru a midi switchable in front, but in this case in the Ariri does not work. 2x16 or MIDI input channels, trs apprciable, we can make mga bands
a mini jack for headphones
a push button is used to send a note, when you practice is no keyboard and want to test the sound

UTILIZATION

Intuitive as usual, with no surprises c'st Roland, good, ok the buttons are small.
the effect modifiers are easy to ACCS even they are few
edition of the sounds is a bit more complicated tjrs because the buttons are small.

We feel that the beast is made to this

the manual is in French hyper Retailer implmentation especially in the afternoon. dveloppeurs for a publisher, it's all good.

gs mode is pretty boring because propitaire, not compatible with tjrs midi Outdoor
trs souvnt must send a message init GS sysex finally good

SOUNDS

The sound is fabulous, of Roland, not loaded effect. All standards are in roland.
Despite the years pass and she still sounds as well.
they have not before. we never tire of it.
the expresion is good, we are dealing a brand that mastering the subject

my sound prfres are certainly the classic electric pianos like rhodes hummmm, sounds like mini moog and other lead, tablecloths, voices, sounds, synths. All these sounds are usable rev, and sounds kind sitar, etc. ..
however the guitars are cradosses, brass type sax also better for the trumpets.

not really ever convinced me guitar

kits batteries are really typical of the brand, type TR

OVERALL OPINION

1995 or 1996 I do not know, I got it new, and I do not regret my purchase tjrs. pity she has no usb as a portable and sc88 on vacation and hop!
I tried yamaha expander and innovation, but not see, machine sounds dirty or too incomplete
I remember the era have found much. the era that I Navais roland d20
c'tait again if the same era, I refeai the choices mm
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NonolepianoNonolepiano

Roland SC-88Published on 03/30/08 at 12:48
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Format Battard half rack unit 1.5, difficult to Racker
654 sound effects quality roland
2 MIDI IN

UTILIZATION

Simple RAS

SOUNDS

The sounds have nothing to do with the little brothers or SC50 SC55
Of course we find all of these machines but also a selection of some of the roland sounds SR-JV80
Accordions beautiful, better than the XP-80, fun for tablecloths organs ect ...
An expander serious not to be taken lightly

OVERALL OPINION

I sell it today because I went to the Fantom X6 and V-Synth, but it made me super service yet I had next to a Korg 01W, an Alesis QSR, an Akai Sampler S3000XL, a Roland D550 , a Roland JD800, a Roland XP-80, a Roland A-90Ex, a Yamaha Motif...
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Format Battard half rack unit 1.5, difficult to Racker
654 sound effects quality roland
2 MIDI IN

UTILIZATION

Simple RAS

SOUNDS

The sounds have nothing to do with the little brothers or SC50 SC55
Of course we find all of these machines but also a selection of some of the roland sounds SR-JV80
Accordions beautiful, better than the XP-80, fun for tablecloths organs ect ...
An expander serious not to be taken lightly

OVERALL OPINION

I sell it today because I went to the Fantom X6 and V-Synth, but it made me super service yet I had next to a Korg 01W, an Alesis QSR, an Akai Sampler S3000XL, a Roland D550 , a Roland JD800, a Roland XP-80, a Roland A-90Ex, a Yamaha Motif 8, Korg T3 a, an Ensoniq VFX, well despite all that, some sounds from the SC-88 took me out of many galleys. ..
You really have a Fantom X6 to part with it ...
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: SC-88
  • Category: Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 05/31/2002

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Other names: sc 88, sc88, sound canvas sc88, soundcanvassc88, soundcanvas sc 88

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