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Roland SC-D70

Sound Module from Roland .

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Roland SC-D70Published on 03/16/05 at 08:30
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Expander half-rack
USB audio and MIDI interface
Frq. 44.1 and 48 KHz
Driver WDM and ASIO
Over 1,600 sounds and 27 drum kits, internal effects ...
Editable through the GSAE (software edition Edirol)
No extension possible.
Instrument Mic in front (6.35)
Line I / O (2) lines Cinch plate "OR"
I / O numriques (opt. and coax.) S / PDIF
USB connector

UTILIZATION

This expander is really trs simple to use, no fuss useless ...
The amount of sound is imprssionante! We find all the classic Roland (JV SERIES, first generation of XP, and although the D50 sr machines and other legendary Roland!) Having had a JV880, by comparison, sound is much more "pchu" on the SC-D.
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Expander half-rack
USB audio and MIDI interface
Frq. 44.1 and 48 KHz
Driver WDM and ASIO
Over 1,600 sounds and 27 drum kits, internal effects ...
Editable through the GSAE (software edition Edirol)
No extension possible.
Instrument Mic in front (6.35)
Line I / O (2) lines Cinch plate "OR"
I / O numriques (opt. and coax.) S / PDIF
USB connector

UTILIZATION

This expander is really trs simple to use, no fuss useless ...
The amount of sound is imprssionante! We find all the classic Roland (JV SERIES, first generation of XP, and although the D50 sr machines and other legendary Roland!) Having had a JV880, by comparison, sound is much more "pchu" on the SC-D.
An interface vritable Audio / MIDI expander +, which allows to use only the expander for the home studio if you will, as you can find all you need to couraging good arrangements. I would call "the Swiss Army knife of Roland"
The number of I / O of any kind is also very practical, not to mention the quality converters enough to make good catches (Obviously it's not ...)

SOUNDS

I would say that the sounds may agree all styles of music so there!
The effects are basic but good quality.
The sounds I prfre?? low (especially synthetic), the strings, electric piano ... and drums!

OVERALL OPINION

I used 3 years .. first one, then I bought a deuxime!
What I like most is this ct "make music and do not worry about the expander." Under QBASE, it is placed in SC88 pro in the manager and it Up!
With the purchase, he silent about 4000/5000 francs ... ct given the price of a JV or XP (must say he makes less sound hack ct) but considering what price it is sold in time, well worth the cost! !
Obviously, given the current offer in terms of synth expander ... it is a bit Largu but can serve as trs "Swiss knife" in a studio. Good quick schemes ...
I think in the same situation and offers the era, I hsiter that choice without referrer!
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: SC-D70
  • Category: Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 04/26/2002

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