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All user reviews for the Roland SD-35

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Dieg03/24/2006

Dieg's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland SD-35
MIDI sequencer.

UTILIZATION

Easy to use.
Midi sounds good.
Manuel Clair.

SOUNDS

I find the sound quality for the South.

OVERALL OPINION

I use the SD35 for 1994/1995 roughly since the date of sorti.Il still works and I do not plaindre.C me is really good stuff to era and holds the road well .
tom7512/04/2003

tom75's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland SD-35
Expander pos flat just over 20cm of space!
over 200 sound format 9 GM drum kits, with the effects of type chorus, dlais, reverbs
all ditable via a pc
audio input for adding an external instrument (and possibility of internal effects bnficier)
MIDI IN and OUT + MIDI IN supplmentaire in faade
audio out STREO
floppy drive to read midi files (attention all the midi files are not read! see the manual to record the correct format!)

in brief: very complete

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration
limited edition but it is not what is asked
the manual is very clear

SOUNDS

The sounds are well made a little "older" but very easy to use speed dial to any one model, the effects are very effective for this type of machine

organs are fabulous, the piano a little "cheap" but they s'intgrent very well in a mix (very important!)

the rest of the sound is perfectly fine and the batteries sound better than a JV1080!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years
I love his cot very compact
its very low weight
functionality rather tense (multi 16 votes, 32 voice poly, 228 sounds at all and weighs 500 grams!)
an object indispensable when I'm on stage and when I want to read midi file!
also essential for someone who wants a lot of sounds to dial direct access very quickly without having to make the program.