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Roland BK-7m
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Roland BK-7m

Sound Module from Roland .

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" good value"

Roland BK-7mPublished on 11/28/14 at 02:58
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Phew ... what the hell all these questions ... How's ... a package, I would say too much. We get lost. If we want to try anything, it spends a month.

Is it rackable? It seems to me to be very small rack, but why not? A good handyman can go buy the angle of 10 bolts of thirteen, a black and decker drill percussion and fabricate an unlikely thing for Racker!

Via a midi utility ??? Fuck! I am a musician, not a computer. For computer music, I hired a guy from work. Not that I give a damn about spending hours of screen time ... now that I'm bored to write here. I have contracts! No time!

What connection? Ben then? Huh? There's anything like holes to connect the son? Two jack inputs,......
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Phew ... what the hell all these questions ... How's ... a package, I would say too much. We get lost. If we want to try anything, it spends a month.

Is it rackable? It seems to me to be very small rack, but why not? A good handyman can go buy the angle of 10 bolts of thirteen, a black and decker drill percussion and fabricate an unlikely thing for Racker!

Via a midi utility ??? Fuck! I am a musician, not a computer. For computer music, I hired a guy from work. Not that I give a damn about spending hours of screen time ... now that I'm bored to write here. I have contracts! No time!

What connection? Ben then? Huh? There's anything like holes to connect the son? Two jack inputs, two jack outputs, input / output midi ... a power supply, a trick for the video (I like to watch a porn movie playing on stage! It me crazy fishing!) Usb input a similar output but in the other direction ... and perhaps other holes I do not know what for but it is on, the device is a female.

UTILIZATION

Is the configuration simple?
Well when turned on the first time, it is very pretty this light with shiny and classy black beast. We feel the taste brought in achieving this plastic box it is important not to fall down.
It's pretty simple..un bit boring to call programs using the wheel. When you're on stage, you have to fill the time to search programs.
Manouel Is it clear? This is the Portuguese, as usual! You open it because it's good and you closes 30 seconds after saying you "damn, I could do it forever!"

you plug your accordion and presto, it recognizes ... that hat! (Or twelve o'clock your guitar or your flute recorder midi ...)

SOUNDS

Sounds? It's not bad for the price! It's even pro. We bought this thing to troubleshoot a Ketron failed. It is far, far from being a Ketron, but it's clean, correct, and it can really help. To be in case of failure of the arranger. That's it.

Reverbs ... blah.

Accordions: really cool.

Guitars: Harg! go your way

Keyboards: Yes!

The saxes and brass ... ouch!

Violins: Ouinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

Batteries: Mhouais ... not folichon. But for the price, it's good. It is true that after playing four years with a Ketron, it was not the hair that stand! A review.

It is realistic anyway.

Velocity also. That's good.

OVERALL OPINION

6 months of use! We bought audya4 who departed two days later because it's a gas plant. We bought a Ketron ... It's full of bugs, but there was a device that sends wood!

I tried other models, but then I had no choice! It fails on Friday and we play Saturday and Sunday. We took the first MIDI arranger that was lying in the region.

What I like most: Mashed! Fortunately he was there! He completed his work. That's good. Really, for the price, it was worth his money. But there is much better and much more expensive too.

Good value for money!

Is choice I would do ??? Yes.

Conclusion. Honestly, it's a good machine. It's small, discreet, with lots of buttons and sounds, rhythms and nice tablecloths. For a first device, that's good. To really make the tea dance or variety, you must type above! I'm still unhappy when the thing starts and I hear the accompaniment of pop standard that I used to play. But also, it's like if I had a nice Audi and I buy a Skoda or Renaud or Peugeot or Citroen.

Good music at all !!!
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" great instrument"

Roland BK-7mPublished on 09/18/14 at 13:54
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twelve o'clock impeccable connectivity, solid, full of styles on a USB key added

UTILIZATION

general config is very easy especially for wizzard noon.
The manual is very explicit. sounds do not edit themselves.

SOUNDS

effects are effective, the sounds are good, not all realistic (including sax)
I prefer tablecloths, acoustic and electric pianos, organs and accordions

OVERALL OPINION

I used it four months and I went to BK9.
I always bought a remake Roland, I had RA50, RA90, G800, G1000, G70.
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" not ideal for a pianist"

Roland BK-7mPublished on 09/02/13 at 07:07
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I normally play with an arranger keyboard and then I fell in love with the piano Roland RD 700 NX. I was thinking of doing an interesting assembly. I was faced with a problem of access, not practical to have these commands on the other side of the keyboard. Then, access to performance through the wheel is not ideal while playing. use without preparing its performance is virtually impossible, the device is a little frozen. I think the use of an accordion is easier. Side arrangement and sounds, it's okay but it's not good sounds Audya. Finally I think it is fair to say that it did not suit me BK7 soyonx but seriously, for value for money, hard to beat.

UTILIZATION

No, it seems that the......
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I normally play with an arranger keyboard and then I fell in love with the piano Roland RD 700 NX. I was thinking of doing an interesting assembly. I was faced with a problem of access, not practical to have these commands on the other side of the keyboard. Then, access to performance through the wheel is not ideal while playing. use without preparing its performance is virtually impossible, the device is a little frozen. I think the use of an accordion is easier. Side arrangement and sounds, it's okay but it's not good sounds Audya. Finally I think it is fair to say that it did not suit me BK7 soyonx but seriously, for value for money, hard to beat.

UTILIZATION

No, it seems that the use case with a dedicated aplli improves well
the manual is as much, not very clear. Luckily there is a site where a roland accordion appointed Mr. Nello gives very good advice

SOUNDS

for my taste the sounds are not realistic (I said to my taste) as it is not impossible that we are too accustomed to certain sounds

OVERALL OPINION

I kept it a month, I played with Audya
good value for money
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" super"

Roland BK-7mPublished on 08/20/13 at 01:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
but not very compact rack model (21 to 29.7)
connectivity noon audio
Roland all possible styles, USB port for more opportunities to infinity

UTILIZATION

configuration and simple manual
very functional and easy to use

SOUNDS

Sampled sounds incredible truths including piano and sax

OVERALL OPINION

I have it acquired to replace my Solton MS40, I use it for entertainment.
I remake that choice without worries.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: BK-7m
  • Category: Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 01/15/2011

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Other names: bk7m, bk 7 m, bk7 m

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