Roland sonic Cell
Roland sonic Cell
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Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 7 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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Velhon's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland sonic Cell
- Sound module
- 128-voice polyphony
- Over 700 sounds, including acoustic and electro, the vintage
- Audio interface sub (= numrique recording!), With between auxioliaire stro
- Editor PC via USB
- Multi-effects (a 50ne)


The module can be used without PC, which is what I do just to play, select the patch as it really easy with a few buttons faade.

Edition for thorough mixing, LFO, effect, VLOC mapping on the keyboard, balance of four tones constituting a patch etc etc etc, better be well done utility trs, trs complete and intuitive .

The manual is generally trs good, even if sometimes a lack of dtail (eg pseudo-FM, said poorly I think).


The sounds are excellent, I use mainly acoustic, strings, guitars Scheer, organ, piano, there are many choices and high quality trs: Deutsche guitars are simply sublime for some ( expressiveness bluffing), there's also heavy in the trs organs (the large pipe is duly carrment), some of the pianos are terrible as well (the ultimate high is my prfr) , there's also the lead synthse (in samples Obviously, this is a ROMpler), there's the possible modulation via LFO particular.
The multi effect is provided trs, trs complete, and a great quality trs your exact trs trs is always good in terms of quality.

Everything is Settings, the VLOC min and max for each tone (4 tones for a patch), the keyboard part for each tone, curves, effects, short, for a ROMpler can paramtr many many things, but if you do not want, we can well do without trs.


I took this unit two months ago, as a source dedicates to acoustic sounds, and I'm not, if I need a cathedral organ, a flamenco guitar, a piano concert of brilliant, or a set of pizzicato strings, I always finds its ultimate for me.
The other main advantage of this ROMpler is a digital audio interface: it records directly though the usb in numrique without problem analog (cblage, wind etc), and one can connect a Stereo source, so recording a plug-in also numrique. For my part I have plugged my Nord Modular G2 engine, suddenly I have a recording platform numrique really practical to make the recording of good quality trs trs.
If I had the choice again, I would resume the MODEL as it is extremely comprehensive, trs trs a good quality in the bottom as in form, and it is a production tool alone.