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Roland VP-70
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Roland VP-70

Vocal Processor from Roland .

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Roland VP-70Publié le 07/11/03 à 10:36
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The VP70 is an old-school digital harmonizer rack. We can combine up to four voices. The effects obtained are pais chorus of voices to duck. There is a vocoder with a mode between noon for keyboard control. It's not really the sound of vocoder rv especially since it is a long enough time limit between the input and output of sound. Trs annoying on a battery for example!

You enter either XLR jacks either. The unit is Stereo, which allows for more complex effects.

It is likely that a publisher has plans to include the antique in its list of programmable machines ... but I do not know.

UTILIZATION

The edition is going from page to page in edit mode. It does not go away but trs......
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The VP70 is an old-school digital harmonizer rack. We can combine up to four voices. The effects obtained are pais chorus of voices to duck. There is a vocoder with a mode between noon for keyboard control. It's not really the sound of vocoder rv especially since it is a long enough time limit between the input and output of sound. Trs annoying on a battery for example!

You enter either XLR jacks either. The unit is Stereo, which allows for more complex effects.

It is likely that a publisher has plans to include the antique in its list of programmable machines ... but I do not know.

UTILIZATION

The edition is going from page to page in edit mode. It does not go away but trs quickly get what we wanted. The textbooks of this era taient pretty good (sometimes too didactic but ...)

SOUND QUALITY

This machine blows a lot. The delay on the chorus is a wound ... but the registry changes exprimentales, it still holds the road. This has pretty good saturation. We must therefore know what you want to do with this machine. It leaves no room for improvisation.

OVERALL OPINION

This is a machine that I bought around 1990, when I started electronic music. I wanted to make a vocoder kratwerk ... Hlas! Rponse of the manufacturers have long t! Today, unless you find a cheap, machine trs date and cumbersome (in depth). Do j'achterai again this thing? Pffff! You do not remake history. But if I am flying (of grace, not ...), I do not think I Precipitation Occurred on.
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: VP-70
  • Category: Vocal Processors
  • Added in our database on: 05/28/2003

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