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Roland JV-1080

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64-voice polyphony and 16-part multitimbral capability;
448 waveforms and 512 patches;
Four expansion board slots for use with SR-JV80 Wave Expansion Boards;
Built-in reverb, chorus and an EFX set with 40 different effects;
Three pairs of stereo outputs

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      30.09.2000 04:07
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      Currently available for about £500-£600 secondhand and in some cases new this module is excellent value for money. Why?, its still being used in studios today and the sounds the unit is capable of are varied and suited to many styles of music. Expansion capabilites are extensive varying from Orchestral to Vintage Synth. Many 'Dance' type sounds are possible and its suprising easy to program given its small interface. The multi effects section is very usable and adds considerably to the variety of sounds possible. The Korg Trinity is a cleaner sounding instrument but in many styles of music that is not necessarily an advantage. Good Buy at the current price levels.


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