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Roland XP-50

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Overall 8
8.0

" Always interesting opportunity (for those who love the hardware). "

petitsynthe, Audiofanzine
9 October 2012
  • Excerpt: The touch is very light and relatively noisy if you type fast on the keys (little resistance). One EFX (applicable to only one sound), unlike reverb and chorus / delay (applicable to 16 parts multitimbral Assayable)
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Overall 10
10

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Alternatif93, Audiofanzine
15 January 2011
  • Excerpt: Already said. UTILIZATION General configuration not complicated, hence the ease of editing sounds. French manual and clear.
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Overall 4
4.0

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mangalore, Audiofanzine
25 December 2009
  • Excerpt: October 5 Wheel pitch / mod joystick roland koi lack of separate output connectors otherwise ok Edit Program / perf off but display nase: visual notes gymnastics
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Overall 10
10

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FP User, Audiofanzine
31 October 2008
  • Excerpt: A 16 track midi sequencer is usually adequate for most situations. However the XP is best when used as a soundsource...or even a scratch pad that is sync'ed up to a more capable sequencer...whether that be one of many capable DAW/software program combo out today (Fruity Loops, Reason, Pro-Tools)or a hardware sequencer/sampler (MPC series, MV, even the slept on MC-909) One helpful feature is the RPS function, which allows you to trigger a created phrase on the fly at the...
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Overall 10
10

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FP User, Audiofanzine
31 October 2008
  • Excerpt: As a sound module nothing is missing, there are some filters, effects, etc. on it, but you have to go thu menues and mess with numerical values, which takes a lot of time, so that would b nice to have it made easyer. Sequencer on it is a bit*h to use, i had it for 8 months and i still havent figuerd out how to compose a song of more than one part, but i dont use the sequencer at all.
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Overall 10
10

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Bernix, Audiofanzine
4 July 2005
  • Excerpt: Synth Workstation that can not find the gal in the jungle of synths in the same catgories especially when the price (used Obviously as it no longer produced!).
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Overall 8
8.0

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tonton joe, Audiofanzine
9 December 2004
  • Excerpt: There's the bare minimum, see .... 5 octave keyboard, 64 voices polyphony, 500 patches plude, floppy drive, squenceur, some effects (of which only a few audible ....), not to mention the possibility of extension of sound cards: A workstation sympatoche!
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Overall 8
8.0

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jmabate, Audiofanzine
29 October 2004
  • Excerpt: The XP-50 is a good synthtiseur, good sound gnrateur (64 voice polyphony), trs good squenceur 16 tracks (MRC Pro), 61-key keyboard is clean, the connectors ( output, midi in / out / thru, PDAL expression) complte, 4 extensions possible with maps of the SR-JV80 SERIES (01 19) and the unit is robust.
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Overall 10
10

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Tit Eric, Audiofanzine
12 February 2004
  • Excerpt: The technical data are available on the General page as well as other notices. Nothing to add.
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Overall 10
10

" Roland XP-50 "

MGR/G. Steffee, Audiofanzine
31 January 2002
  • Excerpt: purchased at local music store for less than $3000 including stand and Peavy amp I've been using my roland for several years now, both as a studio and teaching instrument and transporting to gigs. I've never had any problem with its performance - even though students and transportation can be rough on it! It's reliable and has more features than I could ever begin to use! I love it.
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