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Roland EM-55 61-Key Interactive Keyboard
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This compact, 5-octave keyboard is crammed with thousands of top-quality Roland sounds, hundreds of music styles, and an onboard sound system. Sessio...Click To Read More About This Product
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Pro features in a versatile, totally portable package!
This compact, 5-octave keyboard is crammed with thousands of top-quality Roland sounds, hundreds of music styles, and an onboard sound system. Session Partner Pads trigger live phrases and a D-Beam controller comes with 50 ready-to-use templates. Create cool DJ mixes using DJ Pads with 64 realtime phrases. Interactive games make learning fun.
- 61-note, velocity-sensitive keyboard
- 64-voice/32-part multitimbral sound engine with 3,641 tones and 116 drum kits
- Up to 128 onboard musical styles (64 on ROM, 64 via floppy disk)
- Helpful Music Setup Assistant with setup templates for 100 popular songs
- Light-sensing D-Beam with with preset templates for controlling various functions
- New Session Partner Pads for triggering phrases and muting parts
- Create cool DJ mixes using DJ Pads with 64 realtime phrases
- 16-track song recorder to record performances or load Standard MIDI files
- Guess the Tone and Guess the Chord games help students learn music in a fun and interactive way
- Built-in stereo sound
- 3.5" floppy disk drive for importing new sounds, patches, MIDI files, etc.
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I'm buying one next week... it's like buying a Roland VA3... but MUCH cheaper! Over 3500 sounds!! 116 drums including V drums! WOW!!
This unit not only doesn't support patch editing, the midi clock is way, way off. Also, it possesses very little flexibility. Furthermore, it's safe to say that midi controls, through the use of Sony's Acid and Fruity Loops is a total nightmare. To say the most about this unit: "steer clear", if you are a solid, professional musician.Oh, and good luck trying to turn the onboard spearkers off.