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Edirol SD-20 Studio Canvas MIDI Sound Module
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The Edirol SD-20 Studio Canvas MIDI sound module is a compact, portable, USB-powered MIDI solution that delivers the right number of sounds and works...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Edirol SD-20 Studio Canvas MIDI sound module is a compact, portable, USB-powered MIDI solution that delivers the right number of sounds and works with your computer -- even older models. The MIDI interface connects to USB or serial ports and its small size makes it easy to hook up and create music anywhere. The Edirol SD-20 includes a 32-part MIDI synthesizer with 64-voice polyphony, 660 preset sounds, and 23 drum sets in GM2/GS, XGlite which provide realistic sounds for all genres from classical to pop. Other features include optical S/PDIF output, reverb and chorus, and a USB cable.
- 32-part, 64-voice polyphony
- Complete studio module including 32-part MIDI synthesizer and 64-voice polyphony for sequencing, karaoke, huge orchestrations, and more
- GM2/MS/XGlite for 660 tones and 23 drum sets
- The standard GM2/GS/XGlite compatible sound selections provide realistic sounds for a variety of music genres
- Optical digital output (S/PDIF) for exceptional MIDI sound quality output not found on other sound modules in its price range
- USB bus powered, adapter-free
- USB connection supplies power as well as data
- Easy connection to computer (serial/USB)
- Tone maps: 3 (classical, contemporary, solo)
- System requirements Macintosh:
- Operating system: Mac OS 8.5, 8.6, 9.x and OS X
- Computer: USB-ready Apple Macintosh
- CPU/clock: PowerPC G3/233MHz or higher
- Memory (RAM): 64MB or more
- OMS 2.3.3 or later, FreeMIDI 1.35 or later
- System requirements Windows:
- Operating system: Microsoft Windows Vista/Me/98/98SE/2000/XP
- Computer: Windows compatible equipped with a USB port (with compatible USB host controller)
- CPU/clock: Pentium processors, 200MHz or higher
- Memory (RAM): 32MB or more
- Dimensions: 8"W x 1-7/16"H x 6-5/16"D
Reviewed by 4 customers
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Roland/Edirol had some great products SC55, SC880, M-GS64 and SC8850. These all sounded great and while some of the interfaces were a little counter-intuitive, general midi was rich and full. Enter the SD20. This module is hard to navigate, and sounds harsh and brittle. Guitars and organs are probably the biggest offenders. In the past I've recorded some awesome tracks on GM modules, but this ain't one of them. Too bad this is the last of Roland SC modules, I would have thought they could have done a lot better. Although not a great GM module, you're better off with a 2020.
portable - simple to use - doesn't get in the way of composing with a vast range of tones - with this you tend to play and create rather than tweak and try out thousands of tones that don't help with the ultimate goal - which is to write or practice your music
This is a nice sounding sound module that works wonderfully as an idea sketchpad when you are working something out musically away from your studio, or when you use software synth plug-ins and want to work outside that environment.
It sounds fine but doesn't pretend to compete with the $800++ software or hardware synths and you shouldn't expect it to for the $$. This is a good handy product for someone who is songwriting and will go to the studio to record with the big boys when ready.
stable and solid - can take being tossed in your laptop bag or kit and perform when you ask it to
Really handy and you can pick one up for not much coin
This synth is a horrible pos. The sounds are laughable. Doesn't handle pitch bend, stutters. Flimsy build quality!
I own it and use it as my back up only. The SD 80 is much nicer, really quality sounds from the SD80. I'm a musician down In Key West Fl. and use my Edirol SD80, and Cakewalk 9.0, for great sounds and composing, Bobby, The Singing MailMan.