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Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1992
Studio Series Roland D110 Voice Cards
Super sleuth Simon Sanders finds himself hot on the trail of cool sounds for the Roland D110. Prime suspect: Valhala.
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Dec 1984
Roland Mother System
Roland's innovative MIDI set-up; Mother Keyboard, Planet-P piano voice module, Planet-S synth module, and the impressive Super Jupiter... an in-depth test.
Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1993
Roland JV880 Synth Module
Review | The Mix, Dec 1994
High polyphony synth module
Review | Music Technology, Jan 1990
ROLAND CM32L, CM32P, CM64 & LAPC1 Sound Modules
Roland's CM32L, CM32P, CM64 and LAPC1 modules are a selection of their more familiar expanders re-configured and re-packaged with the computer synthesist in mind. Modulating with Ian Waugh.
Review | Music Technology, Sep 1988
Roland's MT32 LA synth expander proved so popular with pro musicians, the company had trouble explaining that it was aimed at the domestic market. Now Thomas Clement test-drives the professionals' LA expander.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1988
The Expanded Expander
Here it is - the professional version MT32 complete with separate voice outputs, built-in reverb and hardly any noise. Martin Russ looks at Roland’s new studio-oriented rackmount LA synthesizer.
Review | Music Technology, Jun 1993
It’s more than just a rackmountable version of the JD-800, but just exactly how much more you’ll have to ask Ian Waugh to find out. A flagship is the ship aboard which the commander of the fleet is quartered, by the way - so look out for portraits of the Roland Board Of Directors on the back panel
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1992
Multitimbral Synthesiser Module
Take a JV80, add 8, subtract 61...
Review | One Two Testing, Oct 1984
mother keyboard and baby modules
Review | In Tune, Dec 1984
Plus MIDI MKS-30 and MKS-10
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1984
A new prestige keyboard line-up that fuses traditional modular synthesis concepts with the latest interface technology. The complete system surveyed by Dan Goldstein.
Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1987
Hot foot from the BMF, hard-working Martin Russ brings us his review of this innocent-looking multitimbral LA expander which packs many of the features of Roland's D-50 synthesizer, including onboard digital reverb, but with the added bonus of 28 sampled drum sounds!
Review | Music Technology, Oct 1987
Multitimbral Synth Expander
The latest box out of the Roland stable to incorporate the D50's L/A synthesis. Simon Trask examines how a multitimbral expander designed with the home organ market in mind will find its way into pro studios.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1988
If you own an MT32 then you really should be using a computer-based voice editing program to make the most of its facilities. Martin Russ compares three possible contenders for your money from Tigress Designs, Dr T and Steinberg.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1986
Synthesist Ian Boddy leaves off from recording his latest independent album to inform us of the merits of MIDI expander modules such as the Planet-S.
Review | Music Technology, Jan 1989
What is 1¾" high, has 31 voices, plays the piano, vibraphone and sax, and has its own library? Simon Trask checks out Roland's latest PCM sample module.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1989
Do you like sampled instrument sounds, but hate all of that tedious disk loading, looping and general messing about? Then you'll love Roland's new U110 sample player. Paul Ireson takes it for a spin.
Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1990
Roland’s Computer Music range
Martin Russ looks at the evolution of Roland's approach to computers in music, culminating in their latest CM products.
Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Feb 1990
Not only did Roland's Super Jupiter make a worthy replacement for the Jupiter 8, it is still a sought-after instrument today, as Steve Howell is happy to report.
Review | Micro Music, Jun/Jul 1989
Roland's U-110 is proving to be one of the most popular expanders this year. Darrin Williamson finds out why
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Feature | Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design | Sound On Sound, Jul 1989
PART 1: Ace programmer Greg Truckell begins a power user’s guide to this popular LA synth expander.
Feature | Sound On Sound, Aug 1989
PART 2: Greg Truckell winds up his two-part power user's guide to this popular LA expander with some applications techniques.
Feature | Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design | Sound On Sound, Apr 1988
By combining plenty of different sounds with the built-in percussion voices and digital reverb, Roland's MT32 multitimbral expander makes the ideal add-on for any sequencer. But it really takes a software editing program to get the very best out of it. Brian Howarth shows you how.
Feature Downloads | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, May 1989
A review of the Desert Island sample collection for the Mirage joins readers' own patches for the Roland D110, Ensoniq ESQ1 and Casio CZ5000 in this month's action-packed edition of Patchwork.