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Roland D-110

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    The Roland D-110 MultiTimbral Sound Module can be used as the sound source of a keyboard, sequencer. etc. 3 LA Synthesis stands for Linear Arithmetic synthesis which is the heart of the new technology. LA synthesis involves a great many technological advances resulting not only in a superior sound quality but also an improved ease of programming, which has been proved in the D-50 or D-550. In this way, Roland has succeeded in maintaining a high degree of familiarity to the user despite the technical wizardry involved. The MultiTimbral function turns the D—HO into eight independent synthesizers, allowing you to enjoy ensemble style performance with only one D-110.

    The D-110 features 5 independent Multi outputs where 5 different sounds can be sent out separately. Consequently, different effects may be applied to the various sounds, improving the quality of the mixing possibilities. The D-110 has 8 Parts which work like conventional synthesizers, and a Rhythm Part which behaves like the sounds of a rhythm machine. Each Part can be controlled by information on a different MlDi channel. A Tone is the basic unit of a sound. The 0-1 10‘s memory capacity can retain 128 different Preset Tones. 64 user-programmed Tones, and 63 Preset Rhythm Tones. A Timbre consists of Tones and Performance Controlling functions.

    The D-110 can store up to 128 Timbres. and any of these Timbres can be assigned to each Part. During live performance, you can use various sounds by changing these Timbres. A Patch is a collection of Reverb and Part settings. The 0—110 can store up to 64 Patches. The digital reverberation section of the [M 10 can create reverb effects. You can set a desired reverb and write it into Patch. The Rhythm Part of the D-110 can use up to 85 Rhythm Tones, Preset Rhythm Tones and the Tones you have programmed yourself. Each Rhythm Tone can have a different Pan and Level setting, as desired. The optional memory card (M-256D or M4280) can be used for saving your original sound data for future use.
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    Architecture
    Type: Digital
    Synthesis: ROM
    Oscillators
    Oscillators: 4
    Envelopes
    Envelopes: 1
    Evelope Paramerters: Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release
    Filters
    Filters: 1
    Types: 24dB Slope (4-pole), High Pass, Low Pass
    LFO
    LFO: 1
    LFO Parameters: Sample & Hold, Saw Up, Saw Down, Sine, Square, Triangle, Key Sync
    Polyphony & Tuning
    Polyphony: 32
    Timbrality: 9
    Tuning: Standard
    Modes: Mono, Polyphonic, Split
    Patches
    Patches RAM: 128
    Patches ROM: 128
    Multipatches RAM: 64
    Multipatches ROM: 64
    Storage: Internal, RAM Cartridge, ROM Cartridge
    Editing: MIDI
    Effects
    8
    Case
    Case: Rack
    Rack Size: 19", 1U, Full
    Controls: Aftertouch, Breath, Pedal - Sustain, Tempo Knob, Velocity, Pedal - Volume
    Display Count H: 2
    Display Count V: 16
    Dimensions (WxDxH): 481 x 286 x44 mm
    Weight: 8lbs
    Connections
    Audio Output Connections: Stereo Main, Stereo 2, Stereo 3, Stereo 4, Stereo Headphone
    Audio Output Count: 7
    MIDI Ports: IN, OUT, THRU
    Production
    Year Released: 1988
    Manuals & Documents
    Pricing
    Used Price: $50-$172 - convert
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