Roland D-50 1987 Black

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The Roland D-50 was an extremely popular polyphonic digital synthesizer from Roland produced from 1987-1990. The D-50 competed directly against the immensely popular Yamaha DX-7 but its architecture was completely different. Using Roland's patented 'LAS' or Linear Arithmetic Synthesis which incorporated sample playback combined with digital synthesis / resonant filters resulting in a synthesizer capable of the percussive and glassy sounds made popular by FM synthesis but was also capable of analog and traditional style sounds.
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Here it is, the original 1987 Roland D- 50 Linear Synthesizer. Fully operational with PN-D50-00 Patch Data ROM Memory Card and Power Cord.

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The Roland D-50 was an extremely popular polyphonic digital synthesizer from Roland produced from 1987-1990. The D-50 competed directly against the immensely popular Yamaha DX-7 but its architecture was completely different. Using Roland's patented 'LAS' or Linear Arithmetic Synthesis which incorporated sample playback combined with digital synthesis / resonant filters resulting in a synthesizer capable of the percussive and glassy sounds made popular by FM synthesis but was also capable of analog and traditional style sounds.
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