Roland U-220 RS-PCM Sound Module Rackmount Synths + 5 PCM Data Rom

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Roland U-220 RS-PCM Sound Module Rackmount Synths
with midi cable by Roland and 5 PCM Data Rom
SN-U110-11 Sound Effects 2 card
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The Roland U-220 (pictured above) is simply a rack-mount version of the U-20. It has all the same sounds and features packaged in a compact single-space sound module.
Polyphony - 30 voices Oscillators - 4MB ROM samples Multitimbral - 6 parts + 1 drum part Filter - None Effects - Reverb, Delay, Chorus; arpeggiator Memory - 64 patches, expandable to 128 with external RAM card Keyboard - 61 keys (w/ velocity & aftertouch) Control - MIDI Date Produced - 1989 There's an on-board arpeggiator, a chord-memory feature and the U-20 accepts Roland SNU-110 sound library cards. It has been used by Prodigy and Astral Projection.

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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