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  1. Synthesizer - Wikipedia

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    The Roland D-50 (1987) blended Roland's linear arithmetic algorithm with samples, and was the first mass-produced synthesizer with built-in effects such as delay, reverb and chorus. [7] : 63 In 1988, the Japanese manufacturer Korg released the M1 , a digital synthesizer workstation featuring sampled transients and loops ; [24] with over 250,000 units sold, it remains the bestselling synthesizer in history. [24]

  2. Roland Corporation - Wikipedia

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    Roland Corporation (ローランド株式会社, Rōrando Kabushiki Kaisha) is a Japanese manufacturer of electronic musical instruments, electronic equipment and software. It was founded by Ikutaro Kakehashi in Osaka on April 18, 1972. In 2005, Roland's headquarters relocated to Hamamatsu in Shizuoka Prefecture.

    • Electronics
    • 18 April 1972; 48 years ago, Osaka, Japan
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  4. Category:Roland synthesizers - Wikipedia

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    Wikimedia Commons has media related to Roland synthesizers. Subcategories. This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total. D D-Beam‎ (16 P) K

  5. Roland V-Synth - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Roland V-Synth was released 2003 and was Roland's flagship synthesizer at the time. It combines multiple oscillator technologies and a built in sampler. It also features an arpeggiator and COSM filtering to aid the creation of new sounds.

    • 24 voices
    • £1999 V-Synth GBP, £2231 V-Synth XT GBP
  6. Roland D-50 - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Roland D-50 is a synthesizer produced by Roland and released in April 1987. Its features include subtractive synthesis, on-board effects, a joystick for data manipulation, and an analogue synthesis-styled layout design.

    • 16 voices, 8 voices (Dual or Split mode)
    • $1,895 US, £1,445 GBP, ¥238,000 JPY
  7. Roland Jupiter-8 - Wikipedia

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    DCB (on later models) The Jupiter-8, or JP-8, is an eight-voice polyphonicanalogsubtractivesynthesizerintroduced by Roland Corporationin early 1981. The Jupiter-8 was Roland's flagship synthesizer for the first half of the 1980s.

  8. Guitar synthesizer - Wikipedia

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    Today's guitar synths are direct descendants of 1970s devices from manufacturers (often in partnership) such as Hammond Innovex and Ovation, EMS, Roland Corporation and FujiGen (GR-500 and GR-300), Ludwig, Norlin Music and Maestro, 360 Systems, Ampeg and Hagström, Arp, Electro-Harmonix, Casio, New England Digital, Terratec /Axon, Starr Labs, Ibanez, Holt Electro Acoustic Research, Zeta Systems, and Yamaha.

  9. Linear Arithmetic synthesis - Wikipedia

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    This technology first appeared in 1987, in the Roland D-50 synthesizer. At the time, re-synthesizing samplers were very expensive, so Roland set out to produce a machine that would be easy to program, sound realistic, and still sound like a synthesizer.

  10. Roland - Synthesizers

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    The Roland FANTOM Synthesizer is a new kind of creative hub, where you can combine the power of FANTOM's synthesis engine, your favorite DAW and software synthesizers, and other hardware instruments like modular synthesizers, or your own voice.

  11. Roland Synth Chronicle: 1973 - 2014 - Roland U.S. Blog

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    Feb 19, 2014 · One of Roland’s best-selling models, this synthesizer also excelled at analog-style sound. 1986: MKS-50 This rack-mounted model of the α JUNO series made it possible to add portamento, detune, and other parameters to patches.