Roland expands V keyboards

Another reason to get rid of yer b-voxers      08/12/00
Hot on the heels of the VA-7, Roland has released the new VA-3, the latest addition to the V-Arranger keyboard series. At an entry-level price, the VA-3 contains no fewer than 3,649 sounds, 116 drumkits (taken from Roland V-Drums), hundreds of auto-accompaniments, a 16-track sequencer, floppy disk drive, D-beam controller, 64 note polyphony, plus 128 user programs. There's an interactive back-lit touch screen too. In the UK, the RRP is £999.

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Edaa    Said...

I wouldn't say this was my all-time PB I did get a ltltie stalled for a brief spot in the middle. Got the RHS pretty easily, and the LHS fell out pretty quickly once I got 1-2 key words. Probably towards the easier end of the spectrum, though.Thought 11A was clever in its succinctness, and 13A gave me a smile.

03-May-12 11:18 PM


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