NAMM06: Roland Release New E-Series Arranger Keyboard

E-09 has plenty of performance at an entry-level price      22/01/06
Roland have added to their E-Series Arranger keyboards with the E-09, on display at the show. Here’s what they say about it in their press release….
Its price might say ‘low end’, but the E-09’s sounds and styles are nothing but first class. Building on the success of Roland’s popular E-series arranger keyboards, the E-09 ushers in a brand-new look, feel, and sound for the family. With its new high-quality sound engine, pro-style appearance, and powerful specifications — including a newly designed library of sounds and interactive styles — the E-09 raises the quality standard for entry-level arrangers.
With a global array of interactive musical accompaniments onboard, the E-09 puts a world of colorful and authentic music under the player’s fingertips. Master programmers from around the world have created special Styles for the E-09, spotlighting the Western, Middle Eastern, and Asian cultures.
As Roland’s technology continues to expand and improve, so too does the user-friendliness of its instruments. The E-09 is no exception, as it provides a clearly labeled lineup of large, friendly buttons across its front panel, logically organized into task types. There are one-touch Tone and Style locator buttons to help find the sound and style quickly, plus an array of helpful, dedicated controls to make navigating and playing the instrument a breeze.
The E-09 introduces a new professional-grade industrial design to the E family. Its black metallic finish, coupled with a slim, streamlined chassis design, makes the E-09 eye catching and easy to transport. Despite its slim physique, the E-09 outputs an impressively big sound from its built-in stereo speaker system. To further enhance the sound, the built-in effects processor can add space, depth, and other special effects. There are 47 types of multi-effects to choose from, plus eight varieties of reverbs and choruses.

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Jorge    Said...

Hi Bob,that's the question isn't it . I don't want to put any spciefic time frames here, since those never hold. I don't have much work to do (updating system, icons and few other small things) and I will release the beta version (need to get some feedback and discover as much bugs as possible). I hope it will be soon, but hope wont get me there, so I will try to get more time for this in this few weeks so you can finally get the taste of it.

23-Oct-12 12:44 AM


Jorge    Said...

Hi Bob,that's the question isn't it . I don't want to put any spciefic time frames here, since those never hold. I don't have much work to do (updating system, icons and few other small things) and I will release the beta version (need to get some feedback and discover as much bugs as possible). I hope it will be soon, but hope wont get me there, so I will try to get more time for this in this few weeks so you can finally get the taste of it.

23-Oct-12 12:44 AM


Jorge    Said...

Hi Bob,that's the question isn't it . I don't want to put any spciefic time frames here, since those never hold. I don't have much work to do (updating system, icons and few other small things) and I will release the beta version (need to get some feedback and discover as much bugs as possible). I hope it will be soon, but hope wont get me there, so I will try to get more time for this in this few weeks so you can finally get the taste of it.

23-Oct-12 12:44 AM


Michelle    Said...

If even us legit users of it with Jailbroken Ipads cannot save then I'm guisseng they've done something to only let non jailbroken users save. If that's the case then it's bull that we cannot save even when paying for the app! Hopefully they'll issue an update at some point.

25-Oct-12 04:48 AM


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