Roland is presenting the VP-770 Vocal & Ensemble
Keyboard at the show, featuring newly-developed Vocal Designer effects and high-quality ensemble sounds powered by Roland's exclusive SuperNATURAL technology. Hee's the details from their press release:
With a solid wood construction and metal chassis, the VP-770 features a newly enhanced interface, plus expressive onboard sounds applicable across a vast array of musical genres. A high-quality headset microphone comes standard and provides the best signal path possible in combination with the VP-770's pristine onboard microphone preamp.
Performers will especially love how inviting and inspiring the VP-770 is to use onstage. It's ideal for musicians who perform alone or in small groups, and for those who need an interactive, real-time backing chorus. Film and TV music composers challenged by time and budget can use the VP-770 to generate high-impact choral, string, and brass arrangements on the spot. Churches in need of a choir (or choir enhancer) will love the VP-770 as well.
The VP-770 is also equipped with high-resolution vocoder modelling, which can be used to generate signature vocal effects for Dance, Pop, R&B, and Hip-Hop genres without the hassle and expense of a separate vocoder or processor. Pricing and Availability:
The VP-770 is scheduled to be available in April, 2009.