Sound Demos From Roland Integra-7 Module

Scott Tibbs posts 53 demo videos      05/09/12

 

Roland's  new Integra-7,  the flagship synth module as they are calling it, has just been launched along with a brace of other goodies at the Roland Connect event on September 1st. 

Roland's top synth demo guy Scott Tibbs has been hard at work pounding the ivories of his connected A-49 controller keyboard, (another new release from Roland) to show off a bunch of the preset sounds on board.

 

 

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mattsynth    Said...

I will have to check this module out. Roland does make fantastic sounding rack modules. I still have a JV-1080 that I use in just about every project.

05-Sep-12 12:34 PM


Peter K.    Said...

Agreed. I collect JD-990's w/ the vintage cards for that same reason. Looking forward to this.

I notice this doesn't show up when you click on the 'synth' header. Just thought I'd mention it.

06-Sep-12 12:33 AM


Peter K.    Said...

And I gotta show some love for the V-synth XT. That thing is a beast!!!

06-Sep-12 12:42 AM


Sunny Jim    Said...

The product does sound very interesting, but this demo is one of the most dreary drawnout affairs ever. You would think an instrument with 6000 sounds needs some zippy conveying of the sonic range, not drawn out twangling on a small limited sampling.

06-Sep-12 01:19 PM


J73    Said...

I think almost all presets sounded boring and the overall tonality of the module is very two-dimensional and it lacked impact and attack.

I'm sure that it's a fine tool if you make elevator background music.

07-Sep-12 03:37 PM


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