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Roland Introduces New Flagship Synth Module
  31-Aug-12
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   Said...

Specs say USB support 24 bits / 96kHz, but it doesn't say if we could have some sort of Total Integration of Integra in a DAW with a VST/AU plugin?

Any clue?

31-Aug-12 06:16 AM


Phil    Said...

Specs say USB support 24 bits / 96kHz, but it doesn't say if we could have some sort of Total Integration of Integra in a DAW with a VST/AU plugin?

Any clue?

31-Aug-12 06:17 AM


Brian from USA    Said...

If it doesn't say it, then it doesn't have it?

31-Aug-12 07:19 AM


eXode    Said...

From features:

• INTEGRA-7 Editor for iPad and Motional Surround VSTi Editor for SONAR software

31-Aug-12 09:55 AM


Brian from USA    Said...

When I read "Editor", that means no audio through the plugin. So you get recall of settings but still have to route the audio separately, which is how other VST/AU editors I've used work.

To me "total integration" means the VST has audio I/O just like any softsynth or effect and is still only available for Virus.

You can be sure if the audio routing was included it would justify more than a bullet in a list.

31-Aug-12 10:58 AM


SteveFromBerlin    Said...

I do like that they are going for a new disgn approach! Less colours and plastic are always welcome.

31-Aug-12 01:38 PM


CI    Said...

where do we insert the VHS tape in ?

31-Aug-12 10:02 PM


Dick    Said...

*yawn*

02-Sep-12 01:57 PM


Dr. Feelgood    Said...

Wow.. I am beyond underwhelmed. This company knows how to make good hardware. Now they just need to make an interesting synth. Can they do it?

04-Sep-12 09:50 AM


PiaKnowGuy    Said...

You obviously haven't spent any amount of time with the Jupiter 80.

06-Sep-12 10:26 AM


PiaKnowGuy    Said...

You obviously haven't spent any amount of time with the Jupiter 80.

06-Sep-12 10:27 AM


Kannon    Said...

Nice!!! A few months from now, they'll come out with the keyboard version w/sampling capabilities! It'll be nice if Roland could fuse this unit with the V-Synth GT!!! Damn That'll be sweet!!

07-Sep-12 01:56 AM


Ray    Said...

Although a fine product it may be a harder sell in these days of Komplete 8 et al than when say, the JV-2080/XV-5080 came out.

I still have a 2080 by the way and I kinda like its darker, grungier sound. When synths start sounding too polished I perversely start looking for ways to mess them up!

Roland's policy of evolution may entice many 'legacy model' owners to upgrade. Unless its around $1,000 bucks though (which I doubt) I won't be one of them. I use hardware modules to quickly access sounds and sketch out arrangements in MIDI. Once I want to get obsessed with sounds I will go to software synths. Some hardware sounds make the cut, most don't.

Its a new world synth I first walked into a music store to buy a spanking new Juno 60 that was 'MIDI ready'(pending CV to MIDI conversion!)

11-Sep-12 04:38 PM


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