Synth Site: Roland: D-110 Synthesizer Module: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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Clyde Atkinson from USA writes:
This is one of three units (D10, D20, and D110) that had an inherent chip defect, please see my review of the D10 for further info.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-18-2004 at 22:40
Dwayne a professional user from livermore ca writes:
Well this is a good peice in its hey day hell babyface still uses them also its a champ in the layer patch arena as time went by the old D110 is always a secret weapon of sound for the bang for your buck these days hell there giving them away at a cheap price for a sound enhance burner in todays music it makes a great if i need extra old school patches all in all for the price its not bad .

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-24-2003 at 08:53
Martin T. a professional user from Germany writes:
The D110 is really dated nowadays.For a device of its time,this machine was MultimediaMusicPlatform. Well,that´s 14 years ago. So don´t care of the dated PCM sounds in it. The imprtant thing is the routing of the D-110. You get an typical analog synth with a PCM-Rompler. But you can connect both systems. Ringmodulation is the secret of this machine. Of course it can sound like a Teletubby or a cheap comerical.But it can also burn your house down. Usually the Teletubby sounds were used... For a machine with such an age,the D110 is worth to think about to get it. This is an early digital synth,with all its bugs inside,like a distorting Filter. Programming on it is also "hard stuff". But,this device has still a lot of sounds to offer.

Marty

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-16-2002 at 12:33
Jeff a part-time user from U.S. writes:
I like this piece of eqiupment. It is easy to move around and you can make some pretty cool sounding patched with it. It is good for this and that when you are putting shit together. only thing is, it is rather noisey and and a headache to program, but well worth it for aroud 100 u.s. Get an editor if you decide to get this.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-08-2001 at 03:15
WAVEVIOLATOR a part-time user from UK writes:
The D110 was, at the time, one of the best multi timbral modules. I still have mine. I use it for analogue type sounds. The "D" type samples in this machine do sound very dated. But if you like the next generation retro sounds, buy them now while they are still cheap. (I feel a digital revival coming soon!)

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-25-2001 at 19:40
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