Roland Integra-7

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This item runs exclusively on an operating voltage of 230V and therefore requires a voltage transformer to run in your country of United States of America.

Synthesiser Sound Module

  • 128 Note polyphony
  • SuperNATURAL synthesiser tone generation
  • 16 Parts
  • More than 6000 sounds
  • GM2 compatible
  • Virtual Expansion Slots
  • All 12 SRX expansion boards integrated
  • Multi effects
  • 17-Part Motional Surround Ambience generation for stereo, headphone and 5.1 output
  • LC-Display
  • Connections: 4x line input 6.3 mm jack (L / R)
  • 8x Line output 6.3 mm jack
  • 2x Line Output XLR, USB, Digital Input and Output S / PDIF Coaxial
  • MIDI In/Out/Thru
  • Headphone output
  • USB input for storage device
  • iOS editor available free of charge
  • Design: 19" / 2 RU
  • Dimensions: 481 x 89 x 262 mm (W x H x D)
  • Weight: 3.9 kg
Design 19" / 2U
Polyphony 128
Sound Generation Modeling, Sample based
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out, 1x Thru
Storage Medium USB to Device
USB-port Yes
Effects Yes
Arpeggiator No
Number of Analog Outputs 10
Digital Output Yes
Display Yes
available since October 2012
Item number 294898
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Optional Expansions No
Special Features 5.1-Ausgabe, 12 SRX-Boards integrated
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$1,539
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My Roland Integra-7
The Alien Eagle 25.11.2019
I use the device connected to a MacPro and eventually to a Focusrite Liquid Saffire, main software is Logic Pro. I've been using Roland sound modules since my U220, 30 years ago: this has a much more complicated connection phase (probably due, also, to the Mac's midi setting which I don't consider intuitive), but eventually the result, sound wise, is very good. I like sound modules (and I will appreciate suggestions) because they take the responsibility to handle the sound outside the computer, making the overall process lighter.
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Almost all I expected
Paul8081 22.09.2015
I say almost because Roland skimped on two aspects...The amount of voices available. 128 is not enough and soon get used up with the Supernatural sounds. For what is lauded as a flagship device this is disappointing. Second the LED screen is like something from the 80's...Come on if an £100 smart phone can get a full colour touch screen I'm sure they could do better here too.

Aside from those two niggles, in every other way I am delighted, easy enough to use, the sounds are fantastic, clear and many...very many. The iPad App can be a little touchy but aside from that it makes using the devise a breeze, sound banks load quickly and add the the sonic palate. I give a final 5 stars because...well it sounds that good, and that is what is important in the end.

Aside from that in every other
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Roland Integra-7 for studio use
Edmunds V. 22.12.2014
I am using a Roland Integra in recording studio.
Sound - It all Roland sound library and a genuine Roland sound. Everything is at hand.
Handling - easy to select the desired sound tone when either limited by switching from one to another library collections since the full range of tones sound at the same time can not be loaded. However, it is not a big problem. The key is to find the right tone, for the right "sitting" in the mix.
Features - acts as a good sound card via USB. Good integrates in DAW.
It is necessary for anyone who intends to buy Roland Integra think about its use. I am fully satisfied with the Roland Integra. If there are any estimates on my part, I will write about them.
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Everything you need in one box
Brian6193 14.02.2015
Superb machine,
the combination of Super Natural sounds with basically a JV1080 and all SRX expansion boards is inspired.
Great sound module - check out Roland's free patch site for Juno / SH101 / TB303 / Jupiter patches
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