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Roland Synth Chronicle: 1973 Through 2013

Philip Clark

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Pretty awesome comprehensive article on Roland's synthesizer output.



Soul, R&B, Pop from Los Angeles



Cannonball Gerald Albright Signature Alto, Yamaha YC73, Fender Rhodes, Roland Juno-106, Yamaha MX61, Roland VR-09, MicroKorg XL, Maschine Mikro, Yamaha Reface CP, Roland MKS-50

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i had an SH-1000 for a while... drove my neighbours crazy with all the loud weird sounds I was making.. it was very cool but I traded it in for a mini moog.. I had no idea at the time that it would be the beginning of such a synth legacy..!

Craig MacDonald

Hammond BV, Franken-B (A100 in a BV cabinet), Leslies 122/147/44W, Crumar Mojo, HX3 module, Korg Kronos, VR-09, Roland GAIA, Burn, Ventilator

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My first Roland synth was the JX-8P. Upgraded from a Korg Poly-800. Took some time to duplicate the Poly-800 sounds I was using in the band I was in, but I learned a lot about synthesis in the process.
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