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Roland INTEGRA-7 (2013)
« on: October 14, 2015, 10:15:33 AM »


http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/feb13/articles/roland-integra-7.htm

article here claims integra is based on ideas + tech from the Roland JD-990
http://www.donsolaris.com/?p=952




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Based upon the XV5080 rackmount synth, the Roland Fantom X family (launched in 2004) was both a critical and a commercial success, due in no small part to the immense range of sounds that could be wrung from its capacious ROM and SRX expansion boards. Four years later, the company released the Fantom G series and, at first sight, this appeared to be the next big thing. But first sights can be deceiving. The new models couldn't host SRX boards and Roland released just three of its new ARX boards, covering nowt but drums, electric pianos and brass. Consequently, I have every sympathy with owners who, had they been able to afford the criminal record, might have propelled their Fantom Gs through the windows at Roland UK.

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