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Roland PR-100 (1988) Digital Sequencer
« on: December 22, 2015, 04:42:00 AM »
Roland PR-100


uses quickdisks similar to the AKAI S612's disk drive unit.

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The PR-100 is a stand-alone multitrack sequencing device. There's 2-track recording in real or step time, track merging, punch in/out and a built-in 2.8" QuickDisk drive. It has almost no edit ability however as it was intended for use as a Roland Library Disk playback device in conjunction with a digital piano or sound module. It is best suited for music education or accompaniment. Get the Owner's Manual. (1988)