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[NAMM 2008] Roland ARX-02 Super NATURAL™ Expansion Board "Electric Piano"

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  • [NAMM 2008] Roland ARX-02 Super NATURAL™ Expansion Board "Electric Piano"

    The ARX series Expansion Board is synth itself, powered by Roland’s proprietary SuperNATURAL™ sound technology for organic, emotional expression. Optimized effects and custom graphic interfaces are exclusive to the ARX series. The ARX allows you to create unique instruments with the highest-quality sounds and organic control.

    With stunning SuperNATURAL sound, detailed control, and ultrarealisticamp modeling, the ARX-02 Electric Piano Expansion Board puts new expression and realism into a classic instrument category. Change the position of the pickup, and choose from five amazing amp models with dynamic control. Volume and tone change smoothly and realistically as you play, based on the strength and weakness of the keyboard performance.
    The ARX series is compatible with the Fantom-G series omly as of Jan. 2008.
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  • #2
    C'est donc de la modelisation.
    J'ai hate d'entendre le potentiel de cette carte :p

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    • #3
      Et une carte ARX type V-SYNTH ça pourrait être envisageable ?