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      Current Model

        Roland EM25
        This instrument is discontinued

        Roland EM25 Keyboard -A&C Hamilton preston lancs 01772 722468

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        What is Roland GS sound quality? Roland GS sound quality is a Roland extension of the industrys General MIDI standard. This standard is a good start, but Roland felt that it had its limitations, like offering only 128 sounds. This is why Roland created a higher standard for their synthesisers that are fully GM compatible. The Roland GS sound quality allows for more sounds, effects processing, and other synthesiser controls necessary to create high quality music with electronic instruments. MicroSoftTM, Apple ComputerTM, as well as other synthesiser manufacturers have adopted Rolonds GS standard. Numerous music software applications provide GS specific controls.

        What does MIDI stand for and what is it? MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. This is the language used by electronic musical instruments to communicate with one another as well as peripheral devices. MIDI can be used for a wide range of musical applications, such as creating \"virtual orchestrations,\" automatic vocal harmonies or to print music in any key on your computer. You can compose music with a sequencer; back up or restore sounds in a synthesiser or even control sound and lighting consoles. MIDI data is not a sound, but rather digital information that can control, modify and trigger sounds in a synthesiser or other MIDI compatible device.

        Like the EM-15, the EM-25 is a perfect place to start a voyage into the world of music. whether youre just getting started, working on your own arrangements, or getting a bond together, the EM-25 Creative Keyboard doesnt skimp on the professional features. There are 64 professionally programmed styles all with variations, Style morphing and Style Orchestrator functions to combine, create and edit styles, a 16-port GM2 and GS compatible sound engine, 226 genuine Roland sounds, and nine dynamic drum kits. Its completely redesigned interface is easy-to-understand with icons to view all your performance info at a glance. And thanks to the dedicated piano, organ, arranger and drum buttons, you can set-up an entire performance just by hitting the buttons or using the EM-25s built-in floppy drive to load commercially available Standard MIDI File (SMF) disks and quickly save performance settings. Now, thats impressive!

        Specifications Roland EM25

        keys 61
        touch sensitivity Yes
        sound generation GM/GS -1MBWave ROM
        total sounds 226 + 9 Drum Sets
        multitimbral parts i6
        lcd display Yes, backlit
        styles 64 + variations
        layer Yes (2 sounds)
        modes Arranger/M.Drums/Piano/Organ
        style morphing Yes
        style orchestrator Yes
        melody intelligence Yes
        one touch 4 per Style
        user programs 8
        split Yes
        transpose Yes
        effects Chorus/reverb (8)
        SMF recorder 2 tracks/real time
          internal songs
        balance 2 zones (accomp/keyboard)
        master volume Yes
        metronome Yes
        musical games 2 types + chord finder
        disk drive 3,5\" FDD
        Style disk Yes (loadable from RAM)
        Real time load from FDD Yes
        Style, song SMF, user prog. Yes
        connectors MIDI IN/OUT, sustain,Headphones(2)
        rated output 3 + 3 W [RMS]
        power supply ACN-adapter
        size 960 x 380 x 128 mm
        weight 6 kg

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