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Roland intros VP-770 vocal/ensemble keyboard

updated 03:20 pm EDT, Wed May 20, 2009

Roland VP-770 keyboard

Roland has announced the VP-770 Vocal & Ensemble Keyboard, a successor to the VP-550 that features new vocal designer effects, and ensemble sounds based on the company's SuperNATURAL technology. The 770 is designed for musicians who perform in small or large groups, and/or those who need real-time background chorus. Included in its effects is vocoder modeling, which can be used to generate signature vocal effects for dance, pop and hip-hop.

The keyboard supports external USB storage, loops up to 18 seconds long, and digital formats including WAV, AIFF and MP3. Also provided are built-in mic preamps and a bundled headset microphone. A metal chassis is flanked by wood side panels. The VP-770 is now shipping at a cost of roughly $2,199.






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  1. DeanoDee

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    That's nice

    Ah roland introduces another in a long line of they're "Who Cares" series of keyboards that would only excite a MIDI Freak who hasn't seen gear, due to an island stranding, in 10 years.

  1. Jeronimo2000

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Annoying

    And this is Mac-related... how, exactly? It p***es me off to see these MacNN wanna-be "journalists" post anything, as long as they get paid for it.

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