Roland Fantom-X7 76-Key Sampling WorkstationProduct #700393 Roland 700393 CC Keyboard Workstations https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Synthesis and sampling power like you've never encountered from Roland's most powerful synthesis chip ever!
The Roland Fantom-X7 76-Key Sampling Workstation has produced a lot of the sounds you've heard on commercial music tracks. 76 full-sized keys, 128 voices, seamless integration of audio and MIDI with beautiful new ROM waves and sampling, plus realtime time-stretch capability. 128MB wave ROM includes 88 key split piano and more. 32MB sample RAM expandable to 544MB with optional DIMMs. Innovations such as color LCD screen, skip back sampling that retrieves what you just played as a sample, dynamic pad bank with 16 velocity-sensitive pads and aftertouch, as well as V-LINK for triggering and manipulating video clips. 3 MFX processors plus dedicated reverb, chorus, and mastering processor. USB port for MIDI, WAV/AIFF file exchange, and 4x SRX expansion. PC card slot for backing up samples and data with up to 1GB capacity. 4 mono or 2 stereo line outs, stereo line in, and 24-bit S/PDIF I/O.
- 76 full-sized keys
- 128 voices
- Seamless integration of audio and MIDI
- Realtime time-stretch capability
- 128MB wave ROM
- 88-key split piano
- 32MB sample RAM expandable to 544MB
- Color LCD screen
- Skip back sampling
- 16 velocity-sensitive pads with aftertouch
- V-LINK for triggering and manipulating video
- 3 MFX processors
- Dedicated reverb, chorus, and mastering processor
- USB port for MIDI and WAV/AIFF file exchange
- PC card slot with up to 1GB capacity
- 4 mono or 2 stereo line outs
- Stereo line in
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I've played the piano for 16 years and am very skeptical of keyboards because I don't think they provide the kind of sound a pianist wants. I was totally convinced of the Fantom X7's superiority in this product area when I first played it. As long as you have a strong stand for it, you'll think you're actually playing a piano. It's wonderful!