Sold On: 2017-12-11
The Roland SH-32 is a 4-part multitimbral desktop synth module using new Wave Acceleration Synthesis to deliver up to 32 voices of fat synth waves and entirely new waveforms. The raw waveforms are sampled rather than mathematically generated and are actually multi-sampled across the octave ranges. There’s also a full complement of knobs and sliders, analog-style 808 and 909 drums, DSP effects and a killer programmable arpeggiator – all at a reasonably cheap price. The SH-32 uses new Wave Acceleration Synthesis to overcome the limited polyphony and sounds of modeling-based synths. You get up to 32 voices, plus 67 waveform variations from traditional analog waves to entirely new waveforms like Spectrum and variable Noise. And when combined with the new Subsonic mode found in the suboscillator section, you can create everything from thick bass sounds to entirely new sounds not possible on traditional synthesizers. There’s even drum maps with samples taken from the TR-808/909 Rhythm Composers. Features:Powerful desktop synthesizer with massive realtime control. New Wave Acceleration Synthesis creates a variety of synth waves-67 total. Includes standard synth waves plus new waveforms like Spectrum and Noise. Up to 32-note/4-part multitimbral operation. 2 main oscillators and 2 suboscillators with ultra-thick Subsonic mode. Pulse width modulation and oscillator “hard” sync capability. Insert and loop effects processors with 10 types of reverb/delay and 35 multi-effects. Programmable arpeggiator for creating synth lines or drum patterns. Patches using oscillator sync will be monophonic Includes unit and original power supply.
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