VC-1

D-50 V-Card for V-Synth

VC-1
Discontinued

The Legendary D-50 Reborn. Roland’s new V-Cards are a series of PC Cards capable of turning the V-Synth into a variety of retro and future-oriented synthesizers. The first card is the VC-1, which magically transforms the V-Synth into Roland’s legendary D-50 L/A Synthesizer. Simply pop in the card, power up, and you’ll be taken back to the year 1987, when Roland’s D-50 ruled supreme. Relive the D-50 in all its glory—including full programmability and all the original Patches like “Digital Native Dance,” “Living Calliope” and more. Every circuit and precise detail of this legendary synthesizer has been faithfully modeled. It doesn’t just sound like a D-50, it is a D-50! Look for more V-Cards in the future. Only from Roland.

Appearance
PC CARD (68pin, TypeII)
Sound Generator
D-50 Compatible LA (Linear Arithmetic) Synthesis
Polyphony
16 voices
Waveforms
Synthesizer: 2
PCM: 128
Internal (User) Memory
Banks: 8
Patches: 512
Preset Memory
Banks: 6
Patches: 384
Accessories
Owner's Manual
CD-ROM (Card Recovery Data, Editor "UniQuest VC-1")
Card Case
ROLAND SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
UniQuest VC-1 Software System requirements (Windows)
Operating system
Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP Home/XP Professional/2000 Professional/Me/98 *Windows(R) XP/2000 recommended
CPU/Clock
Pentium(R), Celeron(TM), Intel-compatible Processor / 500 MHz or higher
Memory (RAM)
128 MB or more
Free space required on hard disk
70 MB or more
Display resolution / colors
1024 x 768 pixels or higher / 65,535 colors or more (High Color 16 bit)
UniQuest VC-1 Software System requirements (Macintosh)
Operating system
Mac OS 9.0.4 or later, Mac OS X v10.2 or later
CPU/Clock
PowerPC G3/500 MHz or higher
Memory (RAM)
192 MB or more (256 MB or more is recommended)
Free space required on hard disk
70 MB or more
Display resolution / colors
1024 x 768 pixels or higher / 32,000 colors or more
*The specifications are subject to change without notice.

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