SRX-11

Wave Expansion Board

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Q.I hear that the SRX-11’s grand piano sound uses an 88-key multisampled waveform set like that found in the RD-700SX. Do they both use the same multisampled waveforms?

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Yes. The SRX-11’s grand piano sound uses the same multisampled ・・・

Q.I’ve heard that the SRX-11 Wave Expansion Board contains an 88-key multisampled grand piano sound. Is this the same grand piano sound as that found in the Fantom-X6/X7/X8/XR?

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To achieve the highest quality sound, the grand piano sounds ・・・

Q.I’ve heard that the SRX-11 Wave Expansion Board contains an 88-key multisampled grand piano sound. Is this the same grand piano sound as that found in the Fantom-X6/X7/X8/XR?

A.

To achieve the highest quality sound, the grand piano sounds ・・・

Q.I hear that the SRX-11’s grand piano sound uses an 88-key multisampled waveform set like that found in the RD-700SX. Do they both use the same multisampled waveforms?

A.

Yes. The SRX-11’s grand piano sound uses the same multisampled ・・・

Q.Is there a benefit to installing an SRX board in a compatible Roland synthesizer (such as Fantom-X-series) containing patches of the same name (such as “Orchestra” or “Strings”)?

A.

The purpose of the SRX-Series Wave Expansion Boards is to ・・・

Q.Is there a benefit to installing an SRX board in a compatible Roland synthesizer (such as Fantom-X-series) containing patches of the same name (such as “Orchestra” or “Strings”)?

A.

The purpose of the SRX-Series Wave Expansion Boards is to ・・・

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