Roland Boutique

SE-02 ANALOG SYNTHESIZERDESIGNED BY STUDIO ELECTRONICS.

Roland Boutique is a world of instruments that inspire electronic music creativity by expanding on the legendary sounds of the past with a workflow to suit the modern producer and musician.

These distinctly-detailed, professional-in-quality sound modules combine a compact, portable form-factor with versatile sync and connectivity. Whether it is stage, studio, DAW or live performance, Roland Boutique delivers powerful sound, anywhere.

The Roland SE-02 Analog Synthesizer is the first product in the new Roland Boutique Designer Series. This series, debuting in a partnership with Studio Electronics, will feature new products made in collaboration with selected designers that share the same passion and vision for inspiring music creation.

A NEW DIMENSION TO A CLASSIC SOUND

The Roland SE-02 synthesizer has all of the warm, rounded bass tones and smooth, glassy leads that you would expect from its all-analog architecture.

But a new generation of synthesists, producers and musicians requires a new sound, and the Roland SE-02 goes far beyond into inspiring sonic territories.

Explore the power of complex oscillator and filter modulations with XMOD and FEEDBACK, combined with the in-built delay, and discover thick textures, percussive patches and ethereal effects for a whole new dimension to a classic sound.

Product Lineup

SE-02

SE-02

Vintage sound, unexpected power.

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DESIGNER SERIES : SE-02

SE-02

A collaborative effort from Roland and Studio Electronics, the SE-02 uses authentic discrete circuitry to create an analog synth with a distinctly American sound. The SE-02 combines ample high quality knobs, massive tone and texture, and a uniquely creative sequencer in a compact ‘boutique’ form factor.
Studio Electronics, a leader in excellence and ingenuity in analog synthesizer design since 1988.Makers of the revered MidiMini, SE-1, ATC-1, Omega 8, CODE 8, Boomstar, and Tonestar.Premium quality musical instruments hand built in the USA.

Classic TR-909
TR-09

TR-09

The Legendary TR-909 Sound in the Palm of Your Hand

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Classic Roland Instrument : TR-909

TR-909

The TR-909 was the first drum machine with MIDI and due to the limitations of mid '80s technology it blended analog kick and tom drums with 6-bit digital samples for the hi-hats and cymbals. This hybrid approach meant that, even back in the early '80s, the TR-909 sounded unique. While other drum machines aimed for realism, the 909 found its true calling within the burgeoning techno scene of the late '80s, adopted by the pioneering electronic producers of Detroit and Chicago. Where the TR-808 was all about warmth and width, the 909 was all about precision and power, with clattering, metallic hi-hats, pummeling tom drums and that rib-cracking kick drum that became the beating heart of house and techno, as strong today as it was back then. The 909 is a cornerstone of electronic music, an integral part of the dance floor's DNA. To some, it's just a drum machine—for others, it's the pulse of youth culture; the only sound you hear when the lights go down.

Classic TR-909
TB-03

TB-03

The Classic TB-303 Sound in the Palm of Your Hand

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Classic Roland Instrument : TB-303

TB-303

The TB-303 is a machine like no other. With an unmistakeable sonic signature brimming with warmth, energy and character, the iconic silver box defined the acid house movement of the late 1980s. Widely misunderstood at launch, the true revolution began several years later when electronic music producers rediscovered the quirky box, unleashing the hypnotic, liquid sound that captivated a generation. Powered by a single oscillator with either a square or sawtooth waveform, the true appeal of the TB-303 lay in the pattern sequencer and the filter. When combined with the cut off and resonance knobs, the 303 became a performance instrument that begged to be played, tweaked and experimented with. While we may never really understand why the 303 sound makes people want to dance, there's no denying its power, influence and enduring ability to get a party started—it just works, even after all this time.

Classic TR-909
VP-03

VP-03

The Iconic VP-330 Vocoder in the Palm of Your Hand

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Classic Roland Instrument : VP-330

VP-330

Launched in 1979, the VP-330 Vocoder Plus was a 10-band vocoder combined with a 49-note keyboard, and it quickly became the machine behind the popular 'talking robot' sound of the early '80s. But there was more to the VP-330 than met the eye, thanks to three onboard sound sources that could be played and blended with your voice. The string section was particularly expansive and lush, thanks to the ensemble circuitry that widened the sound, while the choir and human voice sounds could be used either subtly or in a more adventurous manner, depending on how much color you needed. The VP-330 also became a firm favorite with more experimental musicians who were interested in merging tonal textures to create something entirely new. Ethereal and majestic in equal measure, the VP-330 is a fascinating stop-off point on the evolutionary journey of electronic musical instruments, and it remains in demand and in use to this day.

Classic TR-909
DK-01

DK-01

Case and Tilt Stand for Roland Boutique Modules

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Product Overview

Case and Tilt Stand for Roland Boutique Modules

The DK-01 is a simple, elegant case for mounting a Roland Boutique module. Once docked in place, the module can be used in a flat position, or tilted to two different angles for easier viewing and sound programming.

K-25m

K-25m

The K-25m is a 25-key, velocity sensitive keyboard designed for use with the Roland Boutique series.

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A-01

A-01

Powerful pocket module with MIDI/analog connectivity and sound engine.

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A-01 Controller + Generator

Powerful Pocket Module with MIDI/Analog Connectivity and Sound Engine

A-01
JX-03

JX-03

The Roland Boutique JX-03 module continues the legacy of the JX-3P synth.

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JU-06

JU-06

The limited-edition JU-06 is an authentic recreation of the iconic JUNO-106 synthesizer.

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