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Roland KC110 Keyboard Amp
Roland KC110 Keyboard Amp
The Roland KC110 is the World’s First AA Battery-Powered Stereo Keyboard Amp! The KC110 is the first fully stereo, pro-quality keyboard amp that can be powered by eight AA batteries. Take this amp anywhere, plug in, and experience the rich, spatial sound that has become a Roland trademark. Roland KC110 Keyboard Amp Features World’s first AA battery-powered stereo keyboard amp! Runs on eight AA batteries, eight AA rechargeable batteries, or AC power (adaptor included) Highly efficient 30 watts (15W+15W) stereo amplifier with two 6.5' (16 cm) speakers and two tweeters High-quality stereo digital effects built in: reverb, chorus, “Wide” chorus, and EQ; effects on/off can be controlled with optional footswitch Three independent channels with volume control XLR Mic/Instrument input, two stereo inputs, stereo AUX input, stereo line outputs, and headphone output Mounts on a speaker stand (optional ST-A95 Speaker Stand) Built-in tilt-back stand Removable battery cartridge for easy battery replacement True Stereo Sound The KC110 delivers pure, rich stereo sound with spatial projection that encircles the room. Its dual-power design (15W + 15W) enables brilliant stereo/multi-band chorus with Wide mode, plus gorgeous stereo reverb that will enhance any instrument or voice. A built-in tilt-back stand allows optimal placement and projection. Onboard Effects Enhance your instruments and voice with the KC110’s onboard high-quality digital effects. EQ, reverb, and chorus are provided, plus Wide mode for deep, dramatic stereo imaging. For hands-free operation on stage, the effects on/off can be activated with an optional footswitch. Versatile I/O Whether you need to amplify a single instrument or a trio, the KC110 is built to handle a variety of situations. Three channels are provided, each with independent volume control. Channel 1 is a Mic/Line channel, with XLR and 1/4 inch inputs; channels 2 and 3 offer stereo line inputs. You can also connect an MP3/CD player to the AUX input for play-along practice or performance. Master stereo outputs are provided, as well as a headphone out.
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American Musical Supply
Roland Gaia SH01 Virtual Analog Synthesizer Keyboard
Roland Gaia SH01 Virtual Analog Synthesizer Keyboard
Easy to use with massive tones, Roland's GAIA SH01 is a high-performance and affordable synth with old-school charm. The Gaia SH01’s triple-stacked engine offers the player potent virtual analog synthesis at their fingertips. The control panel is so fun and intuitive to provide beginners with the great feel of a vintage analog synth featuring sounds that will keep them coming back for more. The SH01's signal flow is simple to grasp, with logically arranged knobs, sliders, and buttons. Hands-on control and fat sound make this little powerhouse a joy for music students, songwriters, session players, and live performers of all styles and skill levels. Roland Gaia SH01 Features Huge sound with three virtual analog engines onboard Each engine has a dedicated oscillator, filter, amplifier, envelope and LFO Layer up to five simultaneous effects including distortion, flanger, delay and reverb 64-voice polyphony for massive sounds without note drop-out Fun, hands-on control panel for instant gratification and for learning synthesis Lightweight, compact body with 37 full-size keys Runs on AC or battery power for portable convenience D Beam, arpeggiator and Phrase Recorder onboard USB port saves user patches to flash drives and connects audio/MIDI to computers Triple-Fat Virtual Analog Sink your teeth into the new triple-stacked virtual analog engine, comprising three complete synths for incredibly thick, powerful sound. Unleash the beef of three oscillators that drive a trio of multimode, resonant filters, multi-shape LFOs, and amplifiers, plus nine envelope generators. It’s like having three synthesizers in one! With 64 polyphonic voices onboard, the GAIA SH01 makes it possible to play massive sounds without experiencing note drop-out. Stackable Effects From the silkiest reverb to the grittiest growl, the SH01’s instantly selectable multi-effects will catapult your sounds into another spatial dimension. You can layer up to five simultaneous effects for dozens of variations. The onboard effects include reverb, distortion, fuzz, bit crash, flanger, phaser, pitch shifter, low boost, and delay with panning and tempo sync. Dedicated control knobs are provided for tweaking the effects in real time. Portable Power At less than 10 pounds, the GAIA SH01 is lightweight, compact, and great for musicians on the go. The 37-note keyboard is full-size, however, so performers can play naturally and comfortably. The synth can be powered via AC or by eight, rechargeable, Ni-MH, AA batteries for the ultimate in portable convenience. A battery-life indicator on the front panel ensures that you won’t lose power unexpectedly. When used in conjunction with a battery-powered amp such as Roland’s CUBE Street, MOBILE CUBE, BA330 or KC110, the GAIA SH01 can be played and heard anywhere! Instant Control The front panel puts every control directly under your fingertips. There are no hidden menus, no nonsense. Just play and move the knobs and sliders, or wave your hands over the invisible D Beam for dramatic effects. The logically designed front panel shows the signal path from left to right. It helps beginners understand synthesis, while experienced players will love the instant gratification of hands-on control during performance. Phrase Recorder and Arpeggiator Hold a note or chord and let the arpeggiator create musical magic automatically for you. The tempo can be set via tap tempo. In addition, the onboard Phrase Recorder lets you record what you play on the keyboard as well as the movements of the knobs and sliders. The controller data can als
$599 Go to
American Musical Supply
Korg Kross 61 Key Mobile Synthesizer Workstation Keyboard
Korg Kross 61 Key Mobile Synthesizer Workstation Keyboard
The Korg Kross 61 Key Mobile Synthesizer Workstation Keyboard brings together world class piano, electric piano, and drum sounds taken from the flagship Korg keyboards, an easy to use interface and so much more, all at a great price! Features like a mic input, a built-in audio recorder, and the ability to run on 6 x AA batteries truly sets the Korg Kross 61 keyboard apart from all others. Korg Kross 61 Key Mobile Synthesizer Workstation Keyboard Features Stylish and distinctive red and black two-tone color design The lightweight body is only 9.5 lbs and can be powered by 6x AA batteries Piano, electric piano, and drum sounds that exceed its class A wide variety of sounds that utilize twice as much PCM memory as previous instruments Sound Selector makes it easy to find the sound you're looking for Favorites function lets you register 64 selected sounds or audio songs for one-touch access - great for live performance Pro-quality EDS-i sound engine built-in, with a total of seven effects available for simultaneous use External input jacks allow a mic or external audio source to be directly connected Quick Layer/Split function for on-the-fly versatility Stereo audio recorder allows you to record and overdub your performances and vocals Step sequencer inherited from the Electribe, a 16-track MIDI sequencer, a drum track, and an arpeggiator Connects to your computer via USB for plug-in integration with your favorite DAW The grand piano sounds of the Kross 61 features lavishly-sampled decays with three levels of velocity as well as reproducing the noises produced by the damper pedal, ensuring that every nuance of your performance is reflected in the sound. Also included are an upright piano, as well as distinctive sounds from Korg's famed SG-1D Sampling Grand and M1 Music Workstation. Korg loads in five classic electric piano sounds which are just as expressive as the acoustic piano sounds; they also include effect settings, giving you a complete package of the performance-ready sounds that you want. In addition, careful attention has been paid to the drum sounds that are indispensable for song production on a workstation, making them realistic and fresh. A wide variety of sounds The PCM data within the Kross 61 keyboard is approximately twice as large as preceding models such as the X50 and the PS60. Staples such as the frequently-used rock/jazz organ, strings, brass, and synth sounds have been brushed up. There are also instruments such as toy piano, accordion, combo organ, church organ, and even vintage instruments such as a tape sampler, as well as bell-type sounds and the sounds you need for cutting-edge dance music and electronica. Sound Selector makes it easy to find the sound you're looking for The two two dedicated dials of the Korg Kross let you easily find the sound you need. First use the category dial to choose the broad category such as piano, electric piano, organ, bell, synths, basses, or strings. Then turn the select dial to find the sound you want. It's a quick way to focus on selecting the needed sounds without being distracted by sounds of another type. Pro-quality EDS-i sound engine is built-in The EDS-i sound engine is a high-quality sound engine distilled from the EDS/EDS-X sound engines found on Korg’s most advanced instruments. It allows you to use a total of seven effects simultaneously: five insert effects and two master effects. Ranging from standards such as delay, reverb, chorus, flanger, and rotary speaker, and also including amp modeling powered by Korg's proprietary ‘REMS’ modeling technology, and even a robot voice
$700 Go to
American Musical Supply