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FP User's review - Roland RD-150

Nothing missing as such, but now the price has fallen I'd be inclined to go with the better specced and sampling XV 5080

Price paid

£1300

UTILIZATION

I have had no problems and I'm not all that techie. The manual is not bad, and being able to search for sounds by genre is useful, as is the considerable number of buttons, allowing you to access each part individually.

I have had no problems, but have not taken it gigging.

SOUNDS

Unexpanded, it is a very good all round palette of sounds. Useful for building up tracks, but none of the sounds really jump out as completely unique however good.

OVERALL OPINION

I would certainly miss not having it around. Currently it is used for the main part of most of my songs, but these parts generally need replacing with real synths and live basses. If it was stolen or broken, I would buy the 5080 to replace it. This series of sound modules is found in many studios, and it's easy to see why - it is a staple for making songs.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 5-, 2002)