Roland announces the latest addition to their MUSIC ATELIER family.
The AT-900 “Platinum Edition” features a newly-designed cabinet, expanded voice palette and features including SuperNATURAL sounds, new user interface, and Roland’s arranger technology.
The AT-900 “Platinum Edition” (AT-900P) is housed in a cabinet with a walnut finish. The new contoured shape and horseshoe design cabinet comes with a a wider sliding music stand.
Derived from the VK series combo organs, Roland’s Virtual Tone Wheel organ sound is exclusive to the AT-900P and is designed to offer authentic vintage organ tones and rotary characteristics.
The AT-900P features new arranger technology, new music styles, new main rhythm grooves, V-Drums, and orchestral voicing. Pipe organ voices are offered along with associated quick registration settings for classical music applications, and a 350 hymn tune library.
The AT-900P comes with renewed Music Assistant functions, Roland says. The new BMP file export function also allows for printing of arrangement scores.
Distributed by Roland, the AT-900P will be available in April 2012.
For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.