Roland GAIA SH-01 synthesizer Features:
- 3 Complete Virtual Analog Synths
- 64 Note Polyphony
- 3 Oscillators
- 3 Multi-Mode Resonant Filters, LFO’s and Amplifiers, Plus 9 Envelope Generators
- D-Beam Sensor
- Combined Pitch Bender and Modulation Controller
- Comprehensive Selection of Effects Including: Reverb, Distortion, Fuzz, Bit Crash, Flanger, Phaser, Pitch Shifter, Low Boost, and Delay with Panning and Tempo Sync.
- Up to 5 Simultaneous Effects
- Experession Pedal Input on 1/4″ Jack
- Full USB DAW Compatibility for Midi Data, and Storing Patches and Phrases To USB Flash Drive
- External Input for Playback of External Sources
With three complete synths, 64-note polyphony, three oscillators per voice, 9 envelope generators + effects, the Roland GAIA has some serious brains to go along with its knobtacular body.
Best of all – they expect this to sell at a street prices of about $650.
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Roland GAIA SH-01 Description:
Get your teeth into the new triple-stacked virtual analogue engine, comprising three complete synths with 64 note polyphony for incredibly thick, powerful sound. Unleash the three oscillators that drive a trio of multimode, resonant filters, multi-shape LFOs, and amplifiers, plus nine envelope generators.
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.
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 and allows hands-on control during performance.
Connect directly to a computer (Mac or PC) with one simple USB cable, and stream audio directly to the software of your choice. GAIA’s USB port can also be used to transmit and receive MIDI data, and to store your patches and phrases (recorded with the Phrase Recorder) to a USB memory stick. And for integrating with other external devices, the EXT input lets you connect external audio sources such as an MP3-player to play along with your favorite songs or backing tracks.
At less than 5kg, GAIA is lightweight, compact, and great for musicians on the go. The 37-note keyboard is full size, so performers can play naturally and comfortably. The synth can be powered via AC or batteries for the ultimate in portable convenience.