Roland XP-30 Expandable synthesizer


The Roland XP-30 Expandable Synthesizer is a digital synthesizer released by Roland in 1998. It is a 61-key, velocity-sensitive keyboard with a built-in sequencer and a wide range of sounds. It has been used by a variety of artists, including Nine Inch Nails, The Prodigy, and The Chemical Brothers.

The XP-30 works by combining digital samples with analog synthesis. It has a wide range of sounds, including acoustic instruments, drums, and synthesizers. It also has a variety of effects, including reverb, chorus, and delay. It has a built-in sequencer that can be used to create and store patterns and songs. It also has a variety of performance features, such as arpeggiators and a pitch bend wheel.

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