Roland XP-80 Music Workstation


The Roland XP-80 Music Workstation is a digital synthesizer and sequencer released by Roland in 1994. It is a powerful and versatile instrument that has been used by many professional musicians, including Nine Inch Nails, The Prodigy, and The Chemical Brothers.

The XP-80 features a 61-key velocity-sensitive keyboard, 16-track sequencer, and a variety of sound-generating capabilities. It has a built-in 16-part multitimbral synthesizer, a drum machine, and a variety of effects. It also has a built-in arpeggiator and a variety of real-time controllers, such as a joystick and a ribbon controller.

The XP-80 is capable of producing a wide range of sounds, from classic analog synthesizer sounds to modern digital sounds. It also has a variety of features that make it easy to create and edit music, such as a built-in step sequencer and a variety of editing tools. The XP-80 also has a built-in MIDI interface, allowing it to be connected to other MIDI devices.

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