Improvisation using Roland Handsonic

November 7, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Improvisation using Roland Handsonic, Irig Midi and Sampletank using acoustic studio guitar sound

Product description:

Roland’s flagship HandSonic 15 (HPD-15) is a revolutionary instrument. Simply, there is nothing else like it. There wasn’t anything like the HandSonic before its debut, and there hasn’t been anything like it since. Until now…. From the company that made electronic hand percussion world famous, Roland announces the second member of its HandSonic family: the HPD-10. More affordable and streamlined than its big brother, it offers the same great pad response that made the original HandSonic so popular, but with a specialized set of features and a fresh batch of sounds, rhythms, and effects.

  • – All-new sounds (approx. 400)
  • – Style Guide Metronome (new metronome function with backing rhythm patterns)
  • – 10 individual pads with pressure sensing
  • – Large icon-driven LCD
  • – D Beam controller for sound/pitch/effects control
  • – 20 multi-effects
  • – Rhythm Coach function

Comments

Comments are closed.

  • THE CAVE : Playlist

  • INSTAGRAM – ANALOG INDUSTRIAL ARTS

    • architecture berlin bundestag circle crossing bridge modernistic
    • stairs staircase solitude contrast stockholm sthlm stureplan narrow facade brickshellip
    • reflection forest pond pattern abstractart naturalistic waters profound plight premonition
    • chiswick london enterprise urban metropolis blackandwhite architecture
    • satellite communication digitalart contrast space ufo information
    • architecture abstractart ambient texture dsseldorf
    • london underground tube arty construction architecture glassroof contrast earlscourt
    • tokyobynight paris eiffeltower nippon skyline skyscraper architecture golden
    • paris tunnel highway grafitti blurred communication montreuil
    • akihabara tokyo manga anime downtown streetlife gaming sega 8bit
    • shibuya nippon crossing blackandwhite contrast crowd
    • tokyo akihabara london fish japan nippon shinagawa park shinto sacred
Get Adobe Flash player