Featured Category: Sound Modules

Sound modules are basically sound generators - or synthesisers, if you prefer - but without the keyboard, well, technically-speaking anyway. They are generally triggered by MIDI messages to produce its on-board sound.

Tell you what, if you need to know more about what a sound module is, and does, check out the MIDI synthesisers article


 
Submitted by thewhippinpost on Tue, 10/10/2006 - 18:21.

From Yamaha

Yamaha Motif Rack ES Sound Module

Instant inspiration!

Need lots of sonic choices? From authentic to innovative, there are 1,152 voices and 65 different drum kits in the MOTIF-Rack ES... t... read more

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Submitted by thewhippinpost on Tue, 10/10/2006 - 18:21.

From Yamaha

Yamaha PSRE303 61-Key MIDI Keyboard with Sequencer

The Yamaha PSRE303 is a 61-key MIDI Keyboard with an onboard 2-track recorder.

The PSRE303 is also loaded with 482 voices, including Yamaha's XGlite voice set (read more

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Submitted by thewhippinpost on Tue, 10/10/2006 - 18:20.

From Roland

Roland XV2020 64-Voice Expandable Synthesizer Module The XV-2020 64-Voice Expandable Synthesizer Module puts Roland's flagship XV sounds in a convenient half-rack design complete with USB. Expandable via 2 SRX-Series Wave Expansion Boards, it's like a p... read more
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Submitted by thewhippinpost on Tue, 10/10/2006 - 18:20.

From Roland

Roland Juno-D 61-Key Synthesizer Keyboard Roland proudly announces the Juno-D - the most competitively priced and full-featured synthesizer in its class. Hundreds of radio-ready sounds are packed into the Juno-D's jet-black metal chassis,... read more
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