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roland-mv30-studio-m [2018-07-14 05:42]
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-I decided to open up this small support site for the Roland MV30 because I found that there was little information on it on the web. The Roland MV-30 is a portable music production system and has built-in midi sequencing capabilities (one of the earliest ones to include MIDI). This unit came with a built-in sound bank which includes some of the most famous sounds from Roland'​s 80's era synthesizers,​ and some percussion sounds, including some from the well known and respected TR-808 and TR-909 drum machines. For expandability,​ it has a 720 K floppy disk drive. It also has two SN-U110 ROM card slots which can be used to expand the available sounds of the system. ​+I decided to open up this small support site for the Roland MV30 because I found that there was little information on it on the web. The Roland MV-30 is a portable music production system and has built-in midi sequencing capabilities (one of the earliest ones). This unit came with a built-in sound bank which includes some of the most famous sounds from Roland'​s 80's era synthesizers,​ and some percussion sounds, including some from the well known and respected TR-808 and TR-909 drum machines. For expandability,​ it has a 720 K floppy disk drive. It also has two SN-U110 ROM card slots which can be used to expand the available sounds of the system. ​
  
 When the Roland MV30 first came out, it sold for around $2000. Nowadays units can be found for less than $100. The reason for this is because they they'​re usually found non-functioning. They also require a system diskette to boot up, and they can be hard to come by, so most non-functioning units are actually just working units with misplaced boot disks. ​ When the Roland MV30 first came out, it sold for around $2000. Nowadays units can be found for less than $100. The reason for this is because they they'​re usually found non-functioning. They also require a system diskette to boot up, and they can be hard to come by, so most non-functioning units are actually just working units with misplaced boot disks. ​
roland-mv30-studio-m.txt · Last modified: 2018-09-23 03:40 by omolini