Roland XPS-30 Expandable Synthesizer

Roland’s JUNO synths are known everywhere for their great sound, ease of use, and exceptional value. The JUNO-DS61 & DS88 take the iconic series to a new level of performance. The XPS 30 is the same as the DS with changes to presets.

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Roland XPS-30 Expandable Synthesizer

Unread post by Saul » Mon Dec 21, 2015 5:41 pm

The Roland XPS 30 is actually the same keyboard as the Roland DS61. The only differences are in the presets.

The XPS-30 starts with the great feature set of the popular XPS-10 and adds many powerful enhancements that performing players will love. Stage essentials like acoustic and electric piano sound even better, and the internal waveform set can be easily expanded with free sound collections from Roland’s Axial website. The selection of regional instrument sounds has been increased as well, and more user samples can be imported thanks to the doubled onboard memory capacity. There’s also a built-in eight-track pattern sequencer for capturing songs and ideas, plus a convenient mic input with dedicated vocal effects.

*The XPS-30 is only available in certain regions.

Differences between the Roland Juno DS and Roland XPS-30

Roland XPS 30 Presets;
- Patches: Over 1400
- Drum kits: Over 35
- Performances: 28
* GM2 compatible sounds are included.

Roland Juno DS Presets;
- Patches: Over 1200
- Drum kits: Over 30
- Performances: 64
* GM2 compatible sounds are included.
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