Several New Sound Demos Of The Roland SE-02 Analog Synthesizer

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For all those who can’t wait for the new Roland SE-02, several major music dealers have released video demos, where you can hear more about the character of the synth. In both released videos, the Roland product specialist David Ahlund gives you some sounds of the noisy and dirty side of the SE-02. In the first video, we heard only more clean analog sounds and these new sound demos really show good how different this new Roland Synthesizer can sound. 


  • Discrete analog circuitry with knob-per-function interface
  • Three voltage controlled oscillators with six waveforms
  • Temperature-stabilized oscillators with automatic tuning
  • 24 dB low-pass filter and dual gain-stage amplifier
  • Three types of cross modulation (XMOD), feedback loop, and noise generator
  • Tempo-syncing LFO with nine waveforms
  • Tempo-syncing digital delay with bypass to maintain analog signal path
  • Save and recall sounds with 384 preset and 128 user locations
  • Musical and intuitive pattern sequencer with song mode
  • Sequence notes, gate time, glide, and synth parameters
  • CV, VCF CV and gate inputs, plus trigger in/out
  • External Input for routing audio through the SE-02’s filter section
  • Standard MIDI, USB-MIDI, and USB-Audio
  • Create a polyphonic synth by using Chain Mode to connect two or more SE-02 together with MIDI

Available here for pre-order: Roland SE-02 Synthesizer

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