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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2017 4:06 pm 
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the jx03 honestly felt the worst of the bunch to me. The knobs are so short, tiny and crammed together. pictures are deceiving.


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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Those tits certainly aren't boutique sized :D


Love boutique tits but no boutique instruments.

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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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TR-08 same stereo output as TR-09

I'm gonna wait a lil more to judge but for me the best boutique serie is the se-02.

I don't care the mini moog feel-like. it has it's own character.

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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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Best accesoire for the boutique series!


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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Tr-09, SH01 and SE02 could get you there pretty fast


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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think the 808 is quite cool, will try it at one point.

I'd get it over the miami or yocto

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Thies wrote:
Best accesoire for the boutique series!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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i wonder if they are thinking of doing XL versions in the future, just to milk it a little bit more..

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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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think the 808 is quite cool, will try it at one point.

I'd get it over the miami or yocto


No individual outs (beyond shit USB integration that evidently won't work with other interfaces present) kills it for me, sadly.


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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td3l wrote:
Alume wrote:
think the 808 is quite cool, will try it at one point.

I'd get it over the miami or yocto


No individual outs (beyond shit USB integration that evidently won't work with other interfaces present) kills it for me, sadly.



Yeah found that to be a bummer too. Though if the sound is spot on I'd give it a go once the second hand prices are stable.

Miami has vibe but it not the origional to my ears, the hats are too harsh. The yocto is simply to expensive.

I'd still consider the tiptop modules though as I dont need all the 808 sounds, just a few.

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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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The small size suits me well right now. I don't have enough space at home for much gear, and I like being able to stick my Ju-06 into a backpack and take it to work with me, so I can mess around on my lunch break. I haven't had any issues with the sliders, and I'm not pint sized (6'3"). That said, it would be really nice if Roland released 49/61 key 6/8-note polyphony versions of the Ju-06, Jx-03 and Jp-08. If the price was right, maybe $599 or so, people would definitely go for them.


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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The small size suits me well right now. I don't have enough space at home for much gear, and I like being able to stick my Ju-06 into a backpack and take it to work with me, so I can mess around on my lunch break. I haven't had any issues with the sliders, and I'm not pint sized (6'3"). That said, it would be really nice if Roland released 49/61 key 6/8-note polyphony versions of the Ju-06, Jx-03 and Jp-08. If the price was right, maybe $599 or so, people would definitely go for them.


That would take away sales from their System-8 so dont think they would do that.


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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PixelKind wrote:
The_G wrote:
The small size suits me well right now. I don't have enough space at home for much gear, and I like being able to stick my Ju-06 into a backpack and take it to work with me, so I can mess around on my lunch break. I haven't had any issues with the sliders, and I'm not pint sized (6'3"). That said, it would be really nice if Roland released 49/61 key 6/8-note polyphony versions of the Ju-06, Jx-03 and Jp-08. If the price was right, maybe $599 or so, people would definitely go for them.


That would take away sales from their System-8 so dont think they would do that.


I don't know...you could make the same argument for the Tr-08 taking away from the Tr-8, Tb-03 from the Tb-3, SH-01A from the System 1, etc. They don't seem to have an qualms about doing that, and they certainly don't have an issue milking the past for money.


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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Gonna try one in the shop this weekend.
Already know the micro machines sliders are going to be a problem, but worth a go anyway.

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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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Sounds good


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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Sound was never the problem with the boutiques...


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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erm.....ok, that wasn`t the point of the video but sure, let`s drag that out again.....

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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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I just meant that they all sound really good so far


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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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I didn't find the 909 convincing on the kicks. It's too stable.
But yeah, sound wise they have been great.
Just sick of the fucking toytown controls, they aren't really even at basic midi resolution.

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 Post subject: Re: Roland Boutique sh101 - It's Real
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seems like the tr-08 has 2 configurable analog mono outs. 1 can be assigned to kicks and toms and the other to the rest of the sounds

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