What songs used Roland d50?

What songs used Roland d50?

Songs that feature sounds from the D-50 include Eye No (Soundtrack), Alphabet Street (Steel Pick), Glam Slam (Arco Strings, Jete Strings), Positivity (Syn Marimba, DigitalNativeDance, Soundtrack), The Future (Gamelan Bell), Scandalous (Oriental Bell, Jete Strings, Arco Strings).

Is the Roland d50 analog?

The D-50 completely changed the synth landscape when it was released in 1987. Powered by Roland’s groundbreaking LA (Linear Arithmetic) synthesis engine, the instrument’s potent mixture of samples, virtual analog, and integrated effects allowed programmers to produce all manner of stunning sounds never heard before.

Who used Roland d50?

The D-50 was used in popular music by many artists including Jean-Michel Jarre, Prince, Sting, Michael Jackson and Enya.

When did the Roland D 50 come out?

The Roland D-50 is a synthesizer produced by Roland and released in April 1987. Its features include subtractive synthesis, on-board effects, a joystick for data manipulation, and an analogue synthesis-styled layout design.

How many patches are there for the Roland D50?

Linear Galaxy is a sound bank for the Roland D-50 & D-550 containing 64 new and original patches (8 banks of 8 patches). Linear Galaxy focuses mainly on atmospheric and ambient pad sounds demonstrating the full potential of the Roland D-50.

What kind of music can a Roland D50 be used for?

CL-Projects “Linear Universe”: Focuses mainly on atmospheric and ambient pad sounds demonstrating the full potential of the Roland D-50. These sounds are very well suited to be used in ambient and new age music but nothing can stop you from using these sounds in other types of music.

What are the names of the Roland D-50 soundbanks?

They are proposing two D-50 soundbanks: a bass sounds compilation named “Rippin’ Bass” (programmed by Scott) and a synth sounds mixed bag named “Unheard Synths” (programmed by Scott).

When did the first D-50 patch come out?

A collection of D-50 patches have also been published in diverse old late 80’s specialized issues. 1°/ The complete collection (50 patches) published in the “Keyboards Magazine” french version issues during the 1988-97 years. They are all readers’ creations.