SRX-10: Big Brass Ensemble Exp. Board
The SRX-10 Big Brass Ensemble provides a superb collection of brass sounds suited for pop music, film scoring, classical, and more. Each of the SRX-10’s Patches captures the true articulations and feel of traditional brass instruments and ensembles — including realistic “falls” — allowing composers to arrange brass parts with startling realism.
Create Realistic Brass Arrangements
- High-quality wave expansion board with instant access to realistic brass sounds
- Patches include a variety of individual instruments and brass sections
- Waveforms capture true articulations and feel, such as falls, etc.
- Great for numerous musical styles and applications, including pop music, rock, film scoring, and classical arrangements
Roland’s SRX-Series has earned a reputation for offering nothing but the finest sounds, and the new SRX-10 “Big Brass Ensemble” is no exception. This high-quality expansion can be used to create rich, dynamic brass arrangements—especially when used with the 128-voice Fantom-X Series and other SRX-Series expansions like SRX-04 “Symphonique Strings” and SRX-06 “Complete Orchestra.”Superior Programming for Better Sounds
Tired of scrolling through hundreds of useless CD-ROM sounds? Each of the SRX-10’s Patches gives players instant access to the perfect brass sound—including trumpets, trombones, French horn and tuba—with realistic falls. Whether arranging a pop or rock tune, film score, or even classical music, you’ll find this collection indispensable. With multiple velocity switches and waveforms that capture every nuance of real brass instruments, your music will truly come alive.
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- User-installable Board Compatibility Guide
- Selecting SRX Expansion Sounds via MIDI