Static Revenger AKA Dennis White – First Look at Integra-7

A long time advocate of Roland products, Static Revenger AKA Dennis White is an extremely prolific, in-demand musician. His work spans a wide number of musical genres and styles and is perhaps best known for his EDM (electronic dance music) hits. In using the INTEGRA-7, Dennis explains that his turn around time for his projects has significantly decreased. Dennis explains, “The best part of all is that sound processing by the INTEGRA-7 is done at the speed of thought and is a piece of gear that should be in every professional studio.”

For Dennis, the INTEGRA-7 is familiar. That’s because all of the sounds from the XV-5080 are on board, plus all 12 titles from the SRX Expansion libraries, including SRX-05 Supreme Dance with essential electro sounds from vintage TR-808 and -909 drum machines, SRX-06 Complete Orchestra with a huge collection of orchestral instruments and dramatic sound-effects, and SRX-09 World Collection that’s like an audio encyclopedia of ethnic instruments including rare, hard to find samples. The INTEGRA-7 is equipped with four virtual expansion slots, which can be used to load four SRX libraries simultaneously.

Best known for the current international dance hit ‘Turn The World On Feat. DEV,’ and platinum selling Dance hits ‘I Like That’ and ‘Happy People,’ as well as numerous number one remixes around the world for artists like Swedish House MafiaDEV, Madonna, and more, Static Revenger (aka Dennis White) enjoys international acclaim as a music producer and DJ, with support from the world’s biggest headliners and broadcasters. You can also check out his discography on his AllMusic profile.

Aside from his dance hits, Dennis also scores for film and television and is credited on Adam Sandler’s animated film Hotel Transylvania. Other film credits include The IllusionistHot Tub Time Machine, and others. On the television side, he’s worked on shows like American Idol, La Femme Nikita, Californication, and many more.

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