Sleek, Powerful, and Portable ... Roland Atelier AT350C

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Sleek, Powerful, and Portable ... Roland Atelier AT350C

Postby Mike Bracchi » 06 Feb 2014 17:53

ATELIER Combo AT-350C: Music Atelier

Sleek, Powerful, and Portable — Ideal for the Performing Musician. The Stylish, Travel-Friendly Combo Organ

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The ATELIER Combo AT-350C houses a “greatest hits” line-up of features and sounds, including authentic vintage organ, in a travel-friendly instrument made for the stage. Experience the magic of SuperNATURAL sounds and Virtual Tone Wheel technology under the real-time control of a double-manual keyboard and expressive controllers.

Harmonic bars provide a traditional organ experience, while the invisible D Beam controller takes you into the future. Add complete backing tracks to your live show with the built-in library of Musical Styles, or MIDI- or audio-file playback, all with interactive control. Bass can be played by foot with an optional pedal board. This boundary-breaking instrument sets a new standard in live-performance versatility and border-less musical expression for all ages and musical preferences.

    Stylish design, easy to transport
    Real-time performance features in a travel-friendly instrument that’s made for the stage
    Double-manual keyboard configuration: 49-key upper, 64-key lower
    Full harmonic bars for Upper, Lower, Solo, and Bass
    Higher-resolution voices powered by Roland’s acclaimed SuperNATURAL technology
    D-Beam provides unique sound control
    Optional accessories: KS-G8/KS-12 keyboard stands, PK-7A 20-key pedal board, PK-25A 25-key pedal board

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Easy Transport
Even though the ATELIER Combo is loaded with heavyweight features, it has been designed for convenient transport. Each component, including the double-manual keyboard unit, can be placed in a standard-size car — no truck required. For the ultimate solid-yet-portable rig, add Roland’s KS-G8 or KS-12 folding keyboard stand. (Sold separately).

Harmonic Bars
The ATELIER Combo shines on stage with its authentic vintage organ sounds, powered by Roland’s famous Virtual Tone Wheel technology. Physical harmonic bars provide hands-on control of Upper, Lower, Solo, and Bass. Get your hands on these expressive controls and create dynamic, professional organ performances!

Essential Sounds and Styles
In addition to its authentic vintage organs, the ATELIER Combo is packed with a world-class line-up of sounds and backing styles. Turn heads with the incredibly expressive SuperNATURAL trumpet, violin, and flamenco guitar, or the gorgeous grand piano and acoustic guitar, to name a few. All of these great sounds come to life under your fingertips as solo instruments or as components of the interactive Music Styles. Choose from the professionally programmed library of play-along Styles that span a variety of popular genres.

Expressive Add-ons
The ATELIER Combo is available in three setup configurations to match various performance styles and music genres. Purchase it as a keyboard-only rig with no pedal board, with a 20-key PK-7A pedal board, or with a 25-key PK-25A pedal board (pedal boards include an integrated expression pedal). When you’re ready to turn up the volume, plug into one of Roland’s great sounding SA-1000 or KC Series keyboard amplifiers, sold separately.

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USB Play
Expand your creativity with the ATELIER Combo’s USB functionality. Play along with commercially available music files, or even MIDI and WAV files downloaded from the Internet. The ATELIER Combo also lets you save your performance as audio data for easy transfer to a CD.





Keyboard
    Upper: 49 keys (C3 to C7) Lower: 64 keys (Waterfall keyboard, A1 to C7) Initial Touch: Upper, Lower (10 levels for each)
Sound Generator
    Conforms to GM2/GS/XGlite Max. Polyphony: 128
Voice
    243 Voices (including 15 SuperNATURAL Voices and 8 Active Expression Voices) Upper Part: Organ, Orchestral Lower Part: Lower Solo Part: Solo Pedal Part: Pedal Vintage Organ: Flute (with full harmonic bars)
Rhythm
    210 rhythms in 8 groups x 4 variations User Rhythm: 99 rhythms
Arranger Function
    Tempo, Arranger On/Off, Start/Stop, Sync Start, Intro, Ending, Intro Count Down, Break, Auto Fill In, Variation (4 variations), One Touch Program, Chord Intelligence, Leading Bass, Auto Standard Tempo
Music Assistant
    Over 240 titles x 4 variations
One Touch Program
    210 rhythms x 4 variations
Drums/SFX Sets
    17 Drum Sets + 1 SFX Set
Manual Percussion Sets
    7 sets
Harmony Intelligence
    18 types
Master Tuning
    415.3 to 466.2 Hz (Adjustable in Increments of 0.1 Hz)
Key Transpose
    -4 to +7 (in semitones)
Playback Transpose
    -6 to +5 (in semitones)
Effects
    Rotary Sound, RSS Reverb, Sustain, Vibrato, Glide, D Beam, Overdrive
Registration
    8 memories Function: Load Next, Registration Shift
Composer
    Tracks: 7 tracks Note Storage: Approx. 40,000 notes Song Length: Max. 999 measures Tempo: Quarter note = 20 to 500 Resolution: 120 ticks per quarter note Recording: Realtime (Replace) Audio Recording: WAV (44.1 kHz, 16-bit Linear Format)
File Storage
    Media: USB memory Save Song: USB memory: MUSIC ATELIER original format, SMF format 0, WAV Songs: Max. 99 songs for each folder
Display
    Graphic 128 x 64 dots backlit LCD
Connectors
    Main Out jacks (L/Mono, R) AUX Out jacks (L/Mono, R) Input jacks (L/Mono, R) Phones jack (stereo) Pedal jacks (Damper, Expression, Control) MIDI connectors (In, Out) PK In connector USB (MIDI) connector USB Memory connector DC In jack




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Re: Sleek, Powerful, and Portable ... Roland Atelier AT350C

Postby dragon » 06 Feb 2014 18:40

That sounds nice........................... Thinks..................................... Would Roland take a three piece suite in part exchange??????????????????????????????????????????? .. Fred
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Re: Sleek, Powerful, and Portable ... Roland Atelier AT350C

Postby Jon D » 26 Feb 2014 15:53

That was some performance Mike from a small Roland portable organ this is the perfect gigging machine great sound right up my street great post. 8) 8) 8)
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Hi there I have played from the age of 13 and all my music is played in a sort of dance tempo style.Have worked in nearly all the North East clubs over the years that give me a good grounding cheers.
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Re: Sleek, Powerful, and Portable ... Roland Atelier AT350C

Postby Mike Bracchi » 26 Feb 2014 15:59

More from Chuck Wright on the AT-350c

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