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Roland Boutique Bundle 03 with VP-03, TB-03, TR-03 & DK-01 Dock

Including VP-03 Vocoder, TB-03 Bass Line, TR-03 Rhythm Composer & DK-01 Boutique Dock, Collectors Bundle

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Boutique Bundle 03 with VP-03, TB-03, TR-03 & DK-01 Dock description:

The Roland Boutique Bundle 03 with VP-03, TB-03, TR-03 & DK-01 Dock is a collector’s bundle featuring the 2016 re-issue editions of Roland’s classic synth modules and a dedicated docking station to house them in. The Boutique range stays true to the original vision and style of classic-era modules but adds subtle modern features to ensure their relevance in a modern context.

 

The Roland Boutique TR-09 Rhythm Composer is the legendary sound of the TR-909 in the palm of your hand. The influence of the TR-909 drum machine is still heard—and felt—more than three decades after it was launched. Now, the 909 sound is available as part of the Roland Boutique series in the form of the TR-09. Featuring the same front-panel layout and user interface of the original, the TR-09 is powered by Roland’s ACB technology, delivering the speaker-pummelling power of the TR-909 in a super-affordable and portable format. Offering precise control over an array of drum parameters and the ability to keep playing when switching modes, the TR-09 may be compact, but it still has the power to move people. Studio sessions are well catered for too, with four separate outputs via USB audio, external instrument control via a trigger output, and USB MIDI.

The original TR-909 blended analogue kick, snare and tom drums with 6-bit samples for the hi-hats and cymbals. This hybrid approach to sound generation meant that the 909 sounded like no other drum machine. Accurately recreating such an influential sound while retaining the ability to edit and tweak the various parameters is only possible via Roland’s ACB (Analog Circuit Behaviour) technology, which is also found in the popular AIRA series.

Dedicated TR-909 users will recognise the classic TR-REC style of programming found in the TR-09, with a choice of Step or Tap write modes. You can even change modes while the pattern continues playing, something not possible on the original. The TR-09 sequencer has 16 steps, and each has 16 sub-steps so you can fine-tune your performances. And just like the original TR-909, the Shuffle/Flam parameter can be selected using the buttons—but if you need greater control, simply use the display and rotary encoder to perfect your pattern.

The TR-09 is designed to easily connect with other gear. The main stereo mini-jack output can also be reconfigured to send the selected instrument to the right channel, with the other instruments output to the left. A mix input routes external audio through the main outputs, while the trigger output lets the TR-09 drive vintage analogue synths such as the SH-101 or JX-3P, or modern gear like the current SYSTEM-500 modular series. Sync and control other gear via standard MIDI ports or USB, and even send the audio of four individual drum parts via USB to continue working in your favourite DAW.

Some of the best music is made away from the studio, so the Roland Boutique series runs on 4 x AA batteries, ready for when inspiration strikes. Alternatively, you can power the TR-09 with USB bus power.

Via its USB port, the TR-09 also functions as a high-quality 24-bit/96 kHz audio interface, providing a simple and reliable way of recording directly to your DAW application. You can even send individual drums to separate channels, thanks to the TR-09’s four discrete outputs over USB. Saving your favourite settings and sequencer patterns is easy too via the USB data backup function.

The main features of the Roland Boutique TR-09 Rhythm Composer include:

  • Ultra-Compact
  • Recreation of the Iconic TR-909 Drum Machine
  • Authentic User Interface Faithful to the Original TR-909
  • Control Parameters (Tune, Level, Decay, etc.)
  • Programmable Step and Tap Write Modes
  • Continuous Playing Between Write and Play Modes
  • 4 x Separate Outputs via USB Audio
  • Trigger Output for Controlling External Instruments
  • High-Quality Construction with Metal Front Panel
  • Highly Portable
  • Battery-Operated (4 x AA) or USB Powered
  • 24-bit/96 kHz Stereo In/Out USB Audio Interface
  • Built-In Powered Mini-Speaker
  • Compatible with Optional K-25m Keyboard Unit

 

The Roland Boutique VP-03 Vocoder is the iconic VP-330 in the palm of your hand. The VP-03 is a miniature version of the VP-330 Vocoder Plus, one of the most popular vocoders ever made. Part of the Roland Boutique series, the VP-03 brings together the worlds of synthesized sound and the human voice, using the latest ACB technology to accurately emulate the sound that made the original so influential. The VP-03 has the VP-330’s vocoder, human voice and strings sound sources on board, and comes with a gooseneck microphone. And when paired with the optional K-25m Keyboard Unit, you’ve got the authentic VP-330 vibe in a reliable, low-cost setup that’s highly portable. There are new features too, including 16 Chord Memory setups and a Voice Step Sequencer for even more creative potential. Whether you want the classic, electro-infused “talking robot” sound or the expressive power of shaping synth sounds with the human voice, the VP-03 puts it all at your fingertips.

The VP-03 includes a new Voice Step Sequencer not included in the original VP-330, which allows you to input a single note, chord, or your voice into each of the 16 steps, with each step comprising up to six notes. The result is a distinctive rhythmic effect that brings dynamic motion to the VP-03. You can use a series of functions to change the order of steps within the sequence for unpredictable and inspiring results. Saving your best sequences to a computer via USB is easy using the backup/restore function.

Another new function not found in the original VP-330 is Chord Memory, which lets you play back chords using just one finger. With 16 locations available, you can quickly store and recall your favourite chords using one of the 16 step buttons. You can also create your own chords and save them into these locations, and back them up to your computer using the backup/restore function.

In addition to line and headphone outputs (both in mini-jack format), the VP-03 is equipped with a full-size XLR mic input. Simply connect the supplied gooseneck mic to fully unlock the VP-03’s creative potential, using your voice (or any other sound) to filter and shape the onboard synthesized sounds. You can also connect the VP-03 to other devices, either through the standard MIDI In/Out ports or via a Micro-B USB connection that handles both audio and MIDI data.

The VP-03 works especially well with the K-25m, an optional 25-note keyboard that takes your music making to the next level. Once docked in the keyboard, the module’s front panel adjusts to three positions for convenient access to the knobs and sliders. Just attach the included gooseneck mic and you’re ready to go.

Some of the best music is made away from the studio, so the Roland Boutique series runs on 4 x AA batteries, ready for when inspiration strikes. Alternatively, you can use the VP-03 with USB bus power. Incredibly portable, the VP-03 weighs just 940 g/33 oz. with the batteries installed.

Via its USB port, the VP-03 also functions as a high-quality 24-bit/96 kHz audio interface, providing a simple and reliable way of recording directly to your DAW application. You can keep your favourite settings and voice step sequencer patterns safe too via the USB data backup function.

The main features of the Roland Boutique VP-03 Vocoder include:

  • Ultra-Compact
  • Recreation of the Iconic VP-330 Vocoder Plus 
  • User Interface faithful to the Original VP-330
  • Gooseneck XLR Mic Included
  • New Features (Voice Step Sequencer and Chord Memory)
  • High-Quality Construction with Metal Front Panel
  • Highly Portable
  • Battery-Operated (4 x AA) or USB Powered
  • 24-bit/96 kHz Stereo In/Out USB Audio Interface
  • Built-In Powered Mini-Speaker
  • Dual Ribbon Controllers for Pitch Bend, Modulation and One-Touch Sound Preview
  • Compatible with Optional K-25m Keyboard Unit and DK-01 Docking Case

 

The Roland Boutique TB-03 Bass Line is the classic sound of the TB-303 in the palm of your hand. The battery-powered TB-03 is a direct descendant of the famous TB-303 Bass Line Synth. The layout and controls are unchanged, so it works just like the original. It sounds like it too, thanks to Roland’s advanced ACB technology that recreates the hypnotic liquid grooves of the magic silver box. But the new TB-03 goes even further, with several enhancements not found on the original model. The four-digit LED display makes programming easier and more accurate, while overdrive and delay effects let you unleash a twisted, tribal wall of sound. Back in the studio, the TB-03 can send control information via MIDI or its USB port, the latter of which also functions as a 24-bit/96 kHz audio interface. 

You know when you hear a TB-303—a hypnotic, tribal sound that works best in dark, crowded rooms with big sound systems. Using the same ACB (Analog Circuit Behaviour) technology from the acclaimed AIRA series, the TB-03 accurately emulates the expressive, slippery sound of its older brother, and even adds a few surprises. Saw and square waveforms are available, along with all of the rotary control knobs that help shape the 303’s unique character including tuning, cutoff, resonance, envelop mod, decay, and accent.

The TB-03 includes several enhancements over the original TB-303. Firstly, the four-digit LED display makes programming easier and more detailed, since you now have a visual representation of the value being edited. Then there are a variety of overdrive, delay, and reverb effects that dramatically change the mood and tone of the TB-03, going from smooth to spiky to squealing. Programming patterns is also easier thanks to newly added functions that include step write, shuffle, and fine tempo control. Finally, the inclusion of MIDI and USB ports mean that the TB-03 can send and receive control information and connect easily to computer-based DAWs.

If you’re familiar with the TB-303’s programming method, then you’ll feel right at home with the TB-03. The original Pitch and Time write modes are included, along with an all-new Step mode. Pattern programming is also enhanced by the LED display, which shows the current step in the sequence as well as showing fine tempo values (such as 125.5 BPM). The internal sequencer can be triggered externally via the trigger input, and you can even switch between write and play modes without stopping pattern playback, opening up new possibilities for live performance.

The TB-03 includes MIDI In/Out ports and USB, allowing control information to be exchanged with other instruments and devices. This turns the TB-03 into a versatile controller, especially as you can use the CV/Gate output to control external analogue gear and modular synthesizers. This level of control works both ways, thanks to the trigger input that lets external gear drive the TB-03’s internal sequencer. Once connected to a PC or Mac, both audio and MIDI data can be sent through the USB port.

Some of the best music is made away from the studio, so the Roland Boutique series runs on 4 x AA batteries, ready for when inspiration strikes. Alternatively, the TB-03 can run on USB bus power.

Via its USB port, the TB-03 functions as a high-quality 24-bit/96 kHz audio interface, providing a simple and reliable way of recording directly to your DAW application. You can keep your favourite settings and sequencer patterns safe too via the USB data backup function.

The main features of the Roland Boutique TB-03 Bass Line include:

  • Realistic Recreation of the Iconic TB-303 Bass Line Synth
  • User Interface Faithful to the Original TB-303
  • Control Parameters (Cutoff, Resonance, Envelope Mod, Decay, and Accent)
  • New Features including Four-Digit LED Display, Overdrive and Delay Effects, MIDI, Fine Tempo Control and Additional Functions for Pattern Creation
  • Programmable via Classic Pitch, Time and Step Write Modes
  • Continuous Playing Between Write and Play Modes
  • CV/Gate Outputs for Controlling Vintage Analogue Gear and Modular Synthesizers
  • Dedicated Trigger Input
  • Highly Portable
  • High-Quality Construction with Metal Front Panel
  • Battery-Operated (4 x AA) or USB Powered
  • 24 bit/96 kHz Stereo In/Out USB Audio Interface
  • Control Information can be Sent and Received via MIDI and USB
  • Built-In Powered Mini-Speaker
  • Compatible with Optional K-25m Keyboard Unit

 

The DK-01 Boutique Dock Case and Tilt Stand for Roland Boutique Modules is a simple, elegant case for mounting a Roland Boutique module. Once docked in place, the module can be used in a flat position, or tilted to two different angles for easier viewing and sound programming.

The main features of the DK-01 Boutique Dock Case and Tilt Stand for Roland Boutique Modules include:

  • Simple Docking Case for Roland Boutique Series Modules
  • Fast and Easy Docking for Modules
  • Two-Position Tilt Stand for Easy Panel Access

Manufacturer: Roland

This page first created on: 19/09/2016

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