The upcoming Roland JD-XA synthesizer is an analog/digital cross-over synth similar to the JD-Xi, but with a whole lot more going on under the hood. It’s got 4 analog parts, each with 2 independent oscillators. Then there’s the digital section too, where each part can have 3 partials. What this means for us is that you can create some pretty big sounds.
Here's Dan Taman, from Roland UK, showing us just a little of what it can do at Brighton Music Conference 2015 (video by Anna):
We were really impressed by the sounds... and off video Dan showed us the 16-step sequencer too…
Learn more about the Roland JD-XA here.
Stay tuned to AskAudio for a review as soon as we can get our hands on one.