Roland SH-4d

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Compact, powerful, and loaded with deep, professional synthesis tools for designing the sounds of the future and past, the SH-4d Synthesizer from Roland is a desktop powerhouse, built to provide users with a hands-on workflow, multitimbral pattern sequencing, extensive effects, and much more. The creative potential of the SH-4d is nearly unlimited, with 11 varied oscillator models, ranging from vintage Roland synths, like the Juno-106 and SH-101, to cutting-edge digital textures and with dynamic controls, motion recording, a unique visual arpeggiator, an advanced modulation matrix, and an innovative D-Motion function that lets you create performance effects from physical movement of the synth, it's easier than ever to craft spontaneous musical moments and evolving compositions.
The SH-4d sports 32 knobs, four sliders, a two-plus octave button keyboard, 5-part multitimbrality (four synth parts, one rhythm part), and 256 user sound patches with 128 patterns. With 60-voice polyphony and an incredibly intuitive interface that reconfigures on-the-fly for whatever function you need, there are simply no limits on your creativity. This rugged, portable synth is USB-C bus or battery powered and includes a USB-C to USB-A cable and four AA batteries to get you started.
  • Compact Multi-Engine Synthesizer
  • 11 OSC Models
  • 5-Part Multitimbrality: 4 Tones + Rhythm
  • 60-Voice Max Polyphony
  • 256 User Sound Patches, 128 Patterns
  • Two-Plus Octave Range Button Keyboard
  • Step Sequencer Buttons, D-Motion Sensor
  • Multi-FX: Five Systems with 93 Types
  • Visual Arpeggiator, Motion Recording
  • USB-C or Battery Power
What's in the box?
  • Roland SH-4d
  • USB-C to USB-A Cable
  • 4 x AA Alkaline Battery
Type Digital
Polyphony Polyphonic
Features Sequencer, Arpeggiator, Oscillator
Outer Dimensions 36 x 19.5 x 6.6 cm
Weight 1.7 kg

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