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The E-A7 from Roland is a versatile 61-key arranger keyboard with over 1,500 tones from all over the world with a library of backing styles from Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and South America. It features WAV file import and onboard sampling functions, and is equipped with 156 dedicated buttons for fast access to commonly used functions.
Powerful arranger for live performance
If you’re a solo performer who needs an arranger keyboard as your backing band, you’ll be well served by the Roland E-A7. Practically all of your most-needed functions are assigned to dedicated buttons, and you have six faders for instant control over the volume of any instrument part. Assign one-shot audio samples or even MIDI phrases to the six pads, and trigger them anytime during your performance. And seven user-assignable buttons allow you instant access to anything else you want to do. When you’re performing live
Over 1,500 sounds, with backing styles from all over the world
From pianos, EPs, and organs to strings, brass, and more, the Roland E-A7 arranger keyboard has you covered with over 1,500 essential instrument sounds. You get a wide range of instruments from all over the world, too, including authentic sounds from Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. You’ll have a great selection of global backing styles too, created by top musicians from Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and South America. You could gig anywhere in the world with the E-A7, and you’d have the sounds and backing styles needed to fit right in.
Built-in song player supports WAV, MP3, and MIDI file playback
The built-in song player on the Roland E-A7 is just as useful for playing some music between sets as it is for importing pre-created MIDI files to play along with. It can even serve as an impromptu karaoke system: when using WAV files, you can use the Center Cancel feature to minimize the recorded vocals to leave room for your own voice. The song player can act as a recorder too, allowing you to record your entire performance as a WAV file and save it to a USB stick (not included).