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Tuesday, September 3, 2013


SD-1000The SD1000 sound modules offers all the timbre sounds required to perfectly play back musical files in General Midi standard and Kar.  It also has other additional sound banks with an incredible variety of Orchestral Voices: Grand Piano Stereo over 88 notes, acoustic and electric guitars, brass and saxophones of unique quality, sample organs, accordions, bass instruments, strings, acoustic and electronic Drum Sets and more!

The SD1000 also offers an outstanding number of audio Loops of Drums and Percussions, split up into the widest variety of musical genres, which certainly make the SD1000 stand out from other similar modules.

The module’s top application is when it is combined with a MIDI player (such as KETRON MIDJAY for example), or with a sequencer on computer (Logic, Cubase, Cakewalk and others), but it can also be connected to Master keyboards or multi-purpose Keyboards (Arranger, Synth, Digital pianos, etc.).

Thanks to its integrated USB port, it can be easily connected to a laptop and used in the world of musical entertainment to play back Midifiles or to improve the poor sound quality of the integrated audio boards in personal computers.

Thanks to two separate MIDI ports (2x16 channels), it can play back 2 different midifiles simultaneously, so that it is possible to mix two different songs directly or switch gradually from one to another.

It has never been so easy to create a top quality yet inexpensive entertainment station so quickly, reliably and safely!

Need a sound module like the SD-1000 to reduce latency and playback MIDI, but want to spend a lot less than $600?  Check out the PianoBox II instead!

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