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    A collaborative effort from Roland and Studio Electronics, the SE-02 is the debut product of the new Roland Boutique Designer Series. The SE-02 uses authentic discrete analog circuitry to create a synthesizer with a distinctly vintage sound and vast programming options. With an array of high-quality knobs and switches and a uniquely creative onboard sequencer, the SE-02 delivers massive tone and texture with expressive hands-on control.

    Features
    • Discrete analog circuitry with knob-per-function interface
    • Three voltage controlled oscillators with six waveforms
    • Temperature-stabilized oscillators with automatic tuning
    • 24 dB low-pass filter and dual gain-stage amplifier
    • Three types of cross modulation (XMOD), feedback loop, and noise generator
    • Tempo-syncing LFO with nine waveforms
    • Tempo-syncing digital delay with bypass to maintain analog signal path
    • Save and recall sounds with 384 preset and 128 user locations
    • Musical and intuitive pattern sequencer with song mode
    • Sequence notes, gate time, glide, and synth parameters
    • CV, VCF CV and gate inputs, plus trigger in/out
    • External Input for routing audio through the SE-02’s filter section
    • Standard MIDI, USB-MIDI, and USB-Audio
    • Create a polyphonic synth by using Chain Mode to connect two or more SE-02s together via MIDI

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    • SE-02 Boutique Series Synthesizer Module
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