Roland SYSTEM-1M

Roland SYSTEM-1M manual

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  • Top Panel
    1
    LFO
    Here you can create cyclic change (modulation) in the sound by applying vibrato (pitch modulation) or
    tremolo (volume modulation).
    Controller Explanation
    Wave knob
    Selects the LFO waveform.
    R (Sine wave), S (Triangle wave), T (Sawtooth wave), U (Square wave),
    W (Sample and Hold), RND (Random wave)
    [FADE TIME] knob
    Species the time from when the tone sounds until
    the LFO reaches its maximum amplitude.
    [RATE] knob Determines the speed of the LFO.
    [PITCH] knob Allows the LFO to modulate the pitch, producing a vibrato eect.
    [FILTER] knob Allows the LFO to modulate the FILTER CUTOFF (cuto frequency),
    [AMP] knob
    Allows the LFO to modulate the AMP LEVEL (volume), producing a tremolo
    eect.
    [LFO KEY TRIG]
    button
    Species whether the LFO cycle will be synchronized to begin when the key is
    pressed (ON) or not (OFF).
    2
    OSC 1/OSC 2
    Here you can select the waveform that determines the character of the sound, and specify its pitch. The
    SYSTEM-1m has two oscillators (OSC 1 and OSC 2).
    Controller Explanation
    Wave knob
    Selects the waveform that is the basis of the sound.
    T (Sawtooth wave), U (Square wave), S (Triangle wave),
    (Sawtooth wave 2), (Square wave 2), (Triangle wave 2)
    The newly added basic waveforms
    Ver. 1.2
    To select the basic waveforms that were added, hold down the [LEGATO]
    button and turn the OSC 1/OSC 2 waveform knob.
    T
    (Noise Saw),
    U
    (Logic Operation),
    S
    (FM),
    (FM + Sync), (Vowel), (CB)
    [COLOR] knob The result depends on the waveform.
    [MOD] knob
    Selects the source that modulates the [COLOR] knob.
    MAN
    The sound is determined by the position of the [COLOR] knob. It will
    not vary over time.
    LFO
    The sound varies over time at the rate specied in the
    1
    LFO
    section.
    P. ENV
    The sound changes over time according to the envelope of the
    6
    PITCH section.
    F. ENV
    The sound changes over time according to the envelope of the
    7
    FILTER section.
    A. ENV
    The sound changes over time according to the envelope of the
    8
    AMP section.
    S. OSC
    The sound changes over time according to the frequency of the
    sub-oscillator.
    Octave (feet) knob Species the octave of the oscillator.
    [CROSS MOD] knob
    Modies the OSC 1 frequency according to the OSC 2 waveform. Turning the
    knob toward the right makes OSC 1 become a more complex sound, allowing
    you to create metallic sounds or sound eects.
    [FINE TUNE] knob
    Adjusts the pitch of the oscillator.
    Coarse Tune
    Adjusts the pitch in semitone steps.
    &
    “Other Functions”Adjusting the OSC 2 Coarse Tune”
    [RING] button
    This is a ring modulator. It generates a complex
    waveform by multiplying OSC 1 and OSC 2.
    [SYNC] button
    This is oscillator sync. It generates a complex
    waveform by forcibly resetting OSC 2 to the
    beginning of its cycle in synchronization with
    the OSC 1 frequency.
    3
    PLUG-OUT
    What is “plug-out”?
    5 A separately sold plug-out compatible software synthesizer can be downloaded to this unit,
    allowing you to play this unit by itself.
    5 The plug-out compatible software synthesizer can also be used as a plug-in synthesizer on your
    computer.
    5 For details on dedicated plug-out software synthesizers and how to obtain them, and on the
    operating requirements, refer to the Roland website.
    & http://roland.cm/sys1mpg
    Controller Explanation
    [PLUG-OUT] button
    If the [PLUG-OUT] button is o, this unit will operate as a SYSTEM-1m
    synthesizer. If the [PLUG-OUT] button is on, this unit will operate in “plug-out”
    mode.
    4
    MIXER
    Here you can adjust the volume of OSC 1, OSC 2, the sub-oscillator (an oscillator that produces a sound
    one or two octaves lower), and noise.
    Controller Explanation
    [OSC 1] knob Adjusts the volume of the OSC 1.
    [OSC 2] knob Adjusts the volume of the OSC 2.
    [SUB OSC] knob Adjusts the volume of the sub oscillator.
    [OSC TYPE] button
    Selects the type of the sub oscillator.
    Lit: Sound one octave below, Unlit: Sound two octaves below
    [NOISE] knob Adjusts the volume of the noise.
    [NOISE TYPE] button
    Selects the type of the noise.
    Lit: white noise, Unlit: pink noise
    5
    LEGATO, MONO
    Here you can make the following settings for the SYSTEM-1m.
    Controller Explanation
    [LEGATO] button
    Applies portamento only when you play legato (i.e., when you press the next
    key before releasing the previous key).
    [MONO] button
    If this is on (lit), the synth will play monophonically (single notes).
    If this is blinking, the synth will play all sounds in unison (UNISON mode).
    6
    PITCH
    Here you can create time-varying change (envelope) for pitch.
    Controller Explanation
    [PORTAMENTO] knob
    Creates a smooth change in pitch between one key and the next key played.
    The knob adjusts the time required for the pitch change.
    [ENV] knob
    If this knob is turned toward the right, the pitch initially becomes higher and
    then returns to the pitch of the key you pressed.
    If this knob is turned toward the left, the pitch initially becomes lower and
    then returns to the pitch of the key you pressed.
    [A] slider
    These sliders operate similarly to the [A][D] sliders of the
    8
    AMP section (they
    aect the pitch rather than the volume).
    [D] slider
    7
    FILTER
    These settings determine the brightness and thickness of the sound. Here you can also specify the
    time-varying change (envelope) for the lter.
    Controller Explanation
    [LPF CUTOFF] knob
    Species the cuto frequency of the low-pass lter. Frequency components
    above the cuto frequency are cut, making the sound mellower.
    [LPF TYPE] button
    Selects the slope (steepness) of the
    low-pass lter.
    Lit: -12 dB, Unlit: -24 dB
    [HPF CUTOFF] knob
    Species the cuto frequency of the high-pass lter. Frequency components
    below the cuto frequency are cut.
    [RESO] knob
    Resonance boosts the sound in the region of the lter’s cuto frequency.
    Higher settings produce stronger emphasis, creating a distinctively
    “synthesizer-like” sound.
    [ENV] knob
    This knob species the depth and direction of the cuto frequency change
    produced by the [A], [D], [S], and [R] sliders.
    If the knob is turned toward the right, the cuto frequency moves in the
    upward direction.
    If the knob is turned toward the left, the cuto frequency moves in the
    downward direction.
    [KEY] knob
    Allows the lter cuto frequency to vary according to the key that you play.
    If the knob is turned toward the right, the cuto frequency becomes higher as
    you play higher notes.
    If the knob is turned toward the left, the cuto frequency becomes lower as
    you play higher notes.
    [A] slider
    These sliders operate similarly to the [A][D][S][R] sliders of the
    8
    AMP section
    (they aect the cuto frequency rather than the volume).
    [D] slider
    [S] slider
    [R] slider
    8
    AMP
    Here you can create time-varying change (envelope) for the volume.
    Controller Explanation
    [TONE] knob Adjusts the brightness of the sound.
    [CRUSHER] knob Modies the tonal character by distorting the waveform.
    [VOLUME] knob Adjusts the volume.
    [A] slider
    (Attack time)
    Species the time from the moment you press the
    key until the maximum volume is reached.
    [D] slider
    (Decay time)
    Species the time from when the maximum volume
    is reached, until it decays to the sustain level.
    [S] slider
    (Sustain level)
    Species the volume level that will be maintained
    from when the attack and decay times have elapsed
    until you release the key.
    [R] slider
    (Release time)
    Species the time from when you release the key
    until the volume reaches its minimum value.
    9
    EFX
    Here you can adjust the amount of reverb and delay.
    Controller Explanation
    [REVERB] knob Adds reverberation.
    [DELAY] knob Adjusts the volume of delay sound.
    [TIME] knob Adjusts the delay time (the time by which the sound is delayed).
    10
    TEMPO
    Here you can make the tempo settings.
    Controller Explanation
    [TEMPO] knob
    Sets the tempo. The LED blinks at the tempo you specied.
    * If MIDI clock is being input to the MIDI IN connector or the USB port, the
    SYSTEM-1m’s tempo will automatically synchronize to MIDI clock.
    & “MIDI and Other Settings”“MIDI Clock Source
    [TEMPO SYNC]
    button
    Synchronizes the RATE of the
    1
    LFO section and the delay time (TIME) of the
    9
    EFX section to the tempo.
    11
    MEMORY
    What is “Memory/Bank”?
    You can store/recall up to 64 sets (8 memories x 8 banks) of panel settings (knobs/sliders).
    Ver. 1.2
    Controller Explanation
    [WRITE] button Stores the panel settings in memory.
    [SELECT] knob Recalls a memory (panel settings).
    Display Shows the memory number, etc.
    To recall settings (a sound) from the memory
    1. If you want to switch banks, hold down the [PLUG-OUT] button and turn the [SELECT] knob to
    select a bank (1–8).
    Ver. 1.2
    - appears on the display.
    * You can skip this step if you do not want to switch banks.
    2. Turn the [SELECT] knob to select a memory number, and then press the knob to conrm.
    Value: N (Manual), 1–8
    The number blinks while you’re selecting it.
    If you decide to cancel your selection, just select the original bank/memory.
    What is “Manual mode”?
    Causes sound to be produced according to the current settings of the knobs and sliders.
    To store panel settings in the memory
    When you edit the memory settings, the dot will appear in the display.
    1. Press the [WRITE] button.
    The [WRITE] button lights.
    If you decide to cancel the Write operation, press the [WRITE] button once again.
    The number (1–8) of the selected memory blinks.
    If N (manual) is selected, the number 1 blinks.
    2. If you want to switch banks, hold down the [PLUG-OUT] button and turn the [SELECT] knob to
    select a bank (1–8).
    Ver. 1.2
    - appears on the display.
    * You can skip this step if you do not want to switch banks.
    3. Turn the [SELECT] knob to select the writing-destination memory (1–8), and then press the knob
    to store the settings.
    Connecting Your Equipment (Jack Area)
    * To prevent malfunction and equipment failure, always turn down the volume, and turn o all the
    units before making any connections.
    * The input/output jacks in the jack area are used for MONO mode
    5
    .
    The input/output jacks that can be used are illuminated.
    Red: Audio signal, Blue: Control signal
    * The state of each input jack (connected or disconnected) is stored in memory.
    Input jacks in which a plug is not inserted when settings are written are stored in memory as
    disconnected jacks. Even if a plug is inserted into a disconnected jack when that memory is
    recalled, the input signal from that jack is ignored (the jack blinks). This allows you to store dierent
    sounds that use various combinations of external devices (input jacks). To enable a blinking
    disconnected jack, unplug and reinsert the plug.
    * Use patch cables with monaural mini-plugs to connect other equipment. The system will not work
    correctly if you use cables with stereo mini-plugs.
    * If you’re playing via the CV
    ?
    (IN) jack and GATE
    ?
    (IN) jack, you must connect both the CV
    ?
    (IN)
    jack and the GATE
    ?
    (IN) jack.
    * If you’re playing via the CV
    ?
    (IN) jack and GATE
    ?
    (IN) jack, noise that enters from the power
    supply or the patch cables may cause the pitch to be unstable or noise to appear in the sound. If
    this occurs, you may be able to improve the situation by connecting the power supply to a dierent
    source or by re-routing the patch cables.
    * If you’re playing via MIDI (or USB MIDI), disconnect any cables from the CV
    ?
    (IN) jack and the GATE
    ?
    (IN) jack. If a cable is inserted in the CV
    ?
    (IN) jack or GATE
    ?
    (IN) jack, playing via MIDI (or USB
    MIDI) is not possible (when using MONO mode).
    Jacks Explanation
    PHONES
    =
    (OUT)
    jack
    Connect headphones (separately sold, stereo mini-plug).
    LFO
    =
    (OUT) jack
    Outputs an LFO signal.
    OSC 1 SYNC
    =
    (OUT)
    jack
    Outputs a pulse signal for syncing another OSC to OSC 1.
    OSC 2 SYNC
    ?
    (IN)
    jack
    If oscillator sync is on, OSC 2 syncs to this signal.
    If this jack is not used, OSC 2 syncs to OSC 1.
    RING
    ?
    (IN) jack
    If the ring modulator is on, OSC 2 is multiplied with this signal.
    If this jack is not used, the waveforms of OSC 1 and OSC 2 are multiplied.
    OSC 1
    =
    (OUT) jack
    Outputs the OSC 1 waveform.
    OSC 2
    =
    (OUT) jack
    Outputs the OSC 2 waveform.
    EXT IN
    ?
    (IN) jack
    Inputs the waveform.
    If this jack is used, SUB OSC does not enter the MIXER.
    Use the MIXER [SUB OSC] knob to adjust the input level.
    MIX OUT
    =
    (OUT)
    jack
    Outputs the waveform that has passed through the MIXER.
    * If the various MIXER knobs are set to high levels, the output waveform
    from the MIX OUT jack may be distorted. If this occurs, adjust the level of
    each knob.
    PITCH ENV
    ?
    (IN)
    jack
    Inputs a waveform that controls PITCH from an external source.
    Use the [ENV] knob to adjust the eect.
    If this jack is not used, PITCH ENV is enabled.
    FILTER ENV
    ?
    (IN)
    jack
    Inputs a waveform that controls the CUTOFF frequency from an external
    source.
    Use the [ENV] knob to adjust the eect.
    If this jack is not used, FILTER ENV is enabled.
    FILTER ENV
    =
    (OUT)
    jack
    Outputs the FILTER ENV waveform to an external device.
    FILTER LFO
    ?
    (IN)
    jack
    Inputs a waveform that controls the CUTOFF frequency from an external
    source.
    Use the [LFO FILTER] knob to adjust the eect.
    If this jack is not used, the LFO is enabled.
    GATE
    ?
    (IN) jack
    Inputs keyboard note-on/o from an external device.
    CV
    ?
    (IN) jack
    Inputs keyboard pitch from an external device.
    This jack supports OCT/V (it does not support Hz/v).
    FINE TUNE setting / KEY FOLLOW setting
    These settings adjust the ne tune and key follow relative to the voltage that
    is input.
    &
    “Other Functions”“CV
    ?
    (IN) Jack Settings”
    [PITCH] knob
    When you press this knob, a pitch corresponding to the position of the knob
    is heard.
    Turning the knob toward the right raises the pitch. Turning the knob toward
    the left lowers the pitch.
    AMP ENV
    ?
    (IN) jack
    Inputs a waveform that controls the volume from an external source.
    If this jack is not used, the AMP ENV is enabled.
    AMP ENV
    =
    (OUT)
    jack
    Outputs the AMP ENV waveform to an external device.
    OUTPUT =
    L/MONO, R jacks
    Connect these jacks to your amp or monitor speakers.
    If your system is monaural, use only the L/MONO jack.
    USB (O) port
    Use a commercially available USB 2.0 cable to connect this port to your
    computer. It can be used to transfer USB MIDI and USB audio data. You
    must install the USB driver before connecting the SYSTEM-1m to your
    computer. Download the USB driver from the Roland website. For details,
    refer to Readme.htm which is included in the download.
    &
    http://www.roland.com/support/
    English
    Owner’s Manual
    In order to use this device correctly, please carefully read “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and “IMPORTANT NOTES” (the “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” leaet and
    the owner’s manual) before use.
    After reading, keep these instructions at hand for immediate reference.
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    Rear Panel Connections Other Functions
    A
    D
    B C
    A
    DC IN jack
    Connect the included AC adaptor here. Use only the included AC adaptor.
    * To prevent the inadvertent disruption of power to your unit (should the plug
    be pulled out accidentally), and to avoid applying undue stress to the DC IN
    jack, anchor the power cord using the cord hook, as shown in the illustration.
    B
    MIDI connectors
    For connecting MIDI device.
    * A MIDI connector is also provided on the bottom panel. Use the settings in “MIDI and Other
    Settings” to specify which MIDI IN connector is used.
    C
    OUTPUT jacks
    Connect these jacks to your amp or monitor speakers. If your system is monaural, use only the L/
    MONO jack.
    * Do not use connection cables that contain a built-in resistor.
    Turning the Power On/O
    D
    [POWER] switch
    This turns the power on/o.
    * This unit is equipped with a protection circuit. A brief interval (a few seconds) after turning the
    unit on is required before it will operate normally.
    CAUTION
    * After you’ve made connections correctly, be sure to turn on
    the power in the order of the SYSTEM-1m rst, and then
    the connected system. Powering-on in the incorrect order
    may cause malfunctions or damage. When turning the power
    o, power-o the connected system rst, and then the
    SYSTEM-1m.
    * Before turning the unit on/o, always be sure to turn the volume
    down. Even with the volume turned down, you might hear some
    sound when switching the unit on/o. However, this is normal
    and does not indicate a malfunction.
    Using a Eurorack Power Cable
    In addition to an AC adaptor, the SYSTEM-1m can also be operated on Eurorack system power
    (+12 V) by using the included Eurorack power cable.
    * Always turn the Eurorack unit o and unplug the power cord before plugging the Eurorack
    power cable.
    1. Insert the 16-pin connector of the Eurorack power cable into the Eurorack power connector.
    When inserting the connector, align it with the groove. If there is no groove, align the wire
    bearing the red mark with pin number 1.
    2. Connect the other connector of the Eurorack power cable to the DC IN jack of the
    SYSTEM-1m.
    * The +12 V power of the SYSTEM-1m draws 700 mA of current. Use a power supply that can
    deliver this amount of current.
    For more about Eurorack power supply units, refer to the Roland website. Here you can nd the
    latest information about units that have been veried to be compatible.
    & http://www.roland.com/support/
    Also read the “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” leaet.
    WARNING
    Electrocution hazard
    Do not touch the electrical terminals when attaching the Eurorack power cable.
    CAUTION
    Keep small items out of the reach of children
    To prevent accidental ingestion of the parts listed below, always keep them out of
    the reach of small children.
    5 Included Parts
    Eurorack installation screws
    5 Removable Parts
    Screws for attaching the rackmount adaptor
    Attaching the Rackmount Adaptors
    1.
    Remove the screws (three on each side) from the left and right sides of the SYSTEM-1m.
    2. Using the screws that you removed in step 1, attach the included rackmount adaptors to
    the SYSTEM-1m.
    * You must use the screws that you removed.
    * When turning the unit over, be careful so as to protect the buttons and knobs from damage.
    Also, handle the unit carefully; do not drop it.
    Installing in a Eurorack case
    Use the included screws (8 pcs.) to attach the SYSTEM-1m to your Eurorack case at the locations
    indicated.
    Values represented by the jack LEDs
    100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 dot: negative
    ones place digit
    Display examples Value
    PITCH ENV
    ?
    (IN) jack lit + “1”
    11
    LFO
    =
    (OUT)–PITCH ENV
    ?
    (IN) jacks lit + dot + “8”
    –98
    Adjusting the Volume of Each Memory
    1.
    While holding down the [TEMPO SYNC] button, turn the [SELECT] knob.
    The display indicates the volume.
    &
    Values represented by the jack LEDs
    Changing the Pitch Bend Range
    1.
    While holding down the [LEGATO] button, turn the [SELECT] knob.
    The display indicates the pitch bend amount (PITCH ENV
    ?
    (IN) jack lit means +10, PITCH ENV
    ?
    (IN) and MIX OUT
    =
    (OUT) jacks lit means +20).
    Adjusting the OSC 2 Coarse Tune
    Here’s how to specify the OSC 2 pitch in semitone steps.
    1. While simultaneously holding down the [RING] and [SYNC] buttons, turn the [SELECT] knob.
    The display indicates the coarse tune amount (PITCH ENV
    ?
    (IN) jack lit means +10; the display’s
    dot is lit to indicate negative).
    CV
    ?
    (IN) Jack Settings
    Here’s how to specify the ne tune, key follow relative to the input voltage.
    Tips
    Adjusting the CV jack’s key follow setting will cause the tuning to change slightly. For this reason,
    you should adjust key follow rst, and then use ne tune to specify the overall pitch.
    Adjusting the key follow
    1. While holding down the [NOISE TYPE] button, turn the [SELECT] knob.
    The display indicates the key follow amount.
    &
    Values represented by the jack LEDs
    Adjusting the ne tune
    1. While holding down the [OSC TYPE] button, turn the [SELECT] knob.
    The display indicates the ne tune amount.
    &
    Values represented by the jack LEDs
    MIDI and Other Settings
    1.
    While holding down the [WRITE] button and press the [LFO KEY TRIG] button.
    The [LFO KEY TRIG] button blinks.
    2. Use the buttons and the knobs to make the setting.
    Parameter Controller Explanation
    MIDI channel [SELECT] knob
    – (OFF)
    Species the MIDI transmit/receive channel.
    (default: 1)
    Fully left (o)
    Fully right (omni)
    PITCH ENV
    ?
    (IN) jack lit means +10
    1–16
    N (OMNI)
    MIDI messages of all channels are received.
    The MIDI transmit channel will be 1.
    MIDI Clock
    Source
    [RING] Button
    Lit (AUTO)
    If MIDI clock is being input to the MIDI IN
    connector or the USB port, the SYSTEM-1m’s
    tempo will automatically synchronize to MIDI
    clock. (default)
    If MIDI clock is being simultaneously input from
    the MIDI IN connector and from the USB port,
    the USB port takes priority.
    Unlit
    (INTERNAL)
    The SYSTEM-1m operates at the tempo
    specied on the unit itself. Choose the
    “INTERNAL setting if you don’t want to
    synchronize to an external device.
    MIDI Thru
    [OSC TYPE]
    button
    Lit (ON)
    Species whether data received from the MIDI
    IN connector will be retransmitted from the
    MIDI OUT connector (ON: default) or will not be
    retransmitted (OFF).
    Unlit (OFF)
    LED DEMO
    Hold down the [LPF TYPE] and
    turn the [SELECT] knob
    Species the time (minute) until the LED DEMO
    is shown (PITCH ENV
    ?
    (IN) jack lit means +10).
    If this is set to “–,“ the LED DEMO is not shown.
    Master Tune
    Hold down the [TEMPO SYNC]
    button and turn the [SELECT]
    knob
    The actual value is 440 Hz added to the display
    indication (PITCH ENV
    ?
    (IN) jack lit means +10;
    the display’s dot is lit to indicate negative).
    MIDI IN
    connector
    selection
    [SYNC] button
    Lit (SIDE)
    Species which MIDI IN connector is used.
    (default: SIDE)
    Unlit
    (BOTTOM)
    Factory Reset
    Hold down the [WRITE] and
    press the [LFO KEY TRIG]
    Here’s how to return the SYSTEM-1m to its
    factory-set state.
    * Step 3 is not necessary.
    3. Press the [LFO KEY TRIG] button to save the settings.
    After the settings are saved, the unit returns to normal operation.
    Take a Snapshot of All Controllers
    Here’s how to transmit the current state of the knobs, sliders, and switches to a computer or a MIDI
    device.
    1. While holding down the [WRITE] button, press the [SYNC] button.
    Data Backup/Restore
    Here’s how to back up and restore memory les.
    Backup
    1. While holding down the [LFO KEY TRIG] button, turn on the power.
    2. Connect your computer to the SYSTEM-1m’s USB port via USB cable.
    3. Open the “SYSTEM-1M” drive on your computer.
    The scene memory backup les are located in the “BACKUP” folder of the “SYSTEM-1M” drive.
    4. Copy the SYSTEM-1m Memory les in “BACKUP” folder into your computer.
    SYSTEM-1 SYSTEM1_PATCH1.PRM–SYSTEM1_PATCH8.PRM
    PLUGOUT PLUGOUT_PATCH1.PRM–PLUGOUT_PATCH8.PRM
    5. After copying is completed, disconnect the USB cable.
    Windows 8/7
    Right-click on the “SYSTEM-1M” icon in “My Computer” and execute “Eject.
    Mac OS
    Drag the “SYSTEM-1M” icon to the Trash icon in the Dock.
    6. Turn the SYSTEM-1m power o.
    Restore
    1. While holding down the [LFO KEY TRIG] button, turn on the power.
    2. Connect your computer to the SYSTEM-1m’s USB port via USB cable.
    3. Open the “SYSTEM-1M” drive on your computer.
    4. Copy the SYSTEM-1m memory les into the “RESTORE” folder of the “SYSTEM-1M” drive.
    5. After copying is completed, disconnect the USB cable.
    Windows 8/7
    Right-click on the “SYSTEM-1M” icon in “My Computer” and execute “Eject.
    Mac OS
    Drag the “SYSTEM-1M” icon to the Trash icon in the Dock.
    6. After the [LFO FILTER][OSC 1 COLOR] knobs have completely stopped blinking, turn o the
    power.
    USING THE UNIT SAFELY
    Rack Attachment Area
    Roland SYSTEM-1m: PLUG-OUT SYNTHESIZER
    Maximum Polyphony 4 voices (SYSTEM-1m Mode)
    Power Supply AC adaptor or Eurorack power
    Current Draw 1300 mA (AC adaptor), 700 mA (Eurorack power)
    Dimensions 427 (W) x 129 (D) x 70 (H) mm
    16-13/16 (W) x 5-1/8 (D) x 2-13/16 (H) inches
    Weight 1.25 kg (excluding AC adaptor) 2 lbs 13 oz
    Accessories
    AC adaptor, Owners Manual, Leaet “USING THE UNIT SAFELY, PLUG-OUT
    information card, Rackmount adaptors, Eurorack installation screws,
    Eurorack power cable, Patch cables
    * In the interest of product improvement, the specications and/or appearance of this unit are
    subject to change without prior notice.
    Main Specications
    Ver. 1.2
Roland SYSTEM-1M

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Especificaciones de Roland SYSTEM-1M

General
Marca Roland
Modelo SYSTEM-1M
Producto Sintetizador
EAN 4957054506988
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Características
Polifonía máxima (notas) 4
Teclado, cantidad de teclas -
Tipo de producto Sintetizador digital
Color del producto Negro
Botones retroiluminados Si
Control de energía
Alimentación Corriente alterna
Contenido del embalaje
Adaptador AC incluido Si
Cable de alimentación incluido Si
Puertos e Interfaces
MIDI Si
Salida MIDI Si
Cantidad de puertos USB 1
Enchufe de entrada de CC Si
Peso y dimensiones
Ancho 427 mm
Profundidad 129 mm
Altura 70 mm
Peso 1250 g

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