The Integra-7 is a two-unit rack synth featuring all the sounds from the highly regarded XV5080 module, Supernatural sounds from the latest Jupiter-50/80 synths and V-Drums, plus ALL 12 virtual SRX cards and seven new virtual expansion cards. The Integra-7 aims to reverse that trend and offer a premium composer’s tool in the bargain. Around the back you will find multiple connections comprising eight jack outputs (six of which are marked for surround sound operation) twin XLR outputs, S/PDIF out and a USB-to-computer port for sending both audio and MIDI data. There are also three conventional MIDI ports and stereo jack inputs for routing signal in. On the front are two further inputs as well as headphone out, volume and a USB memory stick port for file backup and transfer. Its layout is tidy and surprisingly logical to navigate and it’s easy enough to get to grasp without looking at the manual.
According to several user reviews, they have praised it for the Multiple outputs and surround panning of multitimbral parts; All the Jupiter-80 sounds, 50 new SuperNatural sounds, plus a deep vault of Roland legacy patches; Excellent build quality; At just 4kg, it’s more than convenient. Also, some users have complained it for the maximum polyphony may be a limitation; Digital I/O is restricted to two channels; There is limited memory for user setups.
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To restoring the factory settings in Roland Integra-7, first select “UTILITY”, in the MENU screen and press the ENTER button to enter the menu. Choose “FACTORY RESET” and press the ENTER button. When a message appears on the display, “OK” and press the ENTER button. Finally, when the factory reset has been completed turn the it off, and then on again.
Warning! This procedure will return all of the settings to the values when the Roland Integra-7 was shipped from the factory. So be sure to back up any information you wish to keep. Hopefully the article of “Reset a Roland Integra-7 Synthesizer Module” can help you.
Reference: Roland Integra-7 manual