Roland A-90 Driver Download (Official)

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Supported Models

A-90 Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Not Applicable

File Name

A90V211.ZIP (244.0 KB)

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Uploader Notes


88-note PA-4 hammer-action keyboard with aftertouch

Powerful digital piano/synthesizer when expanded with the VE-RD1

64-voice polyphony, 128 tones, onboard effects with the VE-RD1

True stereo piano samples with the VE-RD1

Four MIDI Outs for 64 MIDI channels; 8 zones

Built-in patch names for Roland sound modules and SR-JV80 Series expansion boards

Also expandable with VE-JV1 or VE-GS1 voice expansion boards

Bender; pitch wheel; modulation wheel; 20 assignable controllers o 64 user patch locations; 64 additional patches using an M-512E RAM card

Expandable Controller

Uploaded By

Alagappan (DG Staff Member) on 24-May-2006

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Readme.txt 2.2 KB 27 May 1999
_00001.mid 79.1 KB 11 Dec 1998
_00002.mid 79.1 KB 11 Dec 1998
_00003.mid 79.1 KB 11 Dec 1998
_00004.mid 79.1 KB 11 Dec 1998
_00005.mid 79.1 KB 11 Dec 1998
_00006.mid 79.1 KB 11 Dec 1998
_00007.mid 79.1 KB 11 Dec 1998
_00008.mid 79.1 KB 11 Dec 1998

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