[Out-of-the-box evaluation] Roland Aerophone AE-10, redefines the wind instrument! Can be used as a silent saxophone

The Aerophone AE-10 is an all-digital wind instrument, an electronic Saxophone with advanced sensor technology for a very expressive sound.

Using Roland's SuperNATURAL engine, a variety of saxophone sounds with authentic response and playing feel are available. There are also many other traditional instrument sounds built in, as well as many synthesized sounds optimized for breath control. The Aerophone AE-10 can be played with traditional saxophone fingering, and a saxophonist can just pick it up and start playing.

The AE-10 is fingered and played according to the traditional saxophone, so saxophonists can start playing without much effort. Using sensors to sense breathing can make very delicate emotional changes.

Built-in bass, alto, soprano saxophone sounds, as well as traditional instrument sounds such as clarinet, flute, English pipe, tuba, violin, etc., and even play the chords of multiple instruments at the same time.

The AE-10 can be powered by six AA batteries, and it has a speaker to hear the sound of the performance directly. If you connect it with headphones, you can practice quietly by yourself. There is also an external input interface that can be connected to the player, which can be practiced with the accompaniment.

The AE-10 also has a USB interface. After connecting to the computer, it can be used as a MIDI instrument to play other sound sources in the computer to play, and to play the sound expression that MIDI keys cannot get.

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Need detail information on how many instrumental sounds it can play. Send me an email if you know and thanks in advance.

Christopher Lee

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