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A Crossover

Postby Simonpech » 11:14, 16 June 2017

Hi, can somebody tell me please what does the term "crossover" mean in the world of synthesizers ??
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Re: A Crossover

Postby Jdoo » 13:32, 16 June 2017

I think in the world of Roland marketing... crossover means the JD-XA is able to use both digital and analog technologies when building timbres. It's purely a marketing term.
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Re: A Crossover

Postby saturn » 15:30, 16 June 2017

usually it means digital waves going through an analog filter.
this is also true for the jdxa but you can also cross-/ring mod the analog with the digital part or just run them parallel or use digital and analog filters in series.
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Re: A Crossover

Postby GilgaFrank » 20:20, 16 June 2017

It means you get cross over the price.
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Re: A Crossover

Postby HaveIt » 06:58, 21 June 2017

GilgaFrank wrote:It means you get cross over the price.


You get cross over what you paid for it last week.
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Re: A Crossover

Postby saturn » 08:49, 21 June 2017

edit: sorry i was actually talking about the term "hybrid" above.
but crossover means more or less the same. a combo of analog and digital.
and yes it's a roland marketing term.
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