The Roland SE-02 Analogue Synthesizer With Roland K-25m Keyboard is an all-in-one bundle that offers a powerful analog synth module and a 25-key velocity-sensitive keyboard attachment. The SE-02 Analog Synthesizer, developed in collaboration with Studio Electronics, features a true analog engine with three voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) that include six waveforms for warmth and complexity. The VCOs are temperature-stabilized with automatic tuning for optimal performance, delivering thick, punchy lows and clear, rich highs, and three types of cross modulation. The SE-02 also includes 384 professionally programmed, diverse preset sounds, an integrated 16-step sequencer, and a voltage-controlled 24dB low-pass filter and dual gain-stage amplifier.
The intuitive layout features a dedicated vintage knob for most controls, and the monophonic design can be expanded to create a polyphonic synth by using Chain Mode and connecting two or more SE-02s together via MIDI. The compact yet rugged design of the SE-02 makes it ideal for both live and studio applications, and its portable size makes it perfect for use on the road. The SE-02 includes standard MIDI jacks for connecting any MIDI keyboard controller, trigger I/O, and CV inputs for pitch and filter frequency, as well as the ability to route external audio signal using the filter section.
The Roland K-25m Keyboard, a 25-note velocity-sensitive keyboard attachment, is an expansion module compatible with all Roland Boutique series synthesizers. It allows for docking and connecting the keyboard to the SE-02 Analog Synthesizer, and measures less than 12 inches wide. The K-25m incorporates an adjustable stand with three positions for optimized viewing and performance, and the compact keyboard can also address a range from -4 to +5 octaves when used with the relevant module.
Overall, the Roland SE-02 Analogue Synthesizer With Roland K-25m Keyboard bundle offers a high-class analog synth and a dedicated keyboard attachment, making it an excellent choice for musicians looking to create a diverse range of sounds in both live and studio settings.