Roland Boutique SH-01A Synthesizer Module

BH #ROSH01A • MFR #SH-01A
Roland
Roland Boutique SH-01A Synthesizer Module
Key Features
  • 4-Voice Synth Modeled After the SH-101
  • Analog Circuit Behavior Modeling
  • Compatible with Optional K-25m Keyboard
  • Compatible with Boutique DK-01 Dock
The Roland Boutique SH-01A Synthesizer Module is a 4-voice, analog-modeling synthesizer based on the classic SH-101. Part of the Roland Boutique series, the SH-01A can be used with the optional K-25m keyboard unit or the DK-01 dock for a self-contained, go-anywhere synth experience. With an array of over 20 knobs and sliders from the original SH-101's front panel, the 4-voice SH-01A is highly programmable and encourages sonic experimentation. Highly portable, it features a built-in speaker, battery operation on four AAs, as well as USB bus power. Using Analog Circuit Behavior (ACB) technology the SH-01A aims to faithfully reproduce the original SH-101 sound, and adds a few new twists including selectable advanced LFO with new waveforms and an extended range, as well as expanded modes such as unison, chord, and four-voice polyphonic.
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Roland Boutique SH-01A Synthesizer Module

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Roland SH-01A Overview

The Roland Boutique SH-01A Synthesizer Module is a 4-voice, analog-modeling synthesizer based on the classic SH-101. Part of the Roland Boutique series, the SH-01A can be used with the optional K-25m keyboard unit or the DK-01 dock for a self-contained, go-anywhere synth experience. With an array of over 20 knobs and sliders from the original SH-101's front panel, the 4-voice SH-01A is highly programmable and encourages sonic experimentation. Highly portable, it features a built-in speaker, battery operation on four AAs, as well as USB bus power. Using Analog Circuit Behavior (ACB) technology the SH-01A aims to faithfully reproduce the original SH-101 sound, and adds a few new twists including selectable advanced LFO with new waveforms and an extended range, as well as expanded modes such as unison, chord, and four-voice polyphonic.

The SH-01A includes 64 writable patches and provides an easy performance arpeggiator with three playback modes, note hold, and a three-way transpose switch. The instrument also features an on-board, 100-step sequencer that lets you quickly try out new ideas such as bass lines and melodies, which can be saved within the 64 patches. Additionally, the device offers CV/Gate output for controlling modular or vintage gear, plus multiple sync options including internal and external MIDI, MIDI via USB, LFO clock, and trigger input. The Roland Boutique SH-01A ships with four AA batteries.

Features at a Glance:

  • Sounds of the classic SH-101 synthesizer via ACB tech, including bass, lead, noise, and sound effects
  • New Unison, Chord, and four-voice Polyphonic modes expand on the original’s iconic sound palette
  • Built-in sequencer with 64 patterns available to save and recall
  • Easy performance arpeggiator with three playback modes, note hold, and three-way transpose switch
  • CV/Gate output for controlling modular or vintage gear
  • Multiple sync options including internal and external MIDI, MIDI via USB, LFO clock, and trigger input
  • 64 writeable preset patches for increased performance capabilities
  • Selectable advanced LFO with new waveforms and extended range of clock rate
  • Sends and receives MIDI control change messages via traditional MIDI jacks or USB
  • High-quality construction with metal front panel
  • Highly portable for mobile music making
  • Battery-operated (4 x AA) or USB powered
  • Compatible with the K-25m Keyboard Unit and other optional Roland Boutique accessories
  • Available in limited-edition red and blue colors like the original SH-101
     
UPC: 761294511459

Roland SH-01A Specs

Sound GenerationMaximum Polyphony: 4 voices
Assign Mode: Mono/Unison/Poly/Chord
User MemorySound Patch: 64
Sequencer Pattern: 64
ControllersVOLUME knob
Ribbon controllers C1, C2

LFO Section:
RATE indicator and slider
WAVE FORM select knob

VCO Section:
MOD depth slider
RANGE select knob
PULSE WIDTH slider
LFO/MAN/ENV select switch

SOURCE MIXER Section:
PULSE level slider
SAW level slider
SUB OSC level slider
SUB OSC select slider
NOISE level slider

VCF Section:
FREQ: Cutoff frequency slider
RES: Resonance slider
ENV: Envelope depth slider
MOD: Modulation depth slider
KYBD: Key follow slider

VCA Section:
ENV/GATE select switch

ENV Section:
GATE+TRIG/GATE/LFO select switch
A: Attack time slider
D: Decay time slider
S: Sustain level slider
R: Release time slider

Controller Section:
TRANSPOSE switch (L/M/H)
VCO BENDER sens slider
VCF BENDER sens slider
LFO MOD slider
PORTAMENTO select switch (AUTO/OFF/ON)
PORTAMENTO time knob

MENU switch and indicator

SEQUENCER/ARPEGGIO Section:
1/LOAD switch and indicator
2/PLAY switch and indicator
3/DOWN switch and indicator
4/U&D switch and indicator
5/UP switch and indicator
6/HOLD switch and indicator
7/KEY TRANSPOSE switch and indicator
8 switch and indicator

Power switch
Step Sequencer100 steps
4 notes (polyphonic)
ArpeggioDOWN/U&D/UP
1 OCT/2 OCT
Display7 segments, 2 characters (LED)
ConnectorsCV Out Jack: 1/8" / 3.5 mm mono
Gate Out Jack: 1/8" / 3.5 mm mono
Ext Clk In Jack: 1/8" / 3.5 mm mono
Phones Jack: 1/8" / 3.5 mm stereo
Output Jack: 1/8" / 3.5 mm stereo
Mix In Jack: 1/8" / 3.5 mm stereo
MIDI (In, Out) connectors
USB port: Micro-USB (Type-B audio, MIDI)
Power SupplyRechargeable NiMH battery (AA, HR6) x 4
Alkaline battery (AA, LR6) x 4
USB bus power
Current Draw500 mA (USB Bus power)
Expected Battery LifeRechargeable NiMH Battery: Approx. 6 hours under continuous use (this can vary depending on the specifications of the batteries, capacity of the batteries, and the conditions of use)
OptionsKeyboard Unit: K-25m
Boutique Dock: DK-01
Dimensions11.8 x 5.0 x 1.8" / 300.0 x 128.0 x 46.0 mm
Weight34.2 oz / 970.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.185 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.05 x 7.1 x 3.2"
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