Roland C-190 Classical Pipe Organ Portable Keyboard Demonstration





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Published on Aug 10, 2009

This is a quick demonstration of the very innovative keyboard that Roland manufactured a limited quantity of in 2005 for the small niche market of organists that need a high quality portable digital pipe organ. The C190 is a portable organ with simulated two manual functionality designed for religious congregations, weddings, and all other occasions that call for high-quality organ or orchestral music in a portable instrument. Simultaneous use of organ and orchestral sounds: The C-190 comes with the finest organ sounds from the Rodgers Pipe Organ division of Roland. On top of that, it also features excellent instrument sounds that can be used alongside the organ section. You can "split" the 76-note keyboard into two sections (divisions) and play the C-190 like a two-manual organ. BASS AND MANUAL PARTS: Though a single keyboard instrument, the C-190 allows you to play monophonic bass organ parts and polyphonic instrument sounds. Because of an intelligent bass recognition feature, the pedal part plays a monophonic bass line that doubles the lowest note you play on the keyboard. You can, however, connect an optional MIDI pedal unit to the C-190 and play the pedal section polyphonically using your feet. You can also record your performances with the built-in recorder or connect the audio output to any audio recording device for maximum sound quality.

There are four preset stop configurations: Classic, Romantic, Baroque, and Solo


PEDAL: Subbass 16', Principal Bass 16', Violon Bass 16', Clarine 4'

MANUAL I: Principal 8', Diapason 8', Bourdon 8', Spitzflote 4', Rohrflote 4', Principal 4', Octave 2', Waldflote 2', Mixture IV 1-1/3', Sesquialtera II 1-1/3', Sifflet 1', Trompete 8', Trompette 8', Regal 8', Trompete 4'

MANUAL II: Bourdon 8', Flute 8', Geigen Principal 8', Gemshorn 8', Viole Celeste II 8', Salicional 8', Gambe 16', Prestant 4', Koppelflote 4', Fugara 4', Quinte 2-2/3', Doublette 2', Tierce 1-1/', Scharff III 1', Vox Humana 8', Fagott 16', Krummhorn 8', Hautbois 8', Clarion 4'

ORCHESTRA TONES: PEDAL: Ac. Bass, Stringed, Cello. MANUAL I: Piano, E. Piano, Guitar, Strings, Choir. MANUAL II: Harpsi, Brass, Violin, Oboe, Flute, Chimes

Built-in Demo Songs: 7 Wedding, 7 Orchestra, 7 Variety, 7 Bach. The demos featured in this video demonstration: Trumpet Tune by Purcell, Wedding March by Mendelssohn, Toccata by Paradisi, Allegro Finale by Handel, Balletto del Granduca by Sweelinck, Preludio in A minor BWV 559a by Bach

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