Roland Integra-7 Synthesizer Module

16-part Sound Module with SuperNATURAL Engine, Behavior Modeling, 6,000+ Sounds, Dedicated FX Engines for Each Part, and Pre-loaded 8GB Thumb Drive
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Put SuperNATURAL In Your Rack

Roland's INTEGRA-7 SuperNATURAL Sound Module gives you immense creative power, both live and in the studio. INTEGRA-7 fortifies your keyboard rig with a colossal cornucopia of sounds - over 6,000 of them - along with dedicated effects engines for each of the module's 16 parts, making CPU-load concerns a thing of the past. With its USB connectivity, INTEGRA-7 plays nice with your devices, and even streams audio at rates up to 24-bit/96kHz. Put SuperNATURAL in your rack, with Roland's INTEGRA-7.

The Roland INTEGRA-7 gives you no-compromise performance

In the '90s, Roland's legendary JV modules dominated the racks and defined the keyboard sounds of touring artists and film composers alike. Vital increases in computer power in the '00s, however, saw musicians heading to their DAW-equipped Macs and PCs, and the industry duly responded with a proliferation of virtual instrument plug-ins. There was still a place for powerful hardware in the keyboard rigs of top acts who require no-compromise performance from their gear, but for the rest of us, it seemed as if the heyday of the rackmount synth module was over. Not so fast: the Roland INTEGRA-7 is here, giving you a "greatest hits" package of sounds from Roland's flagship keyboards and modules, along with SuperNATURAL drum kits drawn from V-Drum technology.

Immense creative power, live and in the studio

Hardware instruments have certain distinct advantages over virtual ones, and the Roland INTEGRA-7 totally exploits them, giving you a massive cornucopia of sounds, effects, and modulation mojo in a trim 2-rackspace chassis. This tour-de-force next-gen module packs over 6,000 intensely expressive patches, including SuperNATURAL sounds, PCM sounds, plus sounds from all 12 SRX expansion boards. Also onboard are independent SuperNATURAL acoustic, synth, and drum sounds, and much, more. The INTEGRA-7 has multiple dedicated effects engines, so you can stop worrying about CPU load. Every one of the 16 parts can have its own equalization and multi-effects (as opposed to having to share its effects with the other parts). Bottom line? Roland's flagship INTEGRA-7 gives you immense creative power, both live and in the studio.

SuperNATURAL sound and Behavior Modeling onboard

With Roland's development of SuperNATURAL sound and Behavior Modeling, the company blurred the line between electronic and acoustic instruments. Incorporating these core technologies, the INTEGRA-7 fortifies your studio with cutting-edge SuperNATURAL sounds in a quick-access, 16-part module. Armed with the massive firepower of the INTEGRA-7, you can build stunningly detailed and realistic orchestral arrangements, spacey intergalactic environments, and whatever else you can dream up. And speaking of space, INTEGRA-7 boasts new Roland technology dubbed Motional Surround. This is essentially a 17-part ambience engine with 16 internal parts plus one external part. Motional Surround lets you graphically pinpoint the position of each of your parts within a 360-degree soundfield.

Control the INTEGRA-7 from your iPad, and more

Roland's INTEGRA-7 has a custom Editor app the lets you control the INTEGRA-7's synth parameters, part mixer, and Motional Surround remotely from your iPad (using the optional Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit, or via Roland's WNA1100-RL Wireless USB adaptor). What's more, you can use the app to select sounds and read or load the INTEGRA-7's 16-part Studio Sets.

Exclusive bonus 8GB thumb drive comes pre-loaded with a wealth of valuable extras

When you buy the Roland INTEGRA-7 from Sweetwater, we include a bonus 8GB thumb drive that's pre-loaded with lots of valuable extras. 8GB is enough storage space for thousands of customized user files and configurations - you'll never even come close to running out of space. This drive fits perfectly into the INTEGRA-7's inset USB port, and its small enough that you can leave it there permanently without worrying about losing or breaking it.

The thumb drive comes pre-loaded with:

  • The latest OS update
  • All Mac/PC drivers
  • Editors for Mac/PC
  • Surround sound editors for Mac/PC
  • DAW plug-ins for Mac (AU and VST)
  • Librarian for Mac
  • 39 owners manual PDFs broken down by sections for easy reading

Plus, 17 Expansion Libraries with Sound Lists:

  • D-50 Collection
  • Dream Rack Shorty
  • Dream Rack Synth Bass
  • Euro Attack Synth
  • JUNO-60 Collection
  • JUNO-106 Collection
  • JUPITER-6 Collection
  • JUPITER-8 Collection
  • NYC Nightlife Remix Collection
  • SH-101 Collection
  • SH-101 Collection (Pure)
  • Sounds Of Summer 2014
  • Super Super Saw
  • Synth Legends
  • Synth Legends (Pure)
  • TB-303 Collection
  • TB-303 Collection (Pure)

Roland INTEGRA-7 SuperNATURAL Sound Module Features:

  • Ergonomic, quick access interface
  • Stylish, rugged metal chassis
  • Easy-to-see LCD screen with adjustable contrast and brightness
  • Custom iPad Editor app
  • Full compliment of professional back-panel connections
  • USB port supports audio streaming at rates up to 24-bit/96kHz
  • Plays nice with Roland's A-88 and A-49 keyboard controllers
  • Let your creativity take flight, with the Roland INTEGRA-7
  • Plus an exclusive bonus 8GB thumb drive with a wealth of valuable extras

Additional Media

Roland Expands Windows 8.1 Compatibility
Free Roland Integra-7 Editor Plug-in Now Available for Macintosh
Hands On Review: Roland Integra-7
Roland Integra-7 Front and Rear Inputs
Roland Integra-7 Inputs
Roland Integra-7 and USB
USB Thumb Drive Not Mounting

Tech Specs

Sound Engine Type(s) SuperNATURAL
Polyphony 128 Notes
Number of Presets 6000+
Number of Effects 16 MFX
Effects Types Reverb, Chorus
Analog Inputs 2 x TRS
Analog Outputs 2 x XLR, 8 x TRS
Digital Outputs 1 x Stereo S/PDIF (Coax)
MIDI I/O In/Out/Thru
USB 1 x Type B
Manufacturer Part Number INTEGRA-7

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 22 reviews
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5/5

I WILL NEVER SELL MY INTEGRA 7!

Im gonna be very honest about the pros & cons. It is a little tricky to learn at first & I knew that I would have to bite the bullet and spend the night digging into it. Everyone knows that roland has some of the best sounds in the industry but when they said that the I7 was no compromise, they didnt lie. The flexibility is a music producer's dream come true. For instance, as a drum machine, it not only has some of the best Vdrums, but with eight outputs! Each output can have its own compressor, eq, chorus and reverb! Not sharing! And the compressors are the real deal. I put the compressors on my VU meters, just to see how well they can control dynamics. Then i sequenced a piano loop, purposely playing inconsistently between soft & loud. They not only are the compressors very effective but they don't squash the music either. Superb job. The quality truly amazing in every category. Just remember to dont ever think that you can figure this out without the manual. But once you get it, then it's not hard at all.
Music background: Music producer & sound engineer
5/5

Roland Integra-7

The sounds on this device are incredible. I am learning how to use this with my 4 manual Allen organ and am having a great time exploring how to use the different sounds to enhance my music. Planning to learn how to" layer" the sounds this week.
Music background: Professional musician and accompanist.
5/5

Integra 7

great sounds, unique 5.1 surround that I've not explored yet, and 6,000+ sounds! I'm just learning all the unit's features but it is a great expansion sound module that I plan to use in my keyboard setup. I love the SuperNatural sounds!
Music background: Musician
5/5

Evolution wings clarity

Anytime roland evolves it evolves into more clarity. This sounds awesome and the ability to control with my iPad and realtime mix and modify stuff is so cool. The sounds are a must. The box is a must! just add it to your rack. It will be the box that starts taking over your rack. "Oh, that sounds crappy...Lets use the harp or piano on the Integra!" before you know it you will be buying another box and selling something older. This box can seem overwhelming at first but if you stick to it you can do amazing things. Sounds and effects really sit in mix perfect. Saving your Multi setups with all your Midi setups to match your Cubase or MOTU DP seq templates is to perfect. It has about every sound you want. Cant go wrong. Just buy this and get it over with. Then it will spread like cancer and you will want another box. I can't figure out why you can't load all the slots with snd banks at one time? Also Roland should sell a 128 voice polyphony upgrade. It would be so nice to just have one box with more sounds and polyphony. See the problem is not weather you like this unit as it is a fact you will love it. It is how can I afford two? Why can't Roland make a box with 256 Polyphony and allow me to load ALL of Roland's snd banks at the same time. Ha Like I will part with mine!! Oh..dont forget the WiFi usb. Mine did not come with one. You will need to buy this in order to use your iPad wireless or iPhone wireless and the IOS cool Roland app. A MUST have! Roland did a awesome job. People are buying more Virtual instruments plugins. If companies like Roland and Kurzweil can add polyphony to 256 or 512 and allow more of there existing libraries to load..well the units would fall off the shelfs. Computers are maxed, and lagging. You can't open all your virtual libraries and effects that you need anymore do to lack of CPU. It is a opportunity for Roland, Yamaha, and Kurzweil to breakout with some 256-512 polyphony and large sound sets. We all need our CPU back. Let the CPU on my Mac be used for Sequence and Special VST effects. HELP Roland! Kurzweil! anyone? Musicians world wide are suffering from slow computers and VST saturation. Bring back the Rack units that use midi or usb or wireless! Thank you Sweetwater for getting me one of the first units. Cheers
Music background: semi retired TV/Film Composer and musician
5/5

Roland Integra - 7 Synthesizer Module

The one thing I noticed right away was how realistic the piano sounds are. The full Grand piano sounds like a real full grand piano. Also, I'm amazed at how the violin and string sounds are so close to the real instruments.
Music background: Hobbyist

Sweetwater Advice

Evan Mehre

The Roland Integra-7 is a valuable addition to both my live and studio rigs for its versatility and sound quality. The instruments that I commonly use sound better in the Integra than they do in any software I own - and it doesn't cost my computer any processing strain!

Mitch Gallagher

Roland has rocked the synth/keyboard world over and over again with their many innovations, from the original analog Jupiter to the digital D-50, from the JV-1080 (and all of its expansion cards) to the recent Jupiter-80 -- not to mention their incredible digital pianos. And let's not forget their industry-leading electronic drum kits. Imagine how cool it would be to have the full range of Roland's synth, drum, and keyboard sounds in your studio or live rig. As nice as that would be, not many of us could achieve it -- if nothing else, finding and maintaining those vintage Roland synths is a difficult proposition. But there is another alternative: the all-new Integra-7. The Integra-7 is a 2-space rack module that is a virtual library of all things Roland, with a stupefying selection of 6,000 onboard sounds. Need TR-808 or TR-909 sounds? In there. A gorgeous grand piano or an electric piano? In there. Vintage and modern analog and digital synths? In there. Orchestra strings? Ethnic instruments? Guitars? Brass? Acoustic drums? Special effects? Yep, all in there! The Integra-7 offers 16 parts, each with its own EQ and multi-effects, 24-bit/96kHz sound quality, and loads more. Put it this way: it's no problem to create a full band, an ensemble, or an orchestral arrangement using the Integra-7. Also included is Motional Surround, derived from Roland's proprietary RSS processing, which provides 360-degree placement of each part -- either in stereo or true 5.1 surround! The Integra-7 is not lacking in the I/O department, either. There are four sets of stereo outputs, including a pair of balanced XLR outputs and a digital output. A USB connection allows you to stream 24-bit/96kHz digital audio directly to a computer, and it also gives you MIDI control. You can wirelessly control the Integra-7 using your iPad and Roland's free Integra-7 Editor app. The Integra-7 Editor app gives you complete control over the Integra-7, as well as the attractive full-screen user interface that makes operating the unit super intuitive. It's hard not to rave about the Integra-7. The power of this synth borders on the ludicrous. If you can have only one synth to cover all your sonic needs, this is it. If you're looking to expand your palette, this is it. If you love creating sounds and textures, this is it. If you love acoustic instruments, this is it. The list goes on and on, but so does the capability of the Integra-7. Sorry, Roland, I won't be returning the review unit. It's staying right here with me!
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