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Secret Key Combination to turn a Roland SRV-330 in a SDE-330
Old 5th December 2013 | Show parent
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Do you mean on the right hand side of the unit?
No, I mean the left hand side of the unit.

As mentioned in my post - it's an SRV-2000 that has that capability, and the buttons that do it are on the left hand side of the unit.





If the SRV-330 does it as well, I don't know that button combination.

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Old 5th December 2013 | Show parent
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Wow. You should cut your fingernails.
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Wow. You should cut your fingernails.
They're not my fingernails. I found those two pics by googling SRV-2000 images.

That guy has a Behringer piece too - I have none. Wish I had that MXR Flanger/Doubler, though...

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Old 14th November 2014
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Dang you people. You planted a bug in my brain all those years ago.

But guess what?

I think I've finally found the answer:

HRI • Huge Racks Inc • View topic - Roland SRV/SDE/SDX multiFX FURTHER MODE

Be sure to backup data before trying this! Let us know if it works for you. I'll go first....
Old 2nd May 2015
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The SRV2000 came from me in the Aust/NZ forum light years ago..........Well, purty sure!
Old 16th December 2015
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Bump (oops, reading thread on phone missed fact that it's a 2000 trick, not 330, sorry)

Last edited by slound; 16th December 2015 at 06:59 PM.. Reason: I'm a boob
Old 27th March 2019 | Show parent
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Well... after reading this thread with amusement so many years later, you can check the service notes for yourself, but I don't think there are any "hidden menus" for the SRV-330.

https://ia800201.us.archive.org/19/i...VICE_NOTES.pdf
Old 7th June 2019 | Show parent
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Urban myth???

Check this out...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PR3b...st=WL&index=62
Old 7th June 2019 | Show parent
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wow very cool. Do you know who does that mod?
Old 8th June 2019 | Show parent
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Hi!

This was done by Mr. Colin Fraser from Sequentix

https://www.sequentix.com/about-sequentix
Old 8th June 2019 | Show parent
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Not sure about those two particular units, but:

On a Roland SRV - 2000, if you hold down the: write / rev. non lin / room simulate buttons all together and then turn the power on you will now have a very good digital delay unit.
SRV and SDE 2000 nor 3000 or others!
It's in the manual!
Old 1 week ago | Show parent
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Hi!

This was done by Mr. Colin Fraser from Sequentix

https://www.sequentix.com/about-sequentix

I got a P3 from him.

I also own both the 330 delay and reverb.

First time I heard about the chorus.

Was it good?

Worths it today?

I love the chorus of the SE-70
Old 1 week ago | Show parent
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Well, looking about I'm more and more convinced that it's an old wives tale, I did get the 'further' mode to work on my SRV-330, it's a little different to how it's described here: Knowledge Base | Roland U.S.


For me it was:

1) Power on while holding down PROGRAM and SYSTEM.
2) Hold SYSTEM and press the FUNCTION 1,2,and PROGRAM, something like "Preset: ALL" will be displayed.
3) Press MEMORY (it's lit up).

It loads up and then you get about double the parameters, not sure how useful they are though as they seem to things like additional EQ.

Sort of thinking about getting an SDE-330 now, I am loving the thickness of the verb on the SRV


So did you get access to more hidden parameters?

Does any worths it?

My screen doesn´t turns on, I need to get it to service, and maybe the battery might also be dead. I never changed it and bought it used in 1998.
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I even bought the Sde-330 I was so into it, but no it wasn’t worth it! It’s a long time ago but I remember thinking that you’d need to really be into the detail to use the extra parameters. I sold the sde and just turned on the srv for the first time in a couple of years to see if I can squeeze some magic from it. Such good reverb in the box now it’s hard to justify using it much.
Old 6 days ago | Show parent
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Hi!

The SDX330 is the bomb.
Very hard to come by and much more expensive than the delay and reverb units.
Contains all those Dimension D algorhithms and other classic vintage stuff.
A must-have, in my opinion.
Old 4 days ago | Show parent
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Hi!

The SDX330 is the bomb.
Very hard to come by and much more expensive than the delay and reverb units.
Contains all those Dimension D algorhithms and other classic vintage stuff.
A must-have, in my opinion.


Hi, I will try to hunt one. In Reverb one went for 200euros.

I got a Dimension D on the 90s, sold for 400e and never understood it´s hype. Any does?

I love the chorus of the Boss CE-1 vintage and the Boss SE-70 ones.

I like the Juno 106 one but too noisy

I also did not like the chorus of the tape RE-501

Thanks for the tip. What´s your fav delay?

I got the Korg DDL8000R but also do not like, too metallic sound and mixes bad.
Not suitable for the delay on your main sequence, ok for delay on extra sounds.
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