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Roland Fantom-8 Music Workstation Keyboard

Fantom-8 88-Key Music Workstation Keyboard with Seamless Workflow, Hybrid Sounds, V-Piano Technology, Deep DAW Integration, Multi-track Clip-Based Sequencing, and High-Resolution Controls.


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Fantom is a unique kind of creative hub, made for rapid production and expressive performance. Inspiring onboard production tools and deep computer integration fuel an experience that feels intuitive, natural, and full of possibilities. The expandable sound engine delivers Roland's best electronic and acoustic sounds, with the depth and control to combine and shape them in exciting ways. And it's built from premium materials, with a purposeful design, and the best 61-note keyboard Roland ever made.

Streamlined Workflow
At every turn, Fantom fulfills the need to create. Its smooth, rapid workflow has no confusing modes, frustrating technical limits, or trade-offs with sound quality. Fantom's creative process reflects how today's musicians work, with fluid composition tools, instantly recallable creative environments, and deep computer integration.

Extensive Sound Library
Fantom's flexible and expandable sound engine leverages decades of research and development, dishing out inspiring and authentic electronic, acoustic, and hybrid sounds by the bucketload. Combine different synthesis and sampling technologies along with the onboard analog filter for new and unusual sounds—and take advantage of new sound expansions and capabilities as they arrive.

Multiple Uses  
While Fantom is powerful by itself, its powers grow exponentially when connected to other gear like computers or analog synthesizers. Fantom can control software synthesizers directly from the touchscreen, drive modular, and analog synthesizers from its dual CV/Gate outputs, and is also a high-quality audio interface capable of 16 stereo outputs and 3 stereo inputs.

2.0 Update

FANTOM v2.0 allows you to sample directly to the keyboard, or to build detailed multisamples, with up to 352 samples per tone. Keyboard samples and multisamples can be edited on board and used as the basis of any oscillator/partial in a ZEN-Core tone and with four oscillators per tone—and up to 16 tones in a Scene—the sound design potential is mind-bending. FANTOM’s master section now has a TFX (Total Effects) processor giving you 90 effects to add to FANTOM’s master output. You can even use effects on input and sample the result!There are also new sequencer edit gestures, a new Microscope edit mode, new Zone features including individual transpose, new Scene Chain features and customizable wallpaper for your touchscreen

FREE Samson Headphones
This keyboard comes with a free pair of Samson SR950 Professional Studio Reference Headphones. Featuring a closed-ear design, self-adjusting headband, 50mm drivers, and 10Hz-30kHz frequency response to deliver crystal clear audio for extended listening sessions.

  • 88-note semi-weighted keyboard with aftertouch
  • Seamless workflow with no confusing modes
  • Fresh hybrid sounds combining modern PCM, virtual analog, and a routable analog filter
  • V-Piano technology for stunning realism and expression
  • Deep integration with DAWs and softsynths and 16x3 stereo audio interface
  • Multi-track clip-based sequencing with instant pattern recording and triggering
  • High-resolution controls with dedicated synth control section
  • Includes manual, power cord, and headphones

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Things You Will Get:

  • Keyboard Workstation
  • Manual
  • Power Cord
  • Headphones

Plays, sounds, and flows brilliantly.


I'm a home-studio pianist/hobbyist. Over the years I've owned synths, mid-range workstations, and a stage piano (a Kurzweil K2000R, a Korg Krome, and a Roland RD-800), plus various volcas and brutes. This is my first flagship board, and holy bloody hell, it's amazing. Is it perfect? No. Is it glorious? Yes. Unlike the earliest of early adopters, by purchasing it after the firmware was updated to 1.5, I've only used it with those added-but-essential features (from SuperNatural acoustic tones, to tone/scene ratings and search functions, from the vocoder to expanded pad control modes). The workflow is sane and elegant, and though there are some new habits to learn (changing scenes after editing a tone loses those edits), this is trivial compared to how it sounds and what it can do. The VPianos are glorious to play, and the 88 keys the best feeling/responding/musically inspiring keyboard I've ever played. The EPs are a bit weak, but there's an infinite amount of room for tinkering. The synth engine, whatever the hell Roland wants to call it, is amazing. The filters are smooth and musical and character-ful, and the editing of partials/tones is straightforward enough for ridiculous levels of sound design (the two step LFOs in particular are powerfully interesting ways to modulate sounds over time). I'm not a "does this Jupiter patch sound exactly like that Jupiter patch" person, I just know that the JP patches are a delight to play. It's a workstation with thousands of sounds: many of them I'm happy to scroll by, but I get lost in others, and then I get lost in combining those with still others, and then it's trivial to record sketched-out ideas. I've only just started playing around with the Logic/Mainstage integration, and it is intriguing, plus one way to work outside some of the Ableton-like pattern recording limitations . TR-Rec for drums is everything one would want, and is also great for tonal instruments. Sampling is clearly a work in progress. 5 bloody stars.



I would buy this product again and again


The best keyboard



Definitely a very good buy


16 track sequencer is great!!! Expected more and better sounds...good layout.. the motif has a better navigation...



Fantom-8 Music Workstation Keyboard

4.7 3


Synth Type Digital
Synthesizer Format Keyboard Synthesizer
Number of Keys 76
Controller Types
  • Pitch Bend/Modulation Lever
  • Assignable Switch x 2 (S1/S2)
  • Control Knob x 8
  • Slider x 8
  • USB Audio Slider
  • Wheel x 2
  • Function Knob x 6
  • Sound Modified Knob x 11
  • 4 x 4 Pad
  • Oscillators 64
    Polyphony 256 (Z-Core), V-Piano Technology Sound Engine: Full Polyphony
    Wave Memory 2GB
    Preset Types Over 3,500 Tones Over 90 Drum kits
    Effects Type Multi-Effects: 16 systems, 90 types Part EQ: 16 systems Drum Part COMP: 6 systems Insertion Effect: 2 System, 90 Type Chorus: 8 types Reverb: 6 types Master Compressor Master EQ Mic Input Reverb: 6 types -Analog Filter STEREO Type: LPF1/LPF2/LPF3/HPF/BPF/Bypass Drive Amp
    Arpeggiator Yes
    Sampling Yes
    MIDI Sequencer Yes
    Audio Input Types 2 x 1/4 (Line), 2 x XLR (Mic)
    Audio Output Types 2 x 1/4 (MAIN), 2 x XLR (MAIN), 2 x 1/4 (SUB 1), 2 x 1/4 (SUB 2), 2 x 1/4 (ANALOG)
    MIDI I/O Yes
    USB Yes
    Power Supply Type AC 117-240V 50/60Hz
    Weight 61 lbs 2 oz
    Dimensions 56-7/16 x 17-5/16 x 6-1/16 inches (WxDxH)
    Series Fantom Series
    Model FANTOM 8
    Warranty Info:

    Five years parts two years labor warranty

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