For the audio-feed, I hooked the S-330 to my Zoom R16 via the individual outputs and gave each channel different pan and some FX. All the sounds you hear are from the sampler. This video, although crappy (had to turn down the light to capture the screen), shows you how easy the Roland sequencer software called Director-S is when building musical patterns, which in turn can be chained into songs. -Much like the Fairlight CMI, in fact the Roland software was inspired of the CMI and Page-R. The video itself is edited a lot, so the occasional hickups are not from the sampler but from my edits. I had to remove the bullshit between the important stuff. The sequencer itself is very sturdy, and if I wanted I could have added 8 more MIDI channels triggering external synths, etc.
Flute gone wild at the end, here are some pictures to suit!