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NAMM 2011: Roland Announce New Entertainment Modules
Renowned Japanese electronic musical instrument manufacturer Roland have announced details of two new modules, the new BK-7m backing module and the VIMA JM-5 entertainment module.
New BK-7m is a state-of-the-art module that packs an interactive band in to a sleek, slim package no bigger than a book.
It is a dream machine for solo musicians or entertaining artists who need a backing band, be it on stage, in the studio or just at home.
With a huge selection of tones, styles and ryhtms on board at the click of a button the BK-7m can make you like a pro ensamble.
Choose from a library of built in styles, play your own music files directly from USB or even record your own performances directly to USB.
Rolands new VIMA JM-5 is do-it-all entertainment module suitable for homes, hotels, lounges or any other entertainment venue.
With a high quality sound engine it can play and manipulate any file you feed it, accepting a wide range of file formats including SMF, MP3, WAV, MP3+CDG, and VIMA Tunes via USB.
VIMA JM-5 allows you to play your favourite songs and change tempo and/or key signature to best suit the singers voices.
The VIMA JM-5 can display lyrics and slide-show images to match the music and even allow you to record your performances directly to USB and distribute to family and friends.Posted on 13 Jan 2011 18:00 to category : Instruments News
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