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Roland offers Free Wireless Transmitters
Simply buy a compatible Roland product before the end of November, register it and Roland will send you the WiFi transmitter totally free of charge.
Once you have set up the high-speed wireless connection between your Roland gear and your iDevice you'll be able to use Roland's growing range of apps with no cables to trip you up:
Integra Synth Editor is four apps in one: sound editor, sound finder, part mixer and Motional Surround control for the Integra-7 SuperNATURAL Sound Module. Use your iPad to easily find, edit and mix sounds in your studio.
Jupiter Synth Editor allows you to use your iPad to edit the synth sounds of the Jupiter-50 and Jupiter-80, taking advantage of the large screen size.
Piano Partner is an iPad-based teaching aid for learning the piano, and works with the HP-507, 505 and 503 and LX-15 pianos.
RD-NX Piano Editor is a sound editor for the RD-700 NX and RD-300NX Stage Pianos, making tweaking your sounds fast and simple.
Air Recorder is the most widely-supported of all the Roland apps, and lets you stream audio into your instrument, record it along with your playing and send the whole thing back to your iPhone for export to a DAW.
V-Drums FriendJam is a social networking tool that lets you compete against other drummers from over 140 countries and regions, and even Tweet your scores for greater connectivity.
The offer is valid for UK purchases of Integra-7, Jupiter-80, Jupiter-50, HP-503, HP-505, HP-507, LX-15, RD-700NX, RD-300NX, Juno Gi, Juno Di, TD-30, TD-15, TD-11, Lucina AX-09, BK-5/OR and FR-1x/1Xb until 30th November.
Posted on 15 Nov 2012 09:30 to category : Music News
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