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Roland Release FA Sound Library on Axial
Axial is Roland's official tone library, where you can download new sounds for your Roland synth.
With sounds already available for the Jupiter, GAIA, Juno and V-Combo synths, now you can download sounds for the new FA workstations.
The first free sound library is the Roland EXP-01 Dance Trax collection, a 'greatest hits' collection from the '80s and '90s containing 361 tones, 16 drums kits and 829 waveforms.
You can also import all of the Roland INTEGRA-7 sound libraries into your FA-06 or FA-08, too.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 28 Feb 2014 12:18 to category : Instruments News
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