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Roland's Exciting New Audio Hardware
The DUO CAPTURE EX is a rugged, portable audio/midi interface with not only Microphone and MIDI inputs, but the special Hi-Z input, designed specifically for electric guitars and basses. It is also compatible with iPads (via Apple Camera Connection Kit).
This electronic package is loaded with two pro-quality VS Preamps. Ideal in the studio and on the move, it also comes bundled with SONAR XI LE DAW software.
The INTEGRA-7 SuperNATURAL Sound Module is like a toy store, filled to the brim with Roland's latest SuperNATURAL sounds and SRX packs. SuperNATURAL behavioural technology allows for customisable acoustic instrument behaviour for true realism. There's also a variety of synths, drums, and even customisable sound effects!
The INTEGRA-7 also features the innovative Motional Surround, allowing ambient sound positioning to give your sounds and instruments depth and place. Plug into an iPad and use the INTEGRA-7 Editor App. Furthermore, the Motional Surround VSTi Editor can be used with DAWs such as SONAR.
The UM-ONE mk2 USBG MIDI Interface is a handy little device, featuring high-performance FPT processing, USB bus-powered operation and USB and MIDI cables already integrated in for your convenience. Again, it's also compatible for the iPad (via Apple Camera Connection Kit).
Roland's new line-up of products are sure to intrigue any creative musician or producer out there.
Posted on 31 Aug 2012 09:49 to category : Instruments News
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