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Save on SONAR X2 Studio, Get the Popular DAW for a Third of the RRP

...when you purchase any Roland Synth, Interface or Controller Keyboard
Purchase any Roland Interface, Controller Keyboard or Synth and get a copy of Sonar X2 Studio for just £59, saving over £130 off the RRP.

Roland are giving you the chance to purchase the Windows-based Sonar X2 Studio DAW for less than a third of the RRP when you buy any Roland Interface, Controller Keyboard or Synth, whilst stocks last.

Sonar X2 Studio contains all the tools and features you need to create polished, professional-sounding music. SONAR's Skylight interface speeds up your workflow and provides a simple, modern creative environment.

The perfect DAW for Windows, SONAR X2 Studio features Windows 8 multi-touch support, enabling 'swipe' and 'pinch to zoom' functionality, transforming your screen into a virtual pad controller.

When you buy any Roland Synth, Controller Keyboard or Audio Interface such as any DUO-CAPTURE interface, the A-88 MIDI Controller Keyboard or the popular Jupiter-80 Synthesiser, you'll get the chance to download the full version of SONAR X2 Studio for just £59.

A free trial of SONAR X2 is available to download from Roland, so you can try out the revolutionary workflow before purchasing the full version.

To participate in this offer, simply register your new gear online at the MyRoland site and email a copy of the receipt to customers@roland.co.uk, making sure you include a daytime telephone number.

For a list of products included in this offer and to view the full terms and conditions, please visit the Roland website. Please call our Roland Specialist for product advice on 0843 155 0500.

By Alice Thomson

Posted on 14 May 2013 12:30 to category : Instruments News

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