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The Ultimate Guide to BOSS Loop Stations

Since the release of the first Loop Station, the twin pedal RC-20 in 2001, BOSS have constantly remained at the cutting edge of looping technology and are today the undisputed product leader of this worldwide phenomenon. With a more comprehensive lineup of looper devices available than any other single manufacturer, BOSS Loop Stations satisfy guitar players, beatboxers, DJs, accordion players, singers and producers within the audio looping community. With such a diverse selection of musicians using the wide range of BOSS Loop Stations, it’s fair to say that there is a BOSS Loop Station for everyone.   The more complex the…

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How To Connect Your Roland Piano To Bluetooth

Congratulations on your new Roland piano! You can get more out of your Roland piano by connecting via Bluetooth to your smart device. Here is your step-by-step guide. Contributed by Hiyori Matsushima for Roland Corporation Australia DP-603 / HP603 / HP605 / LX-7 / LX-17 / GP-607 FP-30 / F-140R / RP-501R FP-90 The first…

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Styles and Modes for Piano

Piano is one of the most versatile and beautiful sounding instruments. Simple in its design and playability, the sound of the piano appears across a wide range of musical genres. From classical recitals, to smooth jazz, rock, country and so much more, the piano can handle most styles with ease. A pianist who is “across”…

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I Used To Play The Piano

As ubiquitous as after-school sports or dance classes, piano lessons are part of nearly everyone’s childhood. While music is undoubtedly a fantastic thing to learn, life can sometimes get in the way of further development. As a child, there’s the thrill of more active pursuits or adventures outdoors. As a teenager and young adult there’s…

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Connecting A Digital Piano To A Computer

While many digital pianos have built-in tools for learning and making music, you can expand your possibilities even further through your PC. A digital piano can be easily connected to your Windows or Mac computer opening up a universe of music education, composition, and recording software to explore. Contributed by Roland UK One of the…

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Bluetooth Could Change The Way You Play Piano

Contributed by Roland UK You’ve heard of Bluetooth: the technology that allows short-distance wireless data exchange without a spaghetti junction. You’ve probably already used it for hands-free calls or on your wireless keyboard. But what you might not realise is how Bluetooth could change the way you play piano – because there’s never been a…

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Basics of Playing Piano

Learning to play the piano doesn’t have to be hard.  The following series of lessons put together by Roland and Pianist Magazine’s Tim Stein will show you a wealth of practice techniques and exercises that will help beginner pianists refine and perfect their performance. Lesson 1: Seating and Posture Lesson 2: Hand Shape and Hand…

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How to Get the Most from Your Piano Practice Time

Contributed by Roland UK Team Concert pianists typically clock up hundreds of hours per month in search of perfection. But for those of us who don’t have that amount of time available..

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Your Digital Pianos FAQ Answered!

Contributed by Roland UK Team and Mark van der Sluis This digital pianos FAQ is based on questions that we get from customers, which will hopefully help you in deciding and understanding more about digital pianos and which one would be right for you – even if that’s an acoustic one! (Which Roland don’t actually…