Which Audio Interface Is Right For You?

Choosing an audio interface that's right for you can be hard work.  Here's a simple guide to finding the one that's best for your with minimum effort. Read more

Seven Hidden Features of the Roland Boutique Synths

The JP-8, JX-3P and Juno-106 synthesizers stand as stalwarts of their time. Released between 1981 and 1984, each produced classic synth lines to countless music genres. Many of the original synths have found their way into collector's hands and in good condition are valued into the thousands of dollars. Read more

Jimi Hendrix's 'Foxy Lady' Tone Dissected

Let's take a look at Jimi Hendrix's gear and how we can replicate the tone from Foxy Lady with the Boss ME-80! Read more

AIRA Modular: What is Control Voltage?

TUnderstanding control voltage is the key to mastering the moduler synthesizer. Learn more about the language of control voltage in this article. Read more
Ableton Live Performance Made Easy With New AIRA MX-1 Mode
Ableton Live and the AIRA MX-1 Mix Performer both share one thing in common: PERFORMANCE. Learn how to control your Ableton Live Sets with the new “LIVE” Mode of the AIRA MX-1 Mix Performer.… Read more
Roland V-Drums: What’s The Difference? The Range Explained
With the V-Drums range of kits, your biggest obstacle is also one of the range’s biggest advantages—variety. As advantageous as variety is, it’s also responsible for one of the most frequently asked questions regarding the V-Drums range.… Read more
Which Audio Interface Is Right For You?
Choosing an audio interface that’s right for you can be hard work. Here’s a simple guide to finding the one that’s best for you with minimum effort.… Read more
How To Add Samples To Your V-Drums
Read this article to find out how you can add samples to your favourite V-Drums kit and get more out of your drum setup.… Read more
Seven Hidden Features of the Roland Boutique Synths
Contributed by David Jiang for the Roland Australia Blog

Classic Roland Sound

The JP-8, JX-3P and Juno-106 synthesizers stand as stalwarts of their time. Released between 1981 and 1984, each produced classic synth lines to countless music genres. Many of the original synths have found their way into collector’s hands and in good condition are valued into the thousands of dollars.… Read more
Linkin Park’s ‘Numb’ Tone Dissected
Let’s take a look at the gear used by guitarist Brad Delson (Linkin Park) and how we might replicated the tone for the track “Numb” with the ME-80.… Read more
Led Zeppelin’s ‘Whole Lotta Love’ Tone Dissected
“Whole Lotta Love” is the opening track on Led Zeppelin’s legendary album Led Zeppelin II. Let’s take a look at Jimmy Page’s gear and how we can replicate the tone from Whole Lotta Love with the Boss ME-80!… Read more
High School Girls’ Search for a Vocal Effector
What are Vocal Effectors? Do I need one? If so, which one would be suitable for me ? Join the two Japanese high school girls’ search for a Vocal Effector to find one that’s perfect for you.… Read more
Roland Icon Series: The Roland SYSTEM-100 Synthesizer
  The Roland Icon Series is a collection of articles looking back at the most popular and recognised Roland instruments. In over four decades, Roland has designed many world-first instruments like the first touch-sensitive keyboard and first guitar synthesizer.… Read more
Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Foxy Lady’ Tone Dissected
Let’s take a look at Jimi Hendrix’s gear and how we can replicate the tone from Foxy Lady with the Boss ME-80!… Read more