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An Interview with Redshape

Berlin producer Redshape talks new album, A Sole Game Berlin's Sebastian Kramer, who performs under the alias Redshape is set to release his next album, A Sole Game, through Monkeytown Records on October 26th. Redshape has been a faceless project for Kramer in the past, but he is now ready to take off the mask. A Sole Game's 8 tracks "take you on a journey through the nighttime worlds and dusky industrial landscapes haunted by howls and other strange voices". The album was created with a limited amount of instruments, including the Roland TR-808 and TR-909 Rhythm Composers. We asked Kramer…

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Top 15 Roland Releases of ’15

As we gear up for an exciting 2016, check out our most popular releases of 2015. What were your favourite releases this past year?15. 

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Introducing Roland Canada TRIBES! Voici les Roland Canada TRIBES!

En Français Roland Canada is pleased to introduce you to Roland Canada TRIBES! Roland Canada TRIBES is a collection of online communities where Canadian Roland & BOSS fans gather to talk about the music they’re making (and listening to!) and get expert advice on the gear they own or are thinking of buying. TRIBES include…

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Roland Drivers for Windows 8.1 and OSX 10.9 Mavericks – Ready now!

Roland products, such as our current Capture Series USB Audio Interfaces, are known for their incredibly stable drivers.  All Roland products are designed to achieve peak performance – computer drivers simply are part of the package and perform just as well. In case you haven’t heard, Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 was released earlier this month, while…

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Musikmesse – Perspective of the New Guy

Well, I must say now that my visit to the Frankfurt Musikmesse is over, what a treat it was!  I’ve been to many NAMM shows in California which is super exciting as well, but Musikmesse is an entirely different experience.  First of all, the show is enormous!  The show guide indicates seven halls, each of…

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Paul’s Going to Musikmesse – Day 2

One of the great things about working for Roland is that I get to spend time with amazing engineers and product specialists from all over the world. Hang with this crowd long enough and you start to learn about some incredible things our instruments can do, which may not be immediately obvious at first glance…