Roland: New Free Booklets for Fantom-G

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ROLAND ADDS TO FANTOM-G WORKSHOP BOOKLET SERIES
Free Tutorials Help Users Navigate Key Features of the Fantom-G



 Los Angeles, CA, April 8, 2010—Roland U.S. is proud to announce five new workshop booklets for the Fantom-G Workstation Keyboard, bringing the total of illustrated PDF tutorials for its flagship workstation keyboard to 15. In addition, the first 10 Fantom-G Workshop booklets have been revised to include the many new features added in the recent Fantom-G Version 1.31 System Update. Workshop booklets are available as free downloads from the Roland U.S. website.

The Fantom-G has redefined the boundaries of playability and creativity with its advanced sound engine, revolutionary ARX SuperNATURAL® expansion bay, massive color LCD, powerful audio/MIDI recorder, and first-class 88-note Ivory Feel (Fantom-G8) and synth-action (Fantom-G7 and -G6) keys. The Fantom-G Workshop booklets help users take full advantage of the impressive features in this new breed of workstation keyboard.

Each Fantom-G workshop booklet focuses on one unique aspect of the Fantom-G, and is intended as a companion to the owner’s manual.

New Fantom-G Workshop booklets include:

Roland is dedicated to helping its customers get the most out of their gear, offering free Workshop series booklets for many other products in addition to the Fantom-G.

For all the latest booklets, please visit: http://www.rolandus.com/support/support_documents/workshop.aspx.


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