AIRA Modular Tutorial

US Roland posts new AIRA Start video      31/07/15

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Roland has posted a new AIRA Start video for the AIRA Modular. Here's what they have to say...

AIRA gear is intuitive and easy to learn. It's part of what makes it so musically inspiring. But it also has a deep bag of tricks, and these can take time to discover and master. Whether you're curious about what AIRA can do, or just wondering where to begin, the AIRA Start videos provide a strong base for further exploration.

The AIRA Modular are the next-generation in modular synthesis. Each module can be re-programmed and recall patches using a virtual sub-modular system. This design allows you to customize each effect to your own personal modular system. The AIRA Modular includes:
TORCIDO modular distortion effect
BITRAZER modular crusher/filter effect
DEMORA modular delay effect
SCOOPER modular scatter/looper

This AIRA Start video for the AIRA Modular is divided into six chapters:

• BITRAZER Modular Crusher/Filter
• TORCIDO Modular Distortion
• DEMORA Modular Delay
• SCOOPER Modular Scatter/Looper
• FUNCTIONALITY showcases the four modules in a live performance and how you can create your own virtual modular patches via the fifteen sub-modules in the AIRA Modular Customizer – available on PC, Mac iOS and Android tablets.
• SETUP: Install the AIRA Modular into a Eurorack modular setup or use as a tabletop device. Learn how to utilise the various connections to your own system.

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