Free workshop booklets for the Fantom-G Workstation

Roland 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:
* Fantom-G Workshop 13: Playing Clips from the Fantom-G Pads
The Fantom-G’s assignable pads are a killer way to launch sequenced phrases as clips onstage, DJ-style. This booklet shows how to set up the pads for this application.
* Fantom-G Workshop 14: Adding Live Audio to the Fantom-G
Thanks to its onboard mini-mixer and dedicated input effects, the Fantom-G makes it easy to add sounds from a microphone, guitar, or any other instrument. This lets singers, players, and small combos use the Fantom-G as the center of a live performance rig without needing any other equipment.
* Fantom-G Workshop 15: Using the Fantom-G with a Computer
With its potent USB capabilities, the Fantom-G is an outstanding companion to a computer and a computer-based digital audio workstation.

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:




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