VS-700 UK Tour

Cakewalk and Edirol take flagship VS-700 on the road      30/03/09
VS-700 UK Tour


Here's the press release ...
The 2008 release of the SONAR V-Studio 700 system – the first joint Cakewalk and Roland product – marked a new era of inspired hardware and software music production solutions. Now you have the opportunity to see how two of the greatest companies in the history of software and hardware combine forces to take music production to the next level.
Matched with SONAR 8 Producer, VS-700 provides the deepest hardware/software integration of any control surface available today, offering fluid control over all aspects of SONAR 8 Producer's creative, editing and mixing capabilities, maximising both workflow and productivity. You'll also get to audition a range of detailed audio projects in superb quality, courtesy of the VS-700R V-Studio I/O that delivers pristine 24-bit/192kHz through a wide range of analogue and digital connections.
The first stage of the forthcoming Road Show takes in Liverpool, London and Edinburgh. Throughout each session there will be product specialists on hand to demonstrate the power of the V-Studio system and answer any questions you may have. You'll also have the chance to get hands-on with one of the most powerful and flexible music production systems currently available.
Those dates in full:
  • Dolphin Music (Liverpool): Wednesday 15th of April (evening)
  • Digital Village (Barnet): Saturday 18th of April (all day)
  • Digital Village (Romford): Saturday 25th of April (all day)
  • Red Dog Music (Edinburgh): Saturday 2nd of May (all day)
More information:
  • edirol.co.uk More From: EDIROL
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