Roland Releases New Windows 8 USB Drivers

For audio interfaces, MIDI interfaces, keyboard controllers and sound modules      06/11/12

Roland Releases New Windows 8 USB Drivers


Roland Corporation U.S. has announced that new Windows 8 USB drivers are available for a whole range of Roland products including audio interfaces, MIDI interfaces, MIDI keyboard controllers and more. Drivers for Roland's extensive range of gear are released in concert with operating system updates. The company says that this gives musicians the immediate access they need to keep their creative visions flowing through Roland's leading electronic musical products.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "Roland understands the importance of keeping pace with technology, and by forging strong links with Microsoft and Apple, engineering teams are able to build and test new drivers alongside beta OS releases. Starting with the original MPU-40 in 1984, Roland has nearly thirty years of experience creating interfaces for computer music applications and continues to elevate the musical possibilities for musicians all over the world."
New 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows 8 drivers are available for these Roland products: Audio Interface:
  • OCTA-CAPTURE
  • QUAD-CAPTURE
  • TRI-CAPTURE
  • DUO-CAPTURE
  • UA-101
  • UA-1EX
  • UA-1G
  • UA-25EX
  • UA-4FX
MIDI Interface:
  • UM-ONE
  • UM-1/1EX/1S/1SX/1X
  • UM-1G
  • UM-2/2C/2E/2EX
  • UM-2G
  • UM-3EX
  • UM-3G
MIDI Keyboard Controller:
  • A-49
  • A-500S
  • A-PRO series
  • PC-50
  • PCR-30
  • PCR-300
  • PCR-50
  • PCR-500
  • PCR-80
  • PCR-800
  • PCR-M1
  • PCR-M30
  • PCR-M50
  • PCR-M80
MIDI Sound Module:
  • SD-50
  • SD-20
Windows 8 USB driver downloads:

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