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Roland BK-5

Keyboard Arranger from Roland belonging to the BK series.

Roland announces the release of its first backing keyboard, the BK-5.

The sound and music rhythm quality of the new BK-5 is derived from the BK-7m, Roland’s backing module. Song and rhythm makeup tools for standard MIDI files and rhythms are also offered along with a second drum track for rhythms and SMF.

 

Music assistants and rhythms included in the new BK-5 backing keyboard cover a variety of musical genres and are compatible with BK-7m/E-series/G-series/V-series. Other features include 128 polyphony, over 1150 sounds, 60 drum kits, song playback, recorder, rhythm composer, video output, and audio input.

 

USB memory allows for audio recording and hosts an embedded rhythm composer suited for both performance and training applications. Backing music (rhythm, SMF, MP3, WAV) can be pulled directly from USB memory as well.

 

Audio in and video out options are included. Video out also lets the performer enjoy SMF/MP3 lyrics with friends or the audience on an external screen.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The BK-5 will be available in February 2012. MSRP on the BK-5 is $1,199.

 

For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.

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