Roland Gaia Synthesizer Sound Designer
Roland is proud to announce the Gaia Synthesizer Sound Designer, a software-based editor application for the Gaia SH-01 Synthesizer.
Compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X, the Gaia Synthesizer Sound Designer allows users to access the Gaia synth's entire set of sound parameters visually via a computer.
Once installed, all that is required is a single-cable USB connection between the Gaia synth and the PC. Every control for the three synthesizer engines is represented, while the Waveform Display shows the shape of the currently edited waveform in a virtual oscilloscope, providing a graphical representation of the sound.
The Action List feature allows users to record and play back every step of the sound-creation process. Additionally, the software comes with many sample Action Lists that detail the creation of common sounds such as synth bass and synth lead. This feature is designed to help beginners understand basic synthesis and aids music educators teaching in synthesizer labs.
Pricing & Availability
The Gaia Synthesizer Sound Designer is expected to be available in October with an MSRP of $99.00.
For more information, please visit www.RolandConnect.com.
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