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The Roland V-Drums Friend Jam for kids

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If your children wish to learn to play drums in a fun way, Roland offers its V-Drums Friend Jam software in a new version for youngster.

The V-Drums Jam Kids software is a free application intended for kids who play Roland V-Drums electronic drums. It allows them to follow their skills progression and compare their level to other young drummers worldwide.

The features of V-Drums Jam Kids are the same as the ones in V-Drums Friend Jam, but the GUI and functionality have been adapted to children. Roland adds that the library includes popular songs and nursery rhymes (Twinkle Twinkle Little Star), and that it will be completed in the future. It is also possible to add MP3 files to play along with your favorite songs.

The V-Drums Jam Kids software is available for Mac OS X and Windows, you can download it for free from www.roland.com.

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