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First images of the Roland Aira

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We expected it at NAMM, but Roland announced last week that we would have to wait until February to discover Aira.

Roland chose the Dancefair 2014 festival in Holland, on February 15th and 16th, to unveil Aira, which is not a single drum machine as we thought but a complete series of new modules. Icing on the cake, the brand offers two VIP passes to the festival with access to the big launch party.

If you want to try and win these precious Golden Tickets, run to www.rolandce.com/aira before February 9th, 23h59, to fill out the small form and answer three simple questions. If you can’t access the form, subscribe to the newsletter on the same page to receive the invitation.

Roland is whetting our appetite with a third video in which we can finally see what the Aira modules are going to look like. Knobs, buttons, sliders, keys, with plenty of colors…

 

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