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Roland Announces New MV-Series Drum Kit Download.


Roland announces a new installment in its series of exclusive Drum Kit downloads for the MV-Series Production Studios: MA Dirt & Grime. This new drum kit is available for existing MV-8000 and MV-8800 owners and spans a range of musical styles from urban, R&B and electro house. The kit has a slightly gritty sound and a wider-than-normal range of sensitivity, so you can experiment with changes in swing and volume.

“The kit can sound clean or slightly gritty depending on how hard you play the MV’s velocity-sensitive pads, ” says Roland Product Manager Vince LaDuca. “This gives the kit a huge range of expressiveness useful in all kinds of musical genres. The MA Dirt & Grime kit is a great addition to the over 400 instruments that already come with the MV-8800 production studio.”

MA Dirt & Grime joins Roland’s previous downloads for the MV: CR-7800 sound set (Roland’s first drum machine, the CR-78), TR-527 sound set (a compilation of classic TR-505, TR-707, and TR-727 kits), and TR-808 sound set (the ultimate TR-808 kit for your MV).

This free download is available now at: https://www.rolandus.com/promotions.

For more information, visit their web site at www.rolandus.com.
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