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Roland announces the new VIMA JM-5 Sound Module, with thousands of sounds for full of musical backgrounds.

The JM-5 is a single audio unit dedicated to live vocal performance, and is designed for karaoke, amateur and professional singers, piano players, and entertainment venue owners. The VIMA JM-5 includes 128-voice polyphony, an SSC Sound Engine with over 1,000 sounds and 57 drum kits.

 

Songs can be played in a variety of formats—SMF, KAR, MP3, MP3+CDG, WAV, WAV+CDG, VIMA Tunes—either from USB Memory or external hard disk. You can sing along with the two microphone inputs and included auto harmony and effects presets. Songs can be instantly recalled, and tempo and key can be changed with the turn of a knob. Vocal sounds can even be minimized with the Center Cancel feature. The whole performance can be recorded to USB host memory as well.

 

The VIMA JM-5 also includes a composite video output so the audience or musician can follow lyrics and chord symbols as an SMF song is being played. Users can load pictures from USB memory or external hard disk for a virtual slideshow.

 

For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.

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