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Piano Designer

Free

The Piano Designer app helps you to personalize the sound of your Roland piano. Inside the instrument are many parameters that allow you to finely adjust the sound elements of the piano, much in the same way that an experienced piano technician fine-tunes an acoustic piano for a particular artist or musical style. With the Piano Designer app, you can easily control these many elements from the graphical touchscreen on your mobile device. In addition, the app includes many ready-to-play settings, allowing you to enjoy custom sounds created by world-class piano technicians.

  • Piano Designer
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  • Roland Wireless Connect
Piano Designer

Details

- Parameters related to lid position, strings, and hammers are listed at a glance, and can be edited and transferred to the piano easily.
- Enjoy playing your Roland piano with sounds fine-tuned by famous piano technicians.
- Graphically adjust the pitch, level, and tonal character independently for each of the piano’s 88 notes.

Important notes:
* Make sure your Roland piano model is updated with the most current system program. The latest system program and setup instructions can be found at the support pages at www.roland.com.
* In order to use wireless LAN functionality, you’ll need a Roland piano that supports Piano Designer, a wireless USB adaptor (Roland WNA1100-RL), and a wireless LAN access point (such as a wireless LAN router) that supports WPS. You can also connect your iPad to your piano via a USB cable when using Apple’s iPad Camera Connection Kit or Lightning-USB Camera Adaptor.

Compatible Products

種類 製品
Digital Pianos LX-15eHP508HP506HP504DP90SeDP90eFP-80

Supported devices:

[iOS] Requires iOS 7 or later. Compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPad 2, iPad (3rd generation), iPad (4th generation), iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad mini with Retina display, and iPod touch (5th generation).
[Android] Recommends Android 4.2.2 or later.

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