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Roland MV-8000 & MV-8800 DVD Tutorial

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Learning how to use your new Roland MV-8000 / MV-8080 has never been easier thanks to the official Roland DVD Owner's Manual!

From making beats to sampling and CD-burning, the MV-8000 Production Studio does it all—quickly and elegantly. Sample your own sounds or import Roland, Akai, ACID and .WAV libraries, then arrange it all using 16 velocity/aftertouch-sensitive pads and Roland’s most powerful audio/MIDI sequencer. Add a selection of professional COSM effects, onboard mastering tools, a built-in CD-RW drive and USB port, and you’ve got the ultimate studio for today’s producers.

While this DVD was produced using the original MV-8000 product, the information included is perfectly suited to the later released MV-8080.

Take your MV-8000 / MV-8080 skills to the next level and pick up the official Roland DVD Tutorial today!

ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRIMER
Components of a typical studio
What is a Sequencer?
What's inside my MV-8000?

SAMPLING
3 ways to sample
...Audio Phrase
...Patch
...Sample
Autotriggering the sample start
Re-Sampling
Importing samples from a CD
Auto-dividing samples
Quick Edit

PLAYING THE PADS
Types of tracks (Audio or MIDI)
Touch sensitivity
Pad Banks
Transposing melodic instruments
Editing level and pan
Using the ClipBoard
Deleting Pads
Roll function
Hold function
Fixed Velocity

WORKING WITH INSTRUMENTS
16 Instrument Parts
Loading an Instrument from Disk
Patch Library
"Project" defined
Editing Patches

AUDIO PHRASES
Pad Banks
Types of Pad Play
Locking Tempos together
Chop function

RECORDING YOUR FIRST SONG
Creating a new song
Types of Tracks
Looping a section
Recording our 1st track
Erasing on the fly
Adding a MIDI track
Recording our 2nd track
Quantizing
Step recording
Punching in
Recording our 3rd track (Audio Phrase)
Recording our 4th track (Direct Audio)

EDITING YOUR SONG
Selecting what you want to edit
Our 1st edit
Listing of Edit commands
Event list
Piano roll

PLAYING YOUR SONGS
Mute and Solo
Track parameters
Using the Aux sends
Using the Locators
Adjusting the song's tempo
Using the mixer
Using the effects

MIXDOWN/CD BURNING
Mixing down your song
Mastering your song
Burning your song to CD

MISC SCREENS/FUNCTIONS
Project screens
Disk/USB options
Sync options
System screens

GRADUATION

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