Roland MC-707 Update 1.2 Adds Many Initially Promised Features Like Sampling

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Roland has today released a major first update 1.2 for its MC-707 groove machine that includes sampling, a sample browser, chord designer & more 

Roland has not listened to his users as some creator reports but they delivered what they promised during the presentation of the device to the customers. This is different than listening to the users. Much of it was known but was not included in the 1.0 version

However, it’s now finally here. It took a little bit longer but now the MC-707 is more powerful and useful than before. The new update features, among other things, a sampling engine with sample slicing, looper tracks, chord designer and more.

Roland MC-707 Update 1.2

Equipped with Roland’s latest sound engine, the MC-707 has all the sounds of legendary Roland rhythm machines and synthesizers, but also looks forward with modern digital and hybrid sounds. The eight-track sequencer is optimized for fluid production of today’s electronic-focused music styles, with 16 ultra-sensitive pads for playing or sequencing drum parts, melodic basslines, or polyphonic chord progressions.

New Functions Added In The Roland MC-707 Update 1.2

  • sampling including sample slicing.
  • chord designer
  • scale performance
  • sample browser
  • clip line load
  • looper track
  • MIDI input/output
  • pad sensitivity adjustments
  • metronome sound output destination & selection
  • shortcuts
  • quantize timing adjustments

The new Roland MC-707 Update is available now as a free download.

More information here: Roland

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