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Roland announce iPad 2 offer with Jupiter-80

Receive a free iPad 2 with any Jupiter-80 purchased before the end of May

Roland have announced that they will be including a free iPad 2 with every Jupiter-80 synthesizer purchased between 13th April and 31st May. Featuring Roland’s recently developed new SuperNATURAL sound modelling technology, the Jupiter-80 delivers a greater depth of expressive realism, and has been designed specifically for live performers with its hands-on approach to synthesis.

<strong>Roland are set to launch the new JP Synth Editor app for the iPad: </strong>Roland Jupiter 80 iPad appRoland are set to launch the new JP Synth Editor app for the iPad: Roland Jupiter 80 iPad app

In addition to the iPad 2 giveway, Roland are set to launch the new JP Synth Editor app include with the Jupiter-80 Version 2 software update. This will enable players to edit Jupiter-80’s SuperNATURAL synth tones directly on the iPad via a USB connection, offering keyboard players a greater level of editing control over their synth sounds.

To qualify for a free iPad 2, you will need to purchase a Jupiter-80 from a participating Roland dealer, and register it online before the 31st May.

To see a list of participating dealers, and for further information, check out http://www.roland.co.uk/jp80ipad.


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