Create Your Perfect Roland Piano With The Piano Designer app

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016

Connect supported roland digital pianos to the free piano designer app and you can control all of the characteristics to personalise your sound.  Roland digital pianos include a wide range of piano sounds, keeping you interested and making practice more varied and enjoyable. But what about once you’ve tried the preset models? With most digital pianos, you’re stuck with the ‘factory’ sounds, and have little or no scope to change them. Choose certain Roland pianos though, and the preset piano sounds are just the beginning.

Create a ‘one of a kind’ piano sound
Using the Piano Designer app for iOS and Android, you can quickly build your perfect piano sound. This easy-to-use app showcases the versatility of Roland’s SuperNATURAL Piano modelling engine by providing complete control over the fine details of the piano tone, right down to each of the 88 individual notes. You can even save different setups and use the app to change the piano’s voicing instantly – all via the touchscreen on your phone or tablet.

Roland-Piano-Designer-App

Perform with settings from the world’s finest piano technicians
If you don’t fancy fine tuning the piano tone yourself, the Piano Designer app also comes with a variety of presets that have been created by some of the world’s finest piano technicians. To play jazz repertoire, for example, you could select a 440Hz American piano or for classical, a 443Hz Viennese piano is perfect. These and many more settings are available instantly, and expand enormously the potential of your piano.

Which Roland pianos work with the Piano Designer app?
Depending on the model you own, there are a number of ways to connect your Roland piano to the Piano Designer app;

Via Bluetooth
LX-17, LX-7, HP605 and HP603
These pianos support Bluetooth technology, for fast, simple wire-free connection.

Via Wireless LAN/adaptor
LX-15e, HP508, HP506, HP504,DP90Se, DP90e, FP-80
To use wireless LAN functionality, you’ll need a wireless USB adaptor (Roland WNA1100-RL or ONKYO UWF-1), and a wireless LAN access point (such as a wireless LAN router) that supports WPS.

Via USB cable
LX-17, LX-7, HP605, HP603, LX-15e, HP508, HP506, HP504, DP90Se, DP90e, FP-80
You can also connect your iPad to your piano via a USB cable using Apple’s iPad Camera Connection Kit or Lightning-USB Camera Adaptor.

Download the Roland Piano Designer app for iOS Devices or Android Devices
Supported devices
iOS
Requires iOS 7 or later.
Compatible with 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.

Please make sure your Roland piano is updated with the most current system program. The latest system program and setup instructions can be found at the support pages Here:
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