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Roland RD-2000 Stage Raises the Piano Bar

Roland has been producing the RD-Series instruments for more than 30 years, and the newest RD-2000 Stage Piano raises the bar by combining three decades of piano research and advanced controller features into one powerful and versatile instrument. The RD-2000 offers stunning acoustic and electric pianos, as well as a vast collection of additional sounds for tackling any musical style.

A Glossary of Live Production Buzzwords

If you have ever wanted to learn live video production jargon and buzzwords, read this B&H Explora article.

For Your Listening Pleasure: Wired versus Wireless Headphones

With each year, the variety and quality of wired and wireless headphones improves for a wide range of consumer and professional applications. Apple’s removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack in the iPhone 7, as well as the recent release of the company’s Airpods, would seem to indicate that the trend is toward wireless, though there remain plenty of situations in which a wired set of headphones is preferred.

2017 NAMM Show: Roland Introduces the New GO and Rubix Lines

Roland is a company known for its commitment to creating innovative products aimed at enhancing the joy of making music and playing an instrument.

Coolest Electronic Gear of 2016

The year 2016 is almost over and we’ve had a number of exciting and innovative technologies released this year that promise inspiration for the producer, DJ, and electronic musician.

22 Wonderful and Useful Pro Audio Gifts

Here at B&H, we’d like you to celebrate the pro-audio people in your lives, so we’ve compiled a list of stocking stuffers for the studio supplicant in your circle, whether that person be a musician, an engineer, or, as is usually the case these days, some horridly undercompensated combination of the two.

Finding Your Keys: Synth Tips to Put in any Guitar Player’s Pocket

The synthesizer quandary—every guitar player-turned-producer comes face to face with it sooner or later. On the one hand, that song you’re working on could really use a synth part. On the other hand, you’re a guitar player, not a pianist; those lessons your parents made you suffer through so long ago have been thoroughly wiped from the annals of your memory.

No keyboard skills? No problem. We at B&H can still give you practical advice on how to become a digital synth-smith, even if your wheelhouse is built of strings. Read on for tools, tips, and tricks!

Unveiled: Roland A-01K Controller and Tone Generator Synthesizer and Keyboard Controller

Unveiled: Roland System-500 Complete Modular Synthesizer

Unveiled: Roland Blues Cube Hot Guitar Amplifiers

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