Question about Roland Music
The D and G models do not have a battery supply. Nothing is mentioned in the owners manuals of either unit. So on the off chance there is one in use similar to a BIOS battery in a computer- you need to pull out all the screws holding it together and search the boards.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you tried the pedal straight into the amp without going thru the Roland?
Does the sustain pedal turn on with the foot pedal or is it a separte stomp switch to turn it on?
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Normally you have to clean the conductive rubber "pills" AND the circuit board traces they get pressed down on.
USE ONLY 99% isoprophyl alcohol on Q-Tips to do the cleaning and be gentle.
Use of other product like deoxit and other contact cleaners will wreck the contact material.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
Simple way is MIDI out from Juno to MIDI in on MPC, then (depending on how you want to work), connect MIDI out from MPC to the in on the Juno. If you do this you MUST turn local control off on the Juno or else you'll get double triggers (internal + msg in from MPC). Now to record sequences on MPC , set MIDI to as track in setup window (on the 2500, this is accessed by pressing MODE then pad 9, then press button under the corresponding tab [on LCD]) then set your MIDI channel by port, meaning if your MIDI cable is physically connected to out A, in your LCD in bottom right corner it will show as follows: 1A. This indicates you are transmitting on MIDI channel 1; port A. Remember, MIDI IS NOT AUDIO!!!!! Since the Juno is a synth and not a workstation, all transport controls are handled by the MPC, that's pretty much it... Hope this helps a little, enjoy!
P.S. Go to mpc-forum.com its THE sh**! They also have links for their e-book I have one for the 2500 and its awesome!!!
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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