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Is this free? I have a Roland VS 2000CD Digital Studio Workstation, and I'm having some trouble in my recording and playback process. I can record and playback the 1st track fine, but the 2nd tracks can't be heard when I play them back. It shows that they are recorded, but I can't hear them. I hope you can help me! Thanks!

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  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi TRIKA

    Is this a new problem with the machine,or do you need some quick start guidance? Happy to help. Have you got a copy of the manual?

    robotek


  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    when recording it sounds off track and played late at different times when you playback

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Hey still need help with your workstation, post back to me here, happy to assist

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