Roland Updates V-Mixer Software
Bellingham, WA - May 17, 2011 - Roland Systems Group (RSG) has released software updates for its digital mixing consoles -- the M-400, M-380 and M-300 V-Mixers. One of the significant updates includes full project file compatibility and interchangeability between different models of V-Mixers. That means a project created on any model of V-Mixer including the new M-480 V-Mixer can be loaded via USB flash drive or RCS software to another model of V-Mixer. The V-Mixer consoles based on the REAC Ethernet audio protocol are the central component of a V-Mixer system with integrated digital snakes and multi-channel recording.
All updates are available on the Roland website. There is also a companion remote control software (RCS) update with each V-Mixer update (available on the same page).
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