Roland returns to ADE Sound Lab

Tuesday, 30 April 2019
The Japanese manufacturer and distributor of iconic electronic musical instruments will once again be present at this year's ADE Sound Lab with its latest instruments and hardware.

Following recent announcements about New Order to take about AFAS Live and Celebrating 100 years of electronic music instruments, we continue with another addition to ADE Sound Lab, confirming that Roland will be back again at this year's ADE. The brand will be setting up an extensive gear testing area at De Brakke Grond in order to present their latest range of instruments.

Visitors will also be able to try out some of the newest gear including DJ Controllers, TR-8S, SH-01a, TR-08, D-05, and SE-02 boutique synthesizers and their newest Roland Cloud Plugins. Delegates can also chat with product experts and Roland artists, all of whom can answer your questions and guide you through the various flavors of Roland's music-making experience.

In addition to this, Roland will be running an interactive master class to discuss how Roland gear has been used in a range of creative situations. Last year the company invited artists including Dub FX, who explained his live setup, Nacho Marco discussing integrating studio hardware into a DJ set, A Guy Called Gerald and his live improvisation techniques, Egyptian Lover who hosted an 808 Masterclass, and appearances by Bloody Mary and Paula Temple.

About ADE Sound Lab

ADE Sound Lab features intimate and revealing talks with major figures from the electronic scene, with formats such as ADE MusicTalks, The Record Bag Of ... and Studio XL.

In previous years the program welcomed the likes of Antal, Colin Benders, KSHMR, Lena Willikens, Marco Faraone, Nina Kraviz and Xosar among many others. ADE Sound Lab also features the annual Demolition panel with moderator and DJ Dave Clarke alongside a panel of top DJ talent, demo pitches and audiovisual installations, plus a broad range of hardware and software brands to try out.

ADE Sound Lab takes place from Wednesday, October 16th to Saturday, October 20th.