If considering the Roland VR-09, be informed about this issue

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    Stephen Mendes

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    Hi Guys,

    The Upgrade from firmware 1.03 to 1.11.(1.12) changes what happens when you save tones with the ipad Editor

    If you do not plan on editing the voices with the editor, then no need to watch this video..... but if you plan on creating custom user tones..... then the Version of the OS in your VR-09 becomes important...... if you already have the VR-09 then to find out what version you have, hold down the EXIT button while you turn on power and do not release the exit button till the Version is shown..... to get back to normal keyboard operation simply turn off the power and then turn it back on.....

     
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    The free VR-09 Editor app for iPad gives you powerful, intuitive control of the organ and synth sound engines via your tablet’s full-color touchscreen interface. Quickly edit organ sounds and customize vintage tonewheel characteristics such as leakage, click noise, and rotary speed, and easily access synth sounds to build custom tones and layers. After tweaking sounds at home, you can take your iPad to the gig and use the app for extra real-time control on stage. Convenient, cable-free communication between the V-Combo VR-09 and iPad is simple to set up with Roland Wireless Connect. Alternately, you can link up with a USB cable via Apple’s iPad Camera Connection Kit or Lightning to USB Camera Adapter, depending on your iPad model.
     
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