Roland is a Japanese company which specialises in the production of electronic musical instruments, equipment and software. Roland products are marketed under various different names such as BOSS and Edirol. The Roland D-50 is a digital synthesizer which was released in 1987. This model has a slot available for a memory card - this allows you to store patches on the memory card and easily load them onto your device.
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Things you need
- Memory Card-Reader
Insert the supplied memory card into the memory card-reader.
Connect the reader to your computer via a free USB port.
Download patches online and transfer them to the memory card.
Remove the card from the reader and insert it into the D-50 - the logo must be facing upwards. The memory card slot is located on the back of the device.
Power on your synthesizer and push the button labelled "Card" to use patches stored on the memory card.
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