Los Angeles, CA (November 8, 2004)–Roland Corporation US has announced the launch of its new education site, the Roland Music Education Community. The company has also recently made product manuals available online.
Located at www.RolandUS.com/musiceducation, the information-intensive site features sections including getting started, school spotlights, curriculums, resources and financing options for music technology educators nationwide. And, demonstrating its commitment to worldwide customer support, Roland US has brought Quick Start Guides, Owners Manuals and Applications references to its website.
Speaking to the newly added educational site, Roland MI education coordinator Debra Barbre commented, “This year we have stepped-up our support with powerful tools such as this new website and education focused events including the 2nd annual Music Power. We are committed to helping educators and their students move forward into the world of digital music technology and will continue to develop other tools and programs to support their needs.”
The new site offers invaluable fundraising tips, tricks and tools to help educators locate and obtain the funding they need to move forward with their music technology programs. “This is one of the areas that thwarts many efforts and we are here to help provide some proven solutions,” said Barbre. “While finding the funding can seem daunting, there are many steps educators can take to turn the odds in their favor and secure those funds.”
And, on the new online product manuals, Roland director of product management and marketing Doug Hanson said, “We understand how important it is to have this information readily available to our customers. Hopefully, due to the intuitive nature of our products, most of our customers will never even have to consult their product manuals but for those who do, the resources are just a few keystrokes away.”
Effective immediately Roland Corp. US will offer online manuals for the current Roland product line. The company intends to post manuals for legacy product in the near future.