Roland (Boss) BR-1200 Tutorial129
Learning how to use your new Roland (Boss) BR-1200 has never been easier thanks to the official Roland DVD Owner's Manual!
From guitar pick to compact disc, the BR-1200CD can turn your ideas into radio-quality songs with untold power. Packed with great COSM® effects and amp models derived from BOSS’s GT-6/6B multi-effects processors, plus a great-sounding bass and drum rhythm programmer for instant backing tracks, the BR-1200CD is one of the coolest hard disk recorder on the market.
Take your BR-1200 skills to the next level and pick up the official Roland DVD Tutorial today!
Front panel Overview
Playing the Demo Song
Moving around the Song
YOUR FIRST RECORDING
Creating a Song
Selecting an Input
Using the Tuner
Recording 2 Inputs
Adding Insert Effects
"Insert" vs. "Loop" Effects
Recording with a metronome
Example 1:Bass track
Example 2:Guitar overdub
AB Repeat Button
Deleting Punch Points
Selecting Track types
"What is an Arrangement?"
...Step Mode Drums
Recording Bass Lines
...Copy and Insert
...Move and Insert
Creating Audio CDs
Assinging to Buttons
Laying out in an Arrangement
I ordered the DVD for my BR-1200. I was taken care of like I was known personally and this was the first time I ever ordered anything. I recommend Pro Audio EX to everyone. They are a fair merchant with true feelings for their Customers. I will order again in the future. Thanks for caring!
I am a retired (52) Intensive Care Nurse in the UK - so not exactly a technophobe but new to the digital recording game. The paper manual is not particularly music friendly. Your course is a huge help BUT would be so much better if it included a step by step demonstration of a recorded song from beginning to end, making no assumptions and not skipping over any detail. If this adds an hour and doubles the cost it would be well worth it. Please let me know when you have done this and I will buy it.
Hello David, Here's Jan from Belgium. Today I have received my DVD OWNERS MANUAL for the BR-1200 CD Although my DVD player is a PAL format I can really play this region free NTSC Pro Audio Training DVD. So I like to thank you and to say that I am very happy with my tutorial DVD. The explanations about the contents are so clear and inspiring that anyone on the planet can understand it. I'm surely going to tell my friends about ProAudioDVDs.com because Roland Europe doesn't have this kind of DVD's. Best regard from a very satified costumer. Jan Baeyens Aartselaar (Antwerp) Belgium
I found the course to be very helpful. I'm new to home recording and the owner's manual that came with the 1200 wasn't all that clear in some cases. This dvd explained at lot of stuff the paper manual doesn't cover or doesn't cover well. The only negative would be that the dvd went through some material a bit quickly, but with the combination of the two, I'm sure I can do what I want with the 1200. It's one cool machine!
I believe the course was worth the money and it helps the process of getting started with this complex digital recorder become much less daunting. I would recommend it to anyone purchasing a BR-1200 who is not already familiar with a similar system.
I believe the DVD was worth the money and it helps the process of getting started with this complex digital recorder become much less daunting. (suggestion for the DVD's producer) I would have liked to have had a 'putting it all together' section towards the end of the DVD which covered all aspects in the creation of a song with custom rythym/bass in one LONG example rather than just the various sections where that info is available. In its absence I still believe the DVD was more helpful than not having it and I would recommend it to anyone purchasing a BR-1200 who is not already familiar with a similar system.
The instruction manual that comes with the BR-1200 is good but not enough to master it. After going thru the DVD quickly as a 1st run, I feel it will help me as a beginner, master it in a fraction of the time it would have taken me otherwise. That is of course unless you re a professional & know your stuff already. I think it s worth every penny for me.
I found the dvd to be very helpful. I'm new to home recording and the owner's manual that came with the 1200 wasn't all that clear in some cases. This dvd explained at lot of stuff the paper manual doesn't cover or doesn't cover well. The only negative would be that the dvd went through some material a bit quickly, but with the combination of the two, I'm sure I can do what I want with the 1200. It's one cool machine!
While the course is very helpful on; how to record a song. The lessons do not go into depth, the way I would have liked it to do. I would have spent three times the money for a DVD that went into deatail on how to use the built in bass & drum effects. While there is a short lesson on using these effects, it is a far cry form how much the BR-1200 will do. Dave is a great instructer, but comes up short on using the Boss BR-1200. My desire, use as many course as needed, but take your time when teaching. Here is one individual that will pay the cost of an in depth tutorial, on using the BR-1200.