Roland (Boss) DR-3 Tutorial143
Learning how to use your new Roland (Boss) DR-3 has never been easier thanks to the official Roland DVD Owner's Manual!
With the DR-3 Dr. Rhythm, guitarists and songwriters can add incredible-sounding drums to their music. This ultra-affordable drum machine includes some of BOSS’ best acoustic and electronic drum kits and a selection of bass sounds. Great for jamming, the DR-3’s Rhythm Progressions and multiple variations make it easy to create a realistic-sounding drum track for any style of music. And with Total Sound Control, you can tweak your kits to perfection.
Take your DR-3 skills to the next level and pick up the official Roland DVD Tutorial today!
Initializing the DR-3
Playing the Demo
Styles and Patterns explained
Shifting Key and Tempo
Recording Patterns-Step method
Recording Bass lines-Step method
"No store command"
TSC (TOTAL SOUND CONTROL)
Switching in and out
Technical explanation of TSC
Naming TSC settings
Copying TSC settings
Recording Songs-Step method
Recording Songs-Real time
CREATING DRUM KITS
Level and Pan
Auto mode settings
A great way to learn all about the D3.
Having bought the Roland (Boss) DR-3 at the start of the new year, I had spent 3 frustrating months trying to understand the users guide but getting nowhere fast. That all changed when I came across David Wills at Pro Audio Exp.
Through his video tutorial he explained absolutely everything that I needed to know about the DR-3. His instructions were clear, simple and totally user friendly. David is by far the best teacher I have ever had and my ability to use the DR-3 fully is down to him alone. Thank you David!
Andrew Stevens - (North Yorkshire, England)
why isn't this tutorial included in my equipment purchase? I purchased the machine and need much clearer instructions to use than were provided
For anyone who has been confused by the manual, this DVD tutorial will make everything much clearer! Get the DVD and start enjoying the power of the DR-3. Thank you very much, David! You have a wonderful ability to make using these tools more enjoyable. Cheers, mate!