Roland GO:KEYS is a keyboard any non musician can play
GO:KEYS is the new Roland keyboard that will have you playing beautifully even if you can’t play a single note or chord.
GO:KEYS functions as a regular keyboard even if you have no technical knowledge on how to play the instrument.
A sweet little feature of this new instrument is known as the “loop mix”. With the loop mix you will be able to play loop phrases by pressing one single key. You could me making fat tunes in real time, with little to no musical skill.
The GO:KEYS is aimed at anyone starting out and for those on the go. It could be a great device if you are traveling and keen to start making music on your own.
If you wanted to do something different this year, then the GO:KEYS may be a fun solution. You could get creative and be productive at the same time. You could even crank out a hit track.
The beginner friendly G0-61K GO:KEYS and GO-61P GO:PIANO keyboards is yet another futuristic technical development in the music production world. It takes the power to produce music away from a handful of seasoned instrumentalists; and widens the field.
For music producers
The future of music production is an open sphere with apps, instruments, and software that supports the idea that music production will no longer only be defined by hunched over dudes in basements. The future indicates that anyone, anywhere with varying skill levels will have the resources to make music on the fly.
Both instruments can be powered with batteries and have built-in speakers. They are specifically designed for those who are taking their first steps into the world of keyboard playing. Therefore the GO:KEYS can be used by anyone. Sounds and genres can be selected from the touch panel, and there’s an XY pad for hands-on tweaking.
If you would like to specifically learn how to play the piano then the GO:PIANO is suited to you. It comes with piano, organ, string and other sounds. There is also a touch panel, and various practice features are also onboard.
Both keyboards can also be played in standard fashion and used as controllers. There’s audio/MIDI Bluetooth compatibility, so that you can wirelessly stream music through the built-in speakers and play along to it.
The G0-61K GO:KEYS and GO-61P GO:PIANO keyboards will soon be going on sale and we estimate retail in South Africa to be between R 5,000 & R 7,000.