Roland Corporation U.S. and the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles have opened a permanent installation at the latter called Roland Live.
The exhibition gives visitors a chance to participate in the music-making process. By playing electronic musical instruments, guests will have the opportunity to explore and think critically about how today’s music is crafted.
Among a wide variety of Roland products, visitors can interact with V-Drums, BOSS pedals, Handsonic, VIMA keyboards, and the MV-8800 Production Studio.
“Working with Roland is a natural fit for the museum,” says Robert Santelli, Executive Director of the Grammy Museum.
“The Grammy Museum is a destination for music education. They have so many amazing activities that make music come to life,” states Dennis Houlihan, President of Roland Corporation U.S. “We’re excited to bring the experience of performing on Roland instruments to a place that everyone can enjoy.”
Fans of Roland’s products range from Elton to Lady Gaga.