Take a 360 Virtual Tour of Classic Synths In The Roland Museum

The doors to the private Roland Museum are now open online. You can now take a marvellous tour of some of the most iconic synths, drum machines and musical instruments from the past 40 years.  

Now here's something synth fans can get excited about. Whether you've had the opportunity to make beats on a classic TR-808 Rhythm Composer drum machine or not, you can now take a tour of some of the most iconic music hardware from Roland since the early 1970s.

The Roland Museum (At the Roland R&D Center in Hamamatsu, Japan) is NOT open to the public. However, this private museum IS open to everybody online via in this special 360-degree VR experience. "You can view the museum in a guided 360-degree video tour, or explore the displays at your own pace with a virtual walk-through in Google Street View."

Note: This 360 Virtual Tour video on YouTube is currently not supported in Safari. You may need to use another browser like Chrome or Firefox to get the full experience. Or you can try the Google Street View version below:

It's not just vintage synths and drum machines on show. There's pianos, organs, guitar products, recorders, sequencers, and more. Take the tour now.


Web: https://www.roland.com/global/company/museum/#360VR

Learn: Watch our video courses in the AskAudio Academy covering Roland Boutique synths, Roland System-8, and Roland Plug-Outs


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