- Make sure your Roland digital piano is updated with the most current system program. Some models may require a system update.
Flash Card – A fun way to develop your listening and reading skills
Flash Card is an interactive music game for developing your listening and reading skills. The player is challenged to play the note shown on the “virtual” flash card or heard aurally. In each session, the player is awarded after five challenges. Three levels of difficulty are available, so players of all skill levels can enjoy.
Content Browser – Easy access to a variety of onboard songs and tones
Content Browser lets you access the built-in songs, tones, and rhythms of the connected piano instantly by category names on the iPad’s display. You can also enjoy remote playback control of songs, including part mute or metronome on/off, from the iPad — very convenient for daily practicing or lessons.
* Content Browser and DigiScore Lite are only available for the built-in songs. You can’t use your original piano recordings nor other SMF files.
DigiScore Lite – See the onboard songs displayed as digital notation
DigiScore Lite displays digital sheet music of the onboard songs on the iPad’s screen. Notation pages are turned automatically according to the playback tempo. You can practice each hand individually along with the song by muting left-hand or right-hand part, or with a slower tempo, while displaying the notation. DigiScore Lite assists your daily practicing with a wide variety of built-in songs, from piano etudes to piano masterpieces.
* DigiScore Lite is compatible with the LX-15e/15, HP508/507/506/504, DP90Se/90e, RP401R and F-130R.
Connect your Roland Pianos with an iPad!
By inserting the WNA1100-RL Wireless USB Adapter (sold separately) into the USB MEMORY port on your Roland piano, you can use Piano Partner applications on your iPad wirelessly. You can also connect your iPad to your piano using Apple’s iPad Camera Connection Kit.
* In order for the iPad to communicate with compatible Roland pianos using the WNA1100-RL or ONKYO UWF-1, a wireless LAN access point with an Internet connection is required.
* When you use ONKYO UWF-1 with FP-80, please note that USB port is narrow.
How to check the system program version:
To check the system program version, turn the piano on while pressing and holding the [–] and [+] buttons. The LCD will show the current version. You’ll need a system update if the version is not the latest system program.