How to use the Roland Gaia SH-01 Phrase Recorder – tutorial demo and performance

Geoff from shows how to use the Roland Gaia SH-01 Synthesizer’s “Phrase Recorder” feature.

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All music in this video is original and created entirely by myself, Geoff Peters, used with permission.

Technical notes:
This video was filmed on a Sony RX100 Mk2 Cybershot camera. Audio recorded using two Zoom H1’s and the video was edited using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow). Sound was played live through a Roland KC-350 Stereo Mixing Keyboard amplifier.

Erasing a Phrase
Q: Can anyone tell me how to erase a loop from the phrase recorder? I’ve tried every possible key combination and nothing seems to work. I’d appreciate if someone could tell me how! Thank you!

A: Yes there is a way. You need to change the number of bars of the phrase to a different number and then change it back right away, and then the phrase will be cleared. So if I currently have a four bar phrase, change it to a three bar phrase, and then change it right back to a four bar phrase, it will now be erased. I wish this was more clear in the manual :) Hope this makes sense!!

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2 thoughts on “How to use the Roland Gaia SH-01 Phrase Recorder – tutorial demo and performance

  1. Jesse

    Hi there, is there a way to elimate the 4 beat count in and record right when button is hit? Cheers

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