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Cakewalk Announces The V-Studio 20 At Prolight Sound

The third product in the V-Studio line from Cakewalk and Roland.

Cakewalk has announced the V-Studio 20 recording solution for guitar players and singer songwriters who want an easy way to get start making music.

The V-Studio 20 includes a stereo USB Audio Interface, onboard BOSS-powered COSM DSP effects for Guitar & Vocals, and the VS-20 Effects Editor and Guitar Tracks recording software

The compact V-Studio 20 hardware combines a USB audio interface, stereo microphones, and a basic universal DAW controller that supports all popular digital recording software for Mac/PC via Mackie control protocol.

The V-Studio 20 combines a portable hardware recording system with computer-based recording.

For the first time, BOSS effects and COSM-modeled amplification are now available for direct recording and performance with a computer.

The software-based V-Studio 20 Effects Editor provides guitarists with control over effects and amplifier models.

The compact V-Studio 20 hardware includes a USB audio interface, stereo microphones, and a basic universal DAW controller that supports all popular digital recording software for Mac/PC via Mackie control protocol.

 
V-Studio 20 is the third product in the V-Studio line of Cakewalk-branded hardware and software solutions from Cakewalk and Roland, and the first joint product that combines the talents of Cakewalk and BOSS.

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