Roland Systems Group

Jim Kumorek · March 19, 2018
Personal monitor mix systems, technology that allows band members to create their own monitor mixes, are increasingly popular in houses of worship. Ten years ago there were few available, today there are many manufacturers. Here's a selection suited for church use.

WFM Staff · October 11, 2017
Offering churches an ideal solution for tight spaces and tight budgets.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
The M-5000 live mixing console based on O.H.R.C.A. platform stands for "Open", "High Resolution", and "Configurable Architecture" and allows for freely assignable 128 audio paths, support for Dante, Waves, MADI, native 96 kHz audio throughout the system and introduces liberating user definable workflows that make operation fast, accurate and friendly.

WFM Staff · August 12, 2015
Newest model in the M-5000 Series features acclaimed Roland O.H.R.C.A. platform.

By Shawn Miller · July 21, 2014
Personal mixers have improved in quality and affordability over the years, and are a valuable tool for time-saving and for preserving the relationship between the musicians and the sound guy. Production veteran Shawn Miller offers some perspective on the benefits of using personal mixers with a worship team.

WFM Staff · September 27, 2013
The Roland VR-50HD is an all-in-one AV Mixer with output for Web streaming and recording. It is designed to simplify live worship production. It fully integrates an audio mixer, video switcher, multi-viewer touch screen, and USB video/audio streaming into a stand-alone device that can be controlled by a single operator.

WFM Staff · September 27, 2013
The Roland V-40HD is 4-Channel multi-format switcher with multi-viewer and HDCP compatibility to mix copy protected video sources. It handles HDMI, component, and composite connectors to match many HD cameras, PCs, and tablets, and it includes audio imbedding in the HDMI output signal for any church environment.

WFM Staff · September 26, 2013
The Roland M-200i is an affordable 32-channel digital console with mobile iPad control of all mixing functions. It features 17 motorized faders, eight AUX, four Matrix, and eight DCAs. It is expandable with multiple I/O configurations and multi-channel recording.

WFM Staff · December 07, 2011
WFX 2011 New Product Award Entrants and Winners