Roland announces the BK-3 Backing Keyboard, the latest member of its popular lineup of BK-series instruments. A new backing keyboard that features a wide range of sounds and rhythms, song playback via USB memory and built-in speakers. Roland’s BK-3 is a very easy-to-use arranger/recorder keyboard that sets a new standard for entry-level arrangers.
Loaded with a big selection of sounds, Musical Assistants, and rhythms from around the world, this compact, 61-key arranger’s velocity-sensitive keys give you a dynamic and expressive playing experience, while onboard effects make the 800-plus sounds even richer. Users can play a variety of external backing formats via USB memory, including WAV and MP3 audio, SMF, and Roland rhythms (BK, E, G, and VA series). The BK-3 is compatible with Roland Wireless Connect, which allows users to communicate with an Apple iPhone or iPad over a wireless network via the optional WNA1100-RL Wireless USB Adapter.
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To restoring a Roland BK-3 to it’s factory settings, first press the MENU button, select the “Factory Reset” entry by using the UP or DOWN button and then press the ENTER button. When a message appears on the display, select “YES” by using the INC or DEC button, then press the ENTER button to go ahead with the initialization. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! When you execute “Factory Reset”, all stored settings will be erased and returned to the factory settings. Be sure that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Roland BK-3 Backing Keyboard Factory Reset” can help you.
Reference: Roland BK-3 manual