How often have you as an organist wished that you could hear your music exactly the way the congregation hears it? With a Rodgers or Roland Classic organ, it’s easy to do with the press of a button or two.
Dedicated record and playback buttons are built right in to allow organists to save and listen to their playing. This makes it possible for you to go out into the pews, sit down and preview what the congregation will hear.
It’s an indispensible benefit when you want to record orchestral sequences that you can later use to accompany your own organ solos, or to prerecord music for wedding rehearsals you’re unable to attend or for an entire Sunday service. The organ can even keep playing while you leave to take communion.
Rodgers’ easy record and playback system means you don’t need complicated software, cables or technical knowledge. You don't have to hook up a computer to record your playing. Push record and start to play. Push stop when you're done. To hear your recording, simply push play. It doesn’t get any easier than this.
If you’re an organ student, the record/playback function gives you many useful options. You could save your pieces and play them back for your teacher, for instance. Or record a piece that you’re learning and then listen to find the parts you want to concentrate on improving.
Don’t forget that Rodgers organs also offer USB data storage, so the number of recorded performances you can save is unlimited.
Rodgers was the first to offer onboard record and playback as well as USB storage as standard features in classical organs. It’s one more reason your choice is clear – you want a Rodgers!