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sgroup.ca - Roland Sampler Users Group

This is the home page for the Roland Sampler Users' Group -- "sgroup". There is a mailing list and online resources for Roland sampler users.

It includes an archive of information, samples, documentation, and operating systems for users of Roland samplers, including the S-10, S-20, S-330, S-50, S-550, S-750, S-760, S-770, DJ-70 and W-30.

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The sgroup Mailing List

The sgroup mailing list is a discussion group for users of Roland samplers. To subscribe, send a mail message containing
     subscribe sgroup
to sgroup-subscribe@sgroup.ca. Strangely enough, you can unsubscribe from the mailing list by mailing
     unsubscribe sgroup
to sgroup-unsubscribe@sgroup.ca.

Or use the web interface at http://lists.sgroup.ca/mailman/listinfo/sgroup

To send a message to everyone on the mailing list, send mail to sgroup@sgroup.ca.

The sgroup Archive

The sgroup archive is available here, but only via HTTP, and not FTP (sorry). This is a semi-permanent home. Comments welcomed.

The archive site address may change from time to time, but the URL to this page,
        http://www.sgroup.ca/
is permanent and will "always" refer you to the archive.

Got something to contribute to the archive?

Sgroup -- FAQ -- Frequently Asked Questions

There's not much here in the sgroup FAQ yet, but mail me your entries, and it will grow.

CD-ROM copies of the sgroup archive

Want a copy of the archive of your very own? Check out the information on how to get a CD-ROM copy of the sgroup archive.

Hints

A few hints on how to make the best of things.

Floppy Drive Information

Need information on replacing your floppy drive?

Documentation

Links to available documentation.

Related Links

I maintain a small list of sgroup-related links that you're welcome to browse.

Why sgroup.CA?

You may ask, why is this a .ca domain? I thought it would be simplest to name it "sgroup.something" and all the .net .org .com variants were taken, and I don't like those new-fangled top-level domains (.info, .biz and the like). I live in Canada, and sgroup.ca was available and simple (and cheap) to get and maintain.

Don't get fooled by the .ca -- the sgroup has always been, and will of course remain, an international group, with members from all over.

 





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