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                       Users Group

                      The ATELIER Users Group or “The AUG” as it’s affectionately called, exists to bring together owners and players of the fabulous range of ATELIER instruments from the Roland stable. Operated and run by David Thomas of DTKM who is an ATELIER Concert Artiste and endorsee for the product for Roland in the UK, the group has an ever growing membership of beginners and seasoned players.

          As well as regular dealer visits and meetings up and down the UK, through the use of today’s technology, members use this site to Sign-In and download updates for their AUG USB Sticks which gives them access to professionally prepared Registration Setups, Performances, Rhythm Styles, Software and Documents. These are all produced to enable them to achieve more from their chosen instrument and at no matter what level of playing ability they are at.


      The aim of the group is to create a base for its members to get much more from their various models. As they gain access to areas of this site not visible to first time visitors and through use of their sticks and updates we build a complete ATELIER Library of all materials for this wonderful range of instruments.


Welcome to “The AUG”
An AUG In-Store Meeting
We are sorry for the recent Technical Problem when viewing The AUG site 
Visit again soon for Major Developments as we update it’s Pages & Content

Although new software is fundamentally aimed at owners of S, SL and Current USB models, DTKM & the group holds a back-list library of ATELIER related software , so if you have an older or early model take a look at the Early Software page and contact us for details of what’s available for your instrument.

          If this is your first visit, please take time to look around our dedicated site and if you would like more information please don’t hesitate to contact us.


            David also provides back-up through the site, telephone and email as members tackle their own pieces and want to use all of the instrument’s features.