Big News: Roland released Roland Cloud v.4 with Jupiter 8, Juno-106 and System 8 Plugin Synthesizer

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Big News from Roland. At NAMM, Roland released the new Roland Cloud subscription service but the news was not big. Now they release the big thing. The japan based company released three new plug-in Synthesizers: The Jupiter 8, Juno-8 and System-8 Plugin Synthesizer. You receive this plugins for free in the Roland Cloud subscription model which you can try one month for free. 

4.0 is Roland Cloud’s most massive release yet!
This release promises to address several of the requests we’ve received from you to provide more iconic Roland hardware synthesizers in their DAW-ready VST and AU software synthesizer counterparts.  Let’s dive right in to the brand new LEGENDARY series..

Back to the Future
Every musician has an instrument of their dreams, something that everything else is compared to, something that makes their heart race at the very thought of laying hands on it. While their music may be famous to millions, to the musician, these dream instruments are the stuff of LEGEND. 

Over the last half century, no brand has had a greater influence on the shape and sound of modern music than Roland. Today, as a result, many genre-defining Roland Synthesizers and Rhythm Machines are highly-coveted and valued at thousands above their original selling prices! 

While original and iconic instruments with names like JUPITER and JUNO may be beyond the reach of most, a stunning breakthrough in technology HAS JUST CHANGED EVERYTHING. 

Introducing the LEGENDARY SERIES Software Synthesizers from Roland.
For Players, Producers, and Fans of classic synths, the LEGENDARY Series are authentic Roland software synthesizers for your computer-based DAW. Powered by Roland’s groundbreaking Analog Circuit Behavior (ACB) modeling, the LEGENDARY Series perfectly captures every sound, every nuance, every control, the very spirit of some of the most famous synthesizers in music history! 

From CRUSHING Basses to VELVET Pads, JAW-SPLITTING Leads to SHIMMERING Ambience- you won’t believe what you’re hearing and playing…but these instruments are REAL, they are LEGENDARY, and they are ROLAND!

By popular demand 

To kick off the LEGENDARY series, Roland Cloud has been listening to requests from you and learned that some of the most popular instrument requests have been for the Jupiter-8 and the Juno-106.  Wait no longer!  The Roland Cloud 4.0 release delivers software versions of these hardware legends.  

With the Roland Jupiter-8 Software Synthesizer, every sound and performance element of this polyphonic powerhouse has been recreated with meticulous attention to detail. The Roland JUNO-106 Synthesizer is a complete component-level recreation of the original 6-voice instrument.  

Future LEGEND: AIRA Series System-8 Software Synthesizer makes its debut on Roland Cloud

Inspired by the past, built in the present, designed for the future, the Roland SYSTEM-8 Software Synthesizer is a virtual analog powerhouse. Sonic Waveforms are pumped-out from the most powerful hardware synthesizer heart ever created by Roland, faithfully recreated with ACB technology. Three oscillators per voice, incredible multimode filtering, a myriad of modulation opportunities, and Roland-quality DSP effects create a sonic palette of almost limitless potential, which is why legendary artists the world over have already made the Roland SYSTEM-8 Hardware Synthesizer counterpart part of their arsenals. The Roland SYSTEM-8 Software Synthesizer brings the powerful sound of this incredible future legend to computer-based musicians and producers everywhere as part of a Roland Cloud membership!

More Informations here: Roland Cloud v.4

1 Comment

  1. I've tried the demos of most of these synths, they look and sound good but just one instance of of any of them almost maxes out the CPU of my Mac.

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