Roland Cloud Bundle 08.2018 VSTi3, AUi (macOS)


Roland Cloud Bundle 08.2018 VSTi3, AUi (macOS) | 1.01 GB

Roland D-50 v1.0.6 – Based on Roland’s DCB technology, the Roland D-50 brings the ultimate synthetic sound of the 80s to your tracks in a new way! This is the basis of classic tracks in a wide range of genres, including Synth Pop, New Wave, New Jack and R & B, and countless movie soundtracks. Thanks to the new Roland D-50 synthesizer DCB Software Synthesizer, Roland Cloud users can have the iconic LA sound in a powerful plug-in that perfectly recreates this legendary synthesizer up to the most subtle nuances!

Roland Juno-106 v1.04 – Perhaps the most popular vintage synthesizer for EDM producers and electronic musicians around the world, the Roland JUNO-106 has become legendary due to its unique combination of Roland’s incredible analog sound, a simple and effective interface. Synthesizer Roland JUNO-106 is a full-fledged reconstruction at the level of components of the original 6-voice instrument, right up to the classical integrated circuit

Roland Jupiter 8 v1.06 – Created in honor of the King of synthesizers Roland JUPITER-8. Roland JUPITER-8 is able to create one of the richest, most powerful tones and textures you can imagine. Thanks to the Roland simulator, the manager of the ACB (Analog Circuit Behavior) game, the software synthesizer is the perfect re-creation of the legend, capable of the same incredibly smooth pads, amazing basses and emotional leads.

Roland JV-1080 v1.05 – Throughout the 1990s, Roland’s digital synthesizers based on PCM sampled wave signals formed the basis for a variety of music – R & B, pop, hip-hop, movie soundtracks. Some of these sounds, originally designed to simulate acoustic instruments, have become so familiar that they have become a permanent part of the musical sound palette. Some say that this is the most recordable sound module in history, and recently artists have been using these sounds over and over again in new and modern ways. This final Roland sound of the 90s is now in the modern plugin for your DAW.

Roland PROMARS v1.09 – The virtual tool Promars Plug-Out, first introduced at the winter exhibition NAMM 2015 and imitating the rarity single-shaft analog synthesizer Promars Compuphonic (1997), was announced. Designed first as the "younger brother" of JUPITER-4, the Roland PROMARS Compuphonic Synthesizer has the stability and flexibility of microprocessor control with amazing analog sound. The result was a synthesizer, which offered an incredible punch (2 generators per voice and a great sound filter, 10 preset and 10 user patches – one of the first with memory!). Although today we take programming for granted, the inspiring sound PROMARS could only return the power of ACB, and now it is available as an incredible software synthesizer from Roland!

Roland SH-2 v1.11 (S) – A virtual instrument that simulates a single-channel analog synthesizer SH2. The new SH-2 uses analog circuit technology, reliably recreates the warm, rich sound of the original, which can only come from Roland. The instrument is capable of producing extremely greasy and warm analogue tones. To this day, many fans of the synthesizer feel that it produces the most stunning sounds of bass guitar of all time.

Roland SH-101 v1.1.2 (S) – Synthesizer SH-101 is a complete re-creation of the legendary SH-101 – down to the small details that make it one of the most popular classical synthesizers of all time. Based on ACB technology, it recreates not only the sounds of the SH-101, but truly simulates the behavior of analog circuitry – all the nuances of authentic sound from the creator of the original synthesizer.
Roland SOUND Canvas VA v1.1.2 – First introduced in 1991, the Roland Sound Canvas series became the standard for GS sound modules for a long time. With Sound Canvas VA you can now use the classic sounds in your program as a VSTi plug-in. It includes 1600 high-quality sounds, plus 64 different insert effects, main effects such as a reverb and an equalizer, as well as extensive editing capabilities.
Roland SRX Keyboards v1.0.1 – a virtual tool SRX Keyboards with samples from the board SRX07 Ultimate Keys

Roland SRX Orchestra v1.0.5 – The first software adaptation of the legendary SRX Orchestra by Roland, brings to your DAW some of the most beloved and recorded orchestral sounds in history. SRX Orchestra contains hundreds of fresh, inspirational sounds for composers, accompanying films or any situation where realistic orchestral sounds or vocals are needed. Flutes, clarinets, choruses and even powerful percussion are noticeably highlighted along with patches that provide a lot of orchestral voices with a single keystroke.

Roland System-1 v1.10 (S) – Get all the power of sound and versatility of the popular synthesizer SYSTEM-1 in a virtual instrument. Like the hardware part of SYSTEM-1, this version of the software breaks the new soil with remarkable flexibility and an extensive palette of stunning sounds. It has a bold, obvious character associated with Roland synthesizers for more than four decades.
Roland SYSTEM-100 v1.0.8 (S) – A replica of the cult semimodular synthesizer System-100, all the possibilities are imported to the viral model.

Roland TR-808 v1.0.3 – The famous drum machine touched almost all directions of modern music, with a lot of legends. "808-barrel", has become so integral part of hip-hop that it is now impossible to imagine how the genre sounded today, and how far behind the musical evolution of our realities. "808-dram" in the DNA of culture and is the driving force of its development and the resulting directions. "TR-808" is so omnipresent for many years that his dramas seem to be an independent language of expression. Now the sound of "808th" is the basis of youth urban culture, in particular, the trill-fonka, trap, clauda, ​​vidveiva and other directions.

"Roland TR-808" is one of the most influential inventions in music that gave rise to the industry of clone machines and sample libraries. Samples of her drummers are available for almost every self-respecting producer. It’s almost impossible to find a software synthesizer or drum machine that does not have digitally reproduced versions of its sounds.
Indeed, this device should be paid tribute for such a vast contribution to music and for a push in the development of the music equipment industry. It can be confidently asserted that in our century there will still be a lot of directions in which this tool from "Roland" will play one of the key roles, existing beyond time, but moving incessantly into the future.

Roland TR-909 v1.0.3 – The first official virtual version of the legendary drum machine, which accurately reproduces the sound of the original instrument. The circuits for the transmission and generation of the sound signal were reproduced using the special modeling technology Analog Circuit Behavior, which allows to achieve the most accurate and similar sound with analog equipment. For more plausibility and interesting sound, the developers have equipped each pattern and each sound with eight variations that switch randomly during use.

Year of manufacture: 2018
Version: 08.2018
Developer: Roland
Developer’s website: RolandCloud
Platform: iNTEL
Format: VSTi3, AUi
Language: English
Tablet: The program is treated (Put and work)
System requirements: System Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later.
Audio Units (AU) version: V2 Audio Units compatible.
CPUIntel (R) Core (TM) 2 Duo or better, RAM4 GB or more

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