Version 2 of the Roland Cloud JUPITER-4, JUPITER-8, and JUNO 106 software synthesizers have been released featuring some new analogue modelling features and refinements of the interfaces.
Roland’s software versions of these famous synths for the System 8 and your DAW now have high-res GUI interfaces for even better performance on the latest displays.
The Roland Cloud JUPITER-4, JUPITER-8, and JUNO 106 version 2.0 updates
There’s also a refresh to the sound library and browser, where you can quickly search and rate all installed patches and there is a new bank for each of the three updated plugins. What’s more, the new Tweak Panel allows you to modify sounds within the browser.
Another exciting new feature is the ability to go under the hood of these virtual synths and dive into the circuitry. This means you can make modifications to expand the sound creation possibilities beyond the original design.
Roland’s ACB technology has been combined with a new Circuit Mod feature. Now you can assign multiple parameters to macro controls, for even more expressive results.
What’s more, the Condition parameter can imitate the behaviour of an aging vintage synth. So you can decide whether you want a more out-the-box sound, or something more seasoned.
Either way, Roland seems focused on making its virtual instruments the most versatile and authentic possible recreations of the original classics.
Pricing and availability:
All 3 of the updated Roland Cloud softsynths are available to Roland Cloud Pro and Ultimate subscribers or you can get them from Thomann.
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- The new browser interface.: Roland