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Roland adds to Legendary series

Roland adds to Legendary series

Roland adds to Legendary series

Available through Roland Cloud, the JUNO-60 software synthesiser is the latest addition to the manufacturer’s Legendary series of software-based instruments. The original Roland JUNO-60 hardware synth is still respected for its vintage vibe and unmistakable character. With the JUNO-60 software synthesiser, the authentic experience of the keyboard is now available as a modern software instrument for Mac and Windows DAWs.

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The software captures the original’s character and enhances it with modern additions. Users have the ability to switch to the HPF circuit of the next-generation JUNO-106 and its characteristic bass bump. The oscillator range has also been extended, and there’s a second envelope for extra flexibility. Polyphony has been expanded to eight notes, with the option to limit it to the original’s six (or less) for an old-school vibe.

Zenbeats 2.1
Zenbeats 2.1

The software version has two push-button chorus modes, plus a third “secret” mode accessed by pressing both buttons at once. An additional chorus option provides the sound of the vintage BOSS CE-1 pedal, along with a selection of reverb, delay, flanger and overdrive effects. It is compatible with VST3, AU and AAX and also supports Roland’s PLUG-OUT format for computer-free operation with the SYSTEM-8 hardware synth. For DAW-focused workflows, it’s possible to use the SYSTEM-8 or a Roland Boutique JU-06/JU-06A for one-to-one, hands-on control of the JUNO-60 plug-in.

Roland has also announced a free update to its Zenbeats music creation app. Zenbeats 2.1 includes plug-and-play functionality with the recently released Verselab MV-1 Song Production Studio hardware and Audio Editor improvements including Reverse and Fade functions. With Zenbeats, users can connect Verselab to a computer, tablet or smartphone, while new audio output routing options reportedly enable fluid integration with outboard gear, such as mixers and effects.



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