You can now download official Roland VST/AU plug-ins for their classic Jupiter-8 and Juno-106 synths via their Roland Cloud subscription service.
Roland are offering classic Jupiter-8 and Juno-106 VST/AU plug-ins via their Roland Cloud subscription service.
If you haven’t heard of the Roland Cloud yet, we’re not surprised – it launched only a few months ago and is still in its beta stage. However, the service is progressing rapidly.
The Roland Cloud is a subscription-based service akin to Adobe’s Creative Cloud or the Netflix model, only for producers, which gives you access to a selection of software synths for a flat fee of $19.95 a month.
The latest additions to the Roland Cloud ‘Legendary Series’ are two of Roland’s flagship synths – the epic Jupiter-8, which was first introduced in 1981, and the hugely popular Juno-106, introduced in 1984. They’re both powered by Roland’s Analog Circuit Behaviour technology, and come in VST/AU formats for PC and Mac.
As a further bonus, a plugin version of Roland’s recently-released System-8 synth has also been added to the Cloud.
Other new additions to the Roland Cloud AIRA System-1, SH-101, System-100, Promars and SH-2, the D-50 and the Alpha Juno.
If you want to give these classic synths a try you can sign up for a free one-month trial as part of the early access beta program. Find out more on the Roland Cloud site.
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