Roland – VirtualSonics Legendary & AIRA Series 2019.3 (AUi) [OSX]

By | June 25, 2019

 

Year of manufacture : 03.2019
Version : 2019.3
Developer : Roland
Developer site : Rolandcloud
Platform : iNTEL
Format : AUi
Interface language : English
Tablet : The program is treated (does not require data entry / enter any data)
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

Description : A set of virtual tools:
Roland D-50 Ver.1.06
Roland JUNO-106 Ver.1.04
Roland JUPITER-8 Ver.1.06
Roland JV-1080 Ver.1.05
Roland JX-3P Ver.1.00
Roland PROMARS Ver.1.09
Roland SH-2 Ver.1.11
Roland SH-101 Ver.1.12
Roland SRX DANCE TRAX Ver.1.01
Roland SRX KEYBOARDS Ver.1.01
Roland SRX ORCHESTRA Ver.1.05
Roland SRX WORLD Ver.1.01
Roland SYSTEM-1 Ver.1.10
Roland SYSTEM-8 Ver.1.31
Roland SYSTEM-100 Ver.1.08
Roland TB-303 Ver.1.01
Roland TR-808 Ver.1.04
Roland TR-909 Ver.1.04

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Roland D-50 Ver.1.06 – Based on Roland’s DCB technology, the Roland D-50 brings the ultimate 80s synthetic sound to your tracks in new ways!
Roland JUNO-106 Ver.1.04 – Perhaps the most popular vintage synthesizer among EDM producers and electronic musicians around the world, Roland JUNO-106 has become legendary thanks to its unique combination of incredible Roland analog sound, a simple and effective interface. The Roland JUNO-106 synthesizer is a complete re-creation at the component level of the original 6-voice instrument, up to the classic Roland 80017A VCF / VCA integrated circuit!
Roland JUPITER-8 Ver.1.06 – Created in honor of the king of synthesizers Roland JUPITER-8. Introduced in 1980 as the ultimate polyphonic and programmable synthesizer for live performances, Roland JUPITER-8 is able to create some of the richest, most powerful tones and textures imaginable. Thanks to the Roland simulator that manages the game ACB (Analog Circuit Behavior), the Roland JUPITER-8 software synthesizer is the perfect re-creation of a legend capable of the same incredibly smooth pads, stunning bass and emotional leads.
Roland JV-1080 Ver.1.05 – The JV-1080 is the most famous of the Roland PCM machines and inspires the creation of the Roland Cloud JV-1080. It was a huge success with artists and producers, which ultimately led to the creation of even more powerful models, such as the JV-2080 and XV-5080. Roland Cloud JV-1080 has the look, feel and original features of the original, as well as advanced effects, additional waveforms and increased polyphony of its successors. Bottom line: this is the final sound of the Roland era of the 90s – now in a modern plugin for your DAW.
Roland JX-3P Ver.1.00 – The JX-3P software synthesizer offers a crystal-clear sound of an ACB-component (on an analog circuit) – replication of the original sound. Get the gamut from classic string sounds to crushing metal pads – this six-part polyphonic re-creation has it all.
Roland PROMARS Ver.1.09 – Designed first as a “younger brother” JUPITER-4, the Roland PROMARS Compuphonic Synthesizer has the stability and flexibility of microprocessor control with amazing analog sound. As a result, it became a synthesizer that offered an incredible punch (2 generators per voice and a great sound filter, 10 pre-installed and 10 user patches – one of the first with memory!). Although today we take programming for granted, the inspiring sound of PROMARS could only restore the power of ACB, and now it is available as an incredible Roland software synthesizer!
Roland SH-2 Ver.1.11 – Announced a second virtual instrument, SH2 Plug-Out, simulating the single-tone 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.
Roland SH-101 Ver.1.12 – The SH-101 synthesizer is a complete reproduction of the legendary SH-101 – down to the fine details that make it one of the most popular classical synthesizers of all time. Based on the ACB technology, it recreates not only the sounds of SH-101, but truthfully models the behavior of analog circuitry – all the nuances of authentic sound from the creator of the original synthesizer.
Roland SRX DANCE TRAX Ver.1.01
Roland SRX KEYBOARDS Ver.1.01 – SRX KEYBOARDS is a fully authentic, virtual reincarnation of the early 2000s SRX expandable card, originally available only for compatible Roland hardware synthesizers. The original SRX extension has been transformed into several SR-JV80 boards, gathering the very best Roland sound signals from the previous decade to one expansion.
Roland SRX ORCHESTRA Ver.1.05 – The first software adaptation of the legendary Roland SRX platforms, SRX-Orchestra, brings to your DAW some of the most favorite and recorded orchestral sounds in history. SRX-Orchestra provides hundreds of fresh, inspiring sounds for composers, musical accompaniment for films or any situation in which realistic orchestral sounds and vocals are needed. Flutes, clarinets, choirs, and even dense percussion stand out noticeably with patches that provide a multitude of orchestral voices with a single keystroke. With over 425 orchestral patches and the ability to create and customize your own, the SRX-Orchestra is destined to become a legend a second time.
Roland SRX WORLD Ver.1.01
Roland SYSTEM-1 Ver.1.10 – Get the power of sound and versatility of the popular synthesizer SYSTEM-1 in a virtual instrument.
Like the SYSTEM-1 hardware, this software version breaks new ground with remarkable flexibility and an extensive palette of amazing sounds. He has a bold, obvious character associated with Roland synthesizers for more than four decades.
Roland SYSTEM-8 Ver.1.31 – Inspired by the past, built in the present, designed for the future, the Roland SYSTEM-8 synthesizer is a virtual analogue sound power station. Advanced software synthesizer that works on analog circuit simulation (ACB). Three oscillators for voice, incredible multimode filtering, a lot of modulation capabilities, and Roland DSP quality effects create a sound palette of almost unlimited potential, so legendary artists around the world have already made Roland SYSTEM-8 part of their arsenal.
Roland SYSTEM-100 Ver.1.08 – The software synthesizer SYSTEM-100 PLUG-OUT is a modern reproduction of the now legendary 1975 semi-modular monosynthesis. It combines the functions of the original synthesizer Model 101 Synthesizer and Model 102 Expansion, resulting in an incredibly unique and versatile two monosynthesis oscillators with the possibility of modular routing.
Roland TB-303 Ver.1.01 – Evolution of authenticity with advanced features. Immerse yourself in the digital version of the legendary Roland TB-303. Here there is a feeling of purity and a massive sound of the original – from the iconic interface to six pens – it provides that signature crunch. The software tool preserves the source and functionality of the original design, adding many new features.
Roland TR-808 Ver.1.04 – Following the announcement of the iron instrument Roland TR-8S with the ability to play the sounds of classic drum machines of the past, Roland 808 and 909, but also 707, 727, 606, the Japanese manufacturer introduced the virtual instrument Roland Cloud TR-808 Rhythm Composer. Roland used Analog Circuit Behavior technology to transfer the analog circuitry of the device into the program code to recreate the sound of the original TR-808 drum machine. Moreover, added and new features.
Roland TR-909 Ver.1.04 is the first official virtual version of the legendary drum machine that reproduces the sound of the original instrument exactly. The sound transmission and generation schemes were reproduced using a special Analog Circuit Behavior simulation technology, which allows to achieve the most accurate and similar to analog audio equipment. For greater plausibility and interesting sound, the developers have equipped each pattern and each sound with eight variations that are switched in random order during use.

Installation:

Mount Roland VirtualSonics Legendary .dmg and copy all (or optional) xxx.components files to Library> Audio> Plug ins> Component
Next, go to the Library / Application Support and create a folder there Roland Cloud. We go into this created folder and in it we create folders for EACH previously installed (copied) tool by its name. Example:
Library / Application Support / Roland Cloud / TB-303
Library / Application Support / Roland Cloud / TB-909
Library / Application Support / Roland Cloud / SRX DANCE TRAX
and so on…

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