Unofficial Roland TR-09 MIDI Editor Now Available

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Developer Momo Müller has introduced an unofficial Roland Boutique TR-09 MIDI Editor.

The controller for the Synthesizer Roland Boutique TR-09 can be used as VST and Standalone on Windows 32/64 Bit and VST, AU and Standalone on Mac. 

Video Demo:

Features:

  • The TR-09 parameters can be automated, they can be stored in your Project.
  • With the X-Y-Pad any controller can be selected and controlled.
  • You can rename the Pad Title.
  • You can rename the Editor Patch and safe you sound as VST Presets (..fxp).
  • The hidden parameter “Comp” for BD and SD, „Decay” for RC, Clap, Rim and CC and “Tune” for Rim, OH, Clap and CH , can be changed on the “TR-09 Midi Edtior”, which are not present on the TR-09 surface.

Pricing and Availability

The Roland Boutique TR-09 MIDI Editor is available now for 5,90 €.

4 thoughts on “Unofficial Roland TR-09 MIDI Editor Now Available

  1. Many non-FREE editors/plugins and software nowadays are developed using toolkits where licenses should be paid for., for example JUCE, now owned by ROLI (which CTRLR is based on), requires a $1000 commercial license if the source code is not made public. if they did not follow these license, then basically the software you are buying is illegal.

  2. i like the standalone devices. Weird though with all this Daw integration you get to a point where you think devices are becoming less and less hands on and more virtual cause everyone is spoiled by the advantages of the computer world. So with an editor you will end up programming and tuning through the computer and actually touching the 909 less and less. Go figure. Like LL Cool J said: “something like a phenomenon..”

  3. Funny story, I met my husband while shopping for the original TR-909. It was in a small shop in Detroit, 1983. Carl Craig was just a teenage listening to records in the corner. I looked over and…BAM… there was my husband playing on an original 909.Editors like this bring back many memories and are a welcome addition to the electronic producer’s arsenal of sonic innovation.

    1. What shop was that? The 909 was first released in ’84, the year Carl Craig turned 14, and I can’t think of anywhere in metro Detroit that was a Roland dealer, and also sold records.

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