Roland today announced the SH-2 Plug-Out Software Synthesizer – a recreation of the classic SH-2 synthesizer from 1979.
The Roland SH-2 is a classic 2-oscillator plus sub-oscillator monosynth. The SH-2 Plug-Out software synth is a recreation of the vintage keyboard, based on Roland’s Analog Circuit Behavior technology. Continue reading
This video, via The Circuit Symphony, takes a look at four ‘totally random’ ways of using the new Roland Aira TB-3: Continue reading
Roland has announced the Mobile UA, a compact USB audio interface, not much bigger than a deck of cards, that they say is the world’s smallest USB audio interface that supports both ASIO and DSD. Continue reading
Roland today announced the HS-5 Session Mixer, a digital mixer and recording interface that lets up to five musicians play and record together, with individual headphone mixes.
Players have individual hands-on control of their personal mix, plus access to reverb and COSM effects for guitar, bass, and vocals. Bands can capture stereo recordings directly to a USB thumb drive, or connect the HS-5 to a computer via a USB cable and record each channel to individual tracks in a DAW.
Additionally, each musician’s personalized settings can be saved for instant recall, providing quick setup for future rehearsals and recording sessions. Continue reading
Roland has officially introduced the SBX-1 Sync Box, a utility module that’s the lingua franca of electronic music gear – letting all your gear work together, whether its DIN, MIDI or control voltage gear, vintage or new, and hardware or software.
Manx has released SJ-2, a new version of their Roland-inspired Super Jay software synth (VSTi) for Windows. Continue reading
Q: What’s better than a Roland TR-909 drum machine? Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This video features the Renegades getting busy with some analog acid goodness. Continue reading