Roland Brings Native Apple Silicon Support To 28 Virtual Instruments

Roland has announced that 28 of its virtual instruments available via Roland Cloud are now updated with native support for Apple Silicon.

The company notes that, because of the “inherent gains of the Apple architecture”, musicians can now run more instances of their software synths on more affordable devices than ever before.

Roland instruments now updated with native support for Apple silicon include:

ZENOLOGY?SYSTEM-1?SYSTEM-8?JUNO-60?TR-606?D-50?JX-3P?PROMARS?SH-101?JUNO-106?SYSTEM-100?TB-303?TR-808?JUPITER-8?JV-1080?TR-909?SH-2?XV-5080?SRX BRASS?SRX DANCE TRAX?SRX ELECTRIC PIANO?SRX KEYBOARDS?SRX ORCHESTRA?SRX STRINGS?SRX STUDIO?SRX WORLD?SRX PIANO I?SRX PIANO II

 

6 thoughts on “Roland Brings Native Apple Silicon Support To 28 Virtual Instruments

  1. I’m not wild about cloud-based things in total, but this one is timely for me. I have a couple of these and so far, Zencore has been stable. Every company has a unique sound to offer. Roland milks its own history like anyone else. Sometimes I think there’s too damned much Vintage going on. Then I recall that sometimes, that big Moog thing is just the glue you need.

    Some of the drum kits or tweezy old string machines do have that 80s reek, but quite a bit of the XV world remains useful. A dose of modern effects can often bring it up to speed.

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