Thanks to the new 4.0 version release of the Roland Cloud Platform subscribers can now download VST/AU versions of the Jupiter-8 and Juno-106 synths…
It’s very possible that many of you haven’t really heard much about Roland Cloud. It’s still currently in beta and has been playing a long game it seems, which we imagine is about to change now that the prospect of getting hands-on with your very own Jupiter-8 and/or Juno-106 without trawling eBay is very real.
They’ve been designed to look and sound like their hardware counterparts and are powered by Roland’s Analog Circuit Behaviour technology and are available for both PC and Mac. As if that wasn’t good enough there’s also a plugin version of Roland’s recently released System-8 synth available in the cloud.
If you’d like to give either instrument(s) a try you can sign up for a free one-month trial as part of the early access beta. The regular price is set to be $19.95 a month when the final version is released. Find out more about Roland Cloud here.