Roland brings Native Apple Silicon Support To 28 Virtual Instruments

 

28 iconic Roland Cloud AU plugins now native support for Apple M1 Macs. Classic TR drum machines and Juno/Jupiter synths are now compatible.

 

Roland has announced that 28 of its Roland Cloud-hosted AU plugin synths now offer native support for Apple silicon Macs.

 

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.

 

Therefore, it seems that it is a case of ‘vintage synth meets modern computer architecture’.

 

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

 

The list of updated plugins includes some stone-cold Roland classics – the likes of the TR-808, TR-909, Juno-106, and Jupiter-8. There are also plenty of emulations of more contemporary instruments, including the System-1 and System-8, as well as classic sound modules such as the JV-1080, XV-5080 and their companion expansion boards.

 

Zenology, which is powered by Roland Zen-Core engine, is now M1-compatible, as well.

 

Find out more on the Roland Cloud website.

 

 

 


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