Roland’s Drum Machine Collection featuring Virtual Versions of 5 Iconic Rhythm Boxes


Roland’s Drum Machine Collection packs 5 classic TR boxes into an ‘80s-tastic plugin bundle.

Roland has introduced its virtual ribbon and wrapped it around five of its classic drum machine plugins, creating a rhythmic bundle for producers to savour.

The Drum Machine Collection features plug-in versions of 5 of Roland’s best-loved ‘80s boxes: the TR-808, TR-606 TR-909, TR-707 and TR-727. Each of these is modelled using Roland’s ACB (Analog Circuit Behavior) technology,  and comes enhanced with new sound-shaping and sequencing options.

In addition, the collection offers deep integration with the Roland TR-8S Rhythm Performer. You can adjust the software instrument controls in real time using the array of knobs and sliders on the TR-8S, and instantly send your patterns back and forth between the hardware and the plug-ins.



  • Five genre-defining Roland rhythm instruments in one value-priced collection
  • Authentic recreations of the TR-808, TR-606, TR-909, TR-707, and TR-727
  • Detailed resizeable interfaces give the feel of working with the vintage hardware
  • Powered by Roland’s ACB circuit modeling technology, enhanced with new sound-shaping options
  • Extended parameters and onboard effects to shape and modernize your sound
  • Advanced sequencers for complex patterns and intricate grooves
  • All the original factory patches plus new sounds for contemporary music
  • VST3, AU, and AAX compatibility and native support for Apple silicon
  • Hands-on control and pattern transfer with the TR-8S Rhythm Performer


These plugins have been around for a while, but the bundle gives newbies a way to get all of them for a reduced price without the need to subscribe to the Roland Cloud (though they are available there as well).


The Drum Machine Collection runs on PC and Mac in VST/AU/AAX formats.

Roland Drum Machine Collection is available now, priced at $499.99, so you are paying $100 for each instrument. If you bought them all individually they’d cost you $149 each. Find out more and download a 30-day demo on the Roland website.


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