Roland Software Instruments updated with M1 Mac support
Electronic instrument company Roland today announced a major update to 28 of its software musical instruments available to macOS users. The update brings native support for Macs with the M1 chip for the first time, taking full advantage of the Apple Silicon architecture.
These instruments are accessible through the Roland Cloud platform, which offers more than 50 Roland virtual instruments to subscribers. While not all instruments have been updated with native M1 support, users can now experience instruments like the JUPITER-8 and JUNO-106 keyboard synthesizers on the latest Macs available.
Apple’s native silicon support is another example of Roland’s commitment to leveraging the latest computer developments to bring authentic, iconic sound to musicians and producers at all levels.
Drawing on nearly fifty years of synthesizer research and development, Roland uses in-depth circuit modeling and other advanced techniques to create inspiring new designs and perfectly recreate the sound of legendary hardware instruments like the drum machine. Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer and the JUPITER-8 and JUNO-106 keyboard synthesizers.
You can find the full list of updated software musical instruments below:
ZENOLOGY ã» SYSTEM-1 ã» SYSTEM-8 ã» JUNO-60 ã» TR-606 ã» D-50 ã» JX-3P ã» PROMARS ã» SH-101 ã» JUNO-106 ã» SYSTEM-100 ã» TB-303 ã» TR-808 ã» JUPITER- 8 ã» JV-1080 ã» TR-909 ã» SH-2 ã» XV-5080 ã» SRX BRASS ã» SRX DANCE TRAX ã» SRX ELECTRIC PIANO ã» SRX CLAVIERSSRX ORCHESTRACHESRX STRINGS ã» SRX STUDIO ã» SRX WORLD ã» SRX PIANO I ã» SRX PIANO II
Although Apple Silicon Macs are capable of running Intel software using Rosetta 2 translation technology, applications compiled for the new architecture run faster and more efficiently.
More details about Roland Cloud and updated software can be found at Roland official website.
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