The idiosyncratic Roland D-70 synth has been released by the iconic company in a software format.
The 64 patch beast is sampled from the original released in 1990 and is available on Roland’s ever-expanding subscription-based cloud service.
Roland is offering their D-70 synth VST/AU plug-in via their Roland Cloud subscription service – an idiosyncratic digital synth from almost 30 years ago.
The D-70 was one of the first synths to combine sample playback, digital synthesis and on-board effects and was the next in line from the classic D-50, which is also available on the Roland cloud service.
These and others – like the Jupiter 8, SH 101 and the Juno 106, which all came out earlier this year – are available on the Roland cloud for $19.95 a month.
If you haven’t heard of the Roland Cloud yet, we’re not surprised – it launched only a few months ago and is still in its beta stage. However, the service is progressing rapidly.
If you want to give these classic synths a try you can sign up for a free one-month trial as part of the early access beta program. Find out more on the Roland Cloud site.
Keep your eyes peeled for more classic synths being added to the Roland cloud.