Roland VS JV-1080 v1.0.5


Roland VS JV-1080 v1.0.5
Roland VS JV-1080 v1.0.5 WiN | 147 Mb
Throughout the 1990s, Roland digital synthesizers based on PCM sampled waveforms formed the basis of music as diverse as R&B, pop, hip-hop, new wave and film scores. Some of these sounds, originally meant to mimic acoustic instruments, became so iconic themselves that they've become a permanent part of the collective musical sound palette. Some say it's the most recorded sound module in history, and lately artists have been utilizing these sounds again, in new and modern ways.



Throughout the 1990s, Roland digital synthesizers based on PCM sampled waveforms formed the basis of music as diverse as R&B, pop, hip-hop, new wave and film scores. Some of these sounds, originally meant to mimic acoustic instruments, became so iconic themselves that they've become a permanent part of the collective musical sound palette. Some say it's the most recorded sound module in history, and lately artists have been utilizing these sounds again, in new and modern ways.
The JV-1080 is the most famous of the Roland PCM powerhouses, and the inspiration for the Roland Cloud JV-1080. It was a huge success with artists and producers, eventually leading to even more powerful models like the JV-2080 and XV-5080. While the Roland Cloud JV-1080 has the look, feel and factory patches of the original, it has the expanded effects, additional waveforms, and increased polyphony of its successors. Bottom line: this is the ultimate in 90s-era Roland sound-now in a modern plugin for your DAW.
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