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Roland announces the release of two exclusive new downloadable SH-201 patch collections at the Roland website.


Located on the Current Promotions tab of the What's New page, the new patch collections are free to the public.

Roland Product Manager Vince LaDuca relates, "Our team of sound designers has worked hard to create these fun and ready-to-use classic sounds for the SH-201, and we're excited to offer them to Roland users as a free and easy download."

The patch downloads, entitled Bass Collection and Pads & Atmospheres, recreate some of the best-loved synthesizer sounds from the past 25 years. The Bass Collection offers sounds from 70s Funk through the 80s Industrial/New Wave scene, with classic House, Techno, and Jungle basses and more. The Pads & Atmospheres Collection features smooth, fat pads to sweeping filters and sound effects. With a diverse range of classic sounds and textures, Roland's new SH-201 patch downloads have something for everyone.

For more information, visit their web site at www.rolandus.com.
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