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Roland introduces the SH-2 Plug-Out

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Roland SH-2 Plug-Out

Virtual subtractive synth from Roland belonging to the AIRA series.

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Roland reproduces the SH-2 synthesizer for the Aira System-1 as well as in VST and AU plug-in for Mac and PC.

The second plug-in of the Plug-Out series can be used with or without the System-1. The SH-2 models the 1979 analog synth so that you can now produce fat bass, leads and effects in our digital setup.

Features:

  • Monophonic virtual synth
  • 2 oscillators with sawtooth, square, sine and noise waveforms, pulse width and PWM and fine tune
  • Sub-oscillator
  • VFC with frequency cutoff, resonance, envelope depth, modulation and keyboard tracking
  • VCF envelope with attack and decay times, sustain and release levels
  • VCA with Gate, amp and filter envelopes and Hold
  • VCA envelope with attack and decay times, sustain and release levels
  • Reverb and delay effects
  • Mixer for the VCOs and Sub oscillator
  • Controllers: volume, portamento, bend range and tempo sync switch
  • Arpeggiator
  • Tuning between 430Hz and 450Hz
  • Sample rates between 44.1 and 192kHz
  • 64 patches in bank 1, users can create additional banks

Visit www.roland.com for full details.

 

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