It’s been just over four years since Roland’s ground breaking Aira series of products were unleashed into the world. They have been hugely successful due to their obvious celebration of the genre defining machines that they emulate and because they looked forward, with brand new technology and features, built for a modern market.
Much like the existing TR-8, it has models of the TR-808, TR-909, TR-606, TR-707 and TR-727. However, there is one crucial difference. The TR-8S uses a new version of ACB (Analogue Circuit Behaviour) technology. This means that the sounds on board behave and sound more like the originals than ever before. In addition to this, there are 300 sampled sounds too!
2. Sample playback
5. Work Flow
8. Available now!
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