SH-201 Support For Audio Units

Extensive driver and editor updates announced for the Roland Synth      25/08/06

SH-201 Support For Audio Units


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Roland has announced extensive editor and driver updates for their SH-201 analog-modeling synthesizer including support for Apple’s Audio Units plug-in format.
Roland Product Manager Vince LaDuca told Sonicstate, "We're now offering our SH-201 users support for the Apple Audio Units plug-in format. This new feature allows the SH-201 editor to be accessed from within Logic, Digital Performer, Live, Garage Band, and other Audio Units-compatible DAWs. Additionally, the SH-201 driver has also been updated to support the new Intel-based Macintosh computers. This adds the SH-201 to the ever-growing list of over 50 Roland products that have Universal Binary support. In addition to these extensive updates, Roland is also offering a collection of patches for the SH-201 from a global roster of artists."
Available now at www.rolandus.com:
  • SH-201 Editor Version 1.10 Macintosh OS X. Roland's latest version of the SH-201 Editor / Librarian is now available.This install contains the stand-alone, the VSTi, and the AU versions of the Editor.
  • SH-201 Macintosh OS X USB Driver Version 1.10 Used to connect the SH-201 to a Macintosh computer running OS X, this version of the driver adds support for Intel-based Macintosh computers.
Also Available:
  • SH-201 Windows USB Driver Version 1.01 for connecting the SH-201 to PCs running Windows XP or 2000.
  • SH-201 Editor Version 1.10 Windows XP/2000.
Both Windows XP/2000 and Macintosh OS X installs contain custom patches from Jean Michel Jarre, Jordan Rudess, Richard Barbieri, and Hisashi Saito. Downloads
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