Roland Releases ZENOLOGY Version 2.0

US Plug-in version of the ZEN-Core Synthesis System gets several improvements      22/03/23

Roland Releases ZENOLOGY Version 2.0


Roland has launched the latest version of ZENOLOGY. They say that version 2.0 offers several improvements for an enhanced experience.

Features include:

  • Over 4000 tones and 200 drum kits, easily expandable to over 10,000 total selections
  • Compatible with Sound Packs and Wave Expansions available on Roland Cloud
  • Advanced tone browser to explore sounds, tag favorites, and create custom banks
  • Powerful synth architecture with up to four partials per tone, each with flexible oscillator, filter, amplifier, dual LFOs and equalizer
  • Layer multiple synthesis types including advanced virtual analog and modern PCM
  • Four oscillators with nine virtual analog waveforms, Supersaw, noise, PCM, and PCM SYNC
  • Includes 1840 PCM waveforms, easily expandable to over 7000
  • Ten filter types, including JUPITER and other iconic models
  • Eleven LFO shapes, including tempo-synced Step LFOs with 37 curves per step
  • Over 90 lush Roland effects, including pristine reverbs, JUNO-106 and CE-1 choruses, SDD-320 Dimension D, and DJ-FX Looper
  • Modern resizable user interface for smooth workflow in any production environment
  • Edit and share sounds between ZENOLOGY and ZEN-Core hardware like FANTOM, JUPITER-X, JUNO-X, RD-88, MC-101, MC-707, and others

 

ZENOLOGY is an expandable plug-in version of the ZEN-Core Synthesis System, the most advanced sound engine the brand has made, continuing to power top professional synthesizers like the JUPITER-X and FANTOM series.

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