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Roland ProMars Plug-Out Soft Synth Due for Release
First released in 1979, the ProMars is a deep and rich-sounding monosynth with two detunable VCOs and two sub-oscillators per voice.
Designed for the System-1 as well as for Mac and PC, ProMars uses Roland's Analog Circuit Behavior technology to recreate every detail of the warm, dense sound of the original.
The ProMars Plug-Out soft synth will be available from 12th March.
The Roland AIRA System-1 is currently on sale at just £369.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 6 Mar 2015 12:24 to category : Instruments News
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