Roland Debuts Official Synth Tone Libraries – Axial

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Axial - Roland Synthesizer Sound Libraries

Axial – Roland Synthesizer Sound Libraries

Today is the debut of Axial, our official sound library for Roland synthesizers. Now, more than ever, musical styles and tastes seem to change by the minute, and it was only yesterday that Dubstep and Electro were on every TV commercial and hot remix (only to be replaced by Moombahton and Trap). Roland’s top programmers are now giving you access to this fresh new stream of creative tools that will keep you ahead of the curve!

Visit Axial – Roland’s Sound Libraries

What is Axial?

Axial is the official Roland tone library site where you can download new sounds for your Roland synthesizer. These sounds have been specially designed by top synth programmers and are available to Roland synth owners. From recreations of vintage analog classics to modern, cutting-edge tones used in the latest music styles and beyond, Axial is an ever-expanding selection of unique and exciting new sounds for your Roland synthesizers.

About the Tones Featured on Axial…

With the wide range of completely new sounds available on Axial, you’ll find a growing universe of creative inspiration for live performing and music production. The sound downloads on Axial are grouped by musical genre and concept, making it easy to find the tones that will work best with your music. The site also features demo videos and sound clips, so you can check out the sounds and examples of their uses. One of the great thrills of using synthesizers is being able to create your own original tones. With Axial, you now have a starting point for the creation of your own tones to suit your personal taste and style.

Which Instruments Can I Use Axial With?

For now, you will be able to download additional sounds for the INTEGRA-7 sound module, the GAIA SH-01, the JUPITER-50 and the JUPITER-80.

What sounds would you like to see on Axial? Please drop us a comment below.

P.S. Thank you for your patience Musicman100, Adam Smith and Craig MacDonald!