Roland Cloud has discontinued its Concerto sample playback engine, a plugin that powers a number of Roland Cloud’s virtual instrument libraries.

Via Concerto’s intuitive interface, you can browse and load installed Roland Cloud libraries, combine sounds, add effects processing, and much more. Concerto’s multithreaded loading and streaming optimizes performance, allowing you to create massive sounds with minimal CPU usage.

With Concerto’s retirement, Roland Cloud has also set free the Anthology series of virtual instruments with the sounds of iconic Roland synthesizers from past eras, as well as Drum Studio, Tera Piano and Tera Guitar Vintage Steel, and the FLAVR series instruments.

In total you’ll find around 40GB of content, including deep samples synthesizers, electric piano, orchestral instruments, and much more.

All libraries are now free to download with the latest version of the Roland Cloud Manager. The Concerto plugin supports VST/VST3, AU and AAX formats for Windows and Mac.

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