Roland: World premiere of the SH-101 Plug-Out Software Synth

June 29, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Watch the world premiere of the SH-101 Plug-Out Software Synth as David Ålhund (Roland Expert, V-Topia, NUDE, Tweeky) demonstrates the new software synth running on the new Aira System-1 synth, giving the attendees an exclusive first look at this new Roland hardware and software. He also delivered his signature performance with the Aira TR8, TB3 and VT3 and answered some questions from the audience.

System-1 Plug-Out Synth - http://www.roland.co.uk/products/prod…

SH-101 PLUG-OUT – software synthesizer for the Roland SYSTEM-1

June 27, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Roland has introduced the SH-101 PLUG-OUT, a software synthesizer for the SYSTEM-1.

The SH-101 PLUG-OUT Software Synthesizer is a complete reproduction of the iconic SH-101 – right down to the fine details and odd quirks that make it one of the most popular classic synthesizers of all time.

Based on Analog Circuit Behavior (ACB) technology, it not only reproduces the SH-101’s legendary sounds, but faithfully recreates the very behavior of its analog circuitry – all with a level of authenticity that could only come from the company that created the original.

SH-101 PLUG OUT features

  • Total authenticity through face-to-face consultation with the original designers and relentless research beyond the original schematics.
  • Meticulously recreated oscillator and filter behavior – hallmarks of the SH-101 sound.
  • Authentic behaviors including the unique interaction between low pass filter and envelope controls.
  • Faithfully reproduces the unstable fluctuations that resulted from quirks in the SH-101’s circuitry.
  • Classic SH-101 synth sounds – bass, lead, noise, and sound effects.
  • Software layout features standard gray model, as well as red and blue models originally sold as limited editions.
  • Two envelope sections allow different settings for VCF and VCA while maintaining the option of classic SH-101 envelope behavior.
  • Reverb, chorus, delay and crusher effects that were not included in the original.
  • Run as many instances as your computer can handle.
  • Use SYSTEM-1 as a dedicated USB keyboard controller with lighted knobs and sliders that show only available parameters.
  • PLUG-OUT with SYSTEM-1 lets you take an authentic SH-101 wherever you go, from mobile production to live performance.
  • Transfer sounds between SYSTEM-1 and SH-101 with PLUG-OUT.
  • Supports Macintosh and Windows, and AU and VSTi formats.

The SH-101 PLUG-OUT synthesizer will be available to SYSTEM-1 users on July 24th, 2014.

More info here >>

SH101 in action

June 18, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Vintage synthesizer demo track featuring the classic Roland SH-101

all sounds: Roland SH-101 Analog Synthesizer (1983)
drums: Roland TR-707
recording: multitrack without Midi

Sharooz – Why I Love My SH-101

May 13, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

DJ and producers Sharooz explains why he loves his Roland SH-101 synthesizer, showing off the features of the synth and some of his favorite sounds.

Interfacing Roland SH-101 with Analogue Solutions Europa Sequencer

October 6, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Background video description:

One of my subscribers needed help interfacing his SH-101 with the Europa sequencer. In this video, I demonstrate clocking the SH-101′s arpeggiator and internal sequencer to the Europa using one of its 7 drum triggers. In this instance, I used trigger “B” since it did not have a drum assigned to the MIDI note number on the Roland R-8M. First, I program a steady stream of eighth notes and then sixteenth notes. I also experiment with dropping various steps to create a pattern. The simple bass line used in this video is from a Novation BassStation rack synth. I added some delay to the 101 with the Lexicon MX400.

Next, I hook up a Roland MPU-101 MIDI to CV converter box to control the SH-101 from the Europa sequencer.

Roland SH-101 Vs TR-909 live session

July 31, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

A simple live session with the Roland SH-101 Vs TR-909 recorded from the output of an Soundcraft 200sr mixer through a Steinberg MR816x interface. No additional editing, EQ, effects or compression has been added. Just the boxes, unmixed, into a laptop.
My apologies for the Ken Burns effect, I recorded the video stream seperately and ran out of space and hence lost the video.

Just a simple 1 bar sequence with the sequencer of the 101 triggered from the rimshot of the 909.

Intellijel Dual ADSR demo

July 31, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

The Intellijel Dual ADSR:

-Based on the Roland SH-101 design with several enhancements.
-Manual GATE buttons
-Three timing ranges
-Normal and inverted outputs
-End of Decay (EOD) logic output
-Cycle mode
-Dynamic level control of each ADSR output level via built in linear VCA
More details at www.intellijel.com

Delexia by AnalogResistance ( System-100m & SH-101 )

July 27, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Self evolving drone. Was recorded in just 1 shot. Containing a 2 191J system and a SH-101. Effects used during recording are: Eventide H949, Roland RE-201, Fostex 3180, Ibanez AD-202 and a UE-405

Time machine: Roland SH-101 demo

July 19, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Vintage synthesizer demo by RetroSound.de

Roland SH-101 and TR-606
FX: EHX Small Stone phase shifter
no delay and reverb added!

I deleted the video last year with some others but my good friend from down-under Michael missed it. ;)
he said: “Thank you Marko for introducing me to the world of analog synthesizers, this was the first tech demo I heard from you and to this day it still makes my ears bleed more than a virgin on prom night!”
:D

here is it in higher audio resolution.

more info: http://www.retrosound.de

Time machine: Roland SH-101

June 28, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Vintage synthesizer demo track by RetroSound
“Therapy”

The SH-101 is very cool, especially for techno, drum&bass and ACID! It’s a monophonic bass synthesizer. Its sound lies somewhere between the TB-303 and a Juno bass sound. It has a lot of simple but cool features. You can control the VCF, pitch, LFO or all from the pitch bender. It has a white noise generator, arpeggiator with up, down and up/down patterns and a simple real-time sequencer. The LFO offers random, sine, square or noise waveforms. And normal or auto portamento effects give you that elastic bass sound. There are external clock inputs for the sequencer and arpeggiator, CV/GATE inputs and outputs and a CV hold pedal.

Unfortunately there is no patch memory storage and although it has no MIDI there are upgrades available for it from many analog service companies that will allow you to incorporate it into any MIDI studio environment. It can also be controlled by MIDI using a CV/MIDI converter. It’s great for bass sounds or bubbly analog effects. They come in three different flavors – gray, blue or red (there was a VERY rare white version too)! It can also be strapped on like a guitar for live performance using the optional Hand Grip.

all synthesizer sounds: Roland SH-101 Analog Synthesizer (1983)
drums: Roland TR-808
recording: multi-tracking without midi
fx: a bit reverb and delay

more info: http://www.retrosound.de

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