December 02, 2020  

Friday Forum Live: Roland Cloud Tutorial with JC and Ski Oakenfull

We’re back with another Friday Forum Live, this time delving into the magic behind Roland’s Roland Cloud devices, more specifically focussing on comparing real-life equivalents to their digital counterparts.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with our Friday Forum Live, it’s where JC Concato, Point Blank’s Creative Director and industry professional sound engineer, and Ski Oakenfull, our Head of Education and Development, go live from Point Blank’s HQ every Friday at 12pm to review new plugins, software, production techniques and more. Want to tune into next week’s FFL? Then be sure to head over to our YouTube channel.

If it’s your dream to be a professional music producer, DJ, artist manager, radio host or anything in between, our courses can help. Plus, we’re currently offering 25% off our selected online and Los Angeles courses until 31st December using the codes ONLINE25 and LA25 when enrolling.

Roland Cloud features a wealth of VST plugins containing the DNA of modern music. If you’ve always wanted to get your hands on Roland’s legendary synthesizers and drum machines, now you can with Roland Cloud. Their state-of-the-art software selection includes soft-synth versions of the JUPITER-8, JUNO-106, SH-2, TR-909, TR-808, TR-606 and others and can be used in conjunction with your DAW of choice. Learn more about Roland Cloud’s key features, synths and how you can freshen up your track with their genre-specific patches, patterns, and sound packs here.

Want to learn how to make great music with plugins and hardware – or even how to engineer your own plugins? we’d highly recommend checking out our line of courses in LondonLos Angeles and Online. Got any questions? Then don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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