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Roland synthesizers have inspired artists and defined genres for decades. With the Analog Monosynth Collection, you get five of our most coveted synthesizers from the late ’70s and early ’80s. Backed by our Analog Circuit Behavior (ACB) technology, these iconic instruments are brought to life with breathtaking realism in your DAW or SYSTEM-8 * hardware—and all for one low price of $299 (USD). 

*TB-303 Software Bass Line is not compatible with SYSTEM-8 PLUG-OUT technology. 

Analog giants.
The legendary instruments in this collection helped shape the sound of entire music styles and have appeared on more famous tracks than you can count. Their impact cannot be overstated, and they continue to drive the creative visions of musicians and producers to this day. These recreations sound and behave exactly like the original hardware with stunning accuracy. And going further, they also offer lots of extended functionality to meet the needs of today’s workflows. 

Analog Circuit Behavior (ACB).

Thanks to our proprietary circuit modeling technology, these classics are ready to imbue your tracks with retro energy and fuel tomorrow’s masterpieces. The ACB process involves carefully analyzing original hardware units, circuit diagrams, and other historical data. We then use this information to recreate the authentic circuit behaviors of the vintage instrument—including all the beloved quirks and instabilities—giving these synths their amazingly lifelike sound and organic response.


The SH-101 Software Synthesizer is an ultra-detailed replica of the famous Roland SH-101. Powered by advanced circuit-level modeling, the plug-in perfectly recreates the original's inspiring analog sounds, which have shaped decades of electronic music styles. 
The SYSTEM-100 Software Synthesizer combines the features of the original Model 101 Synthesizer and Model 102 Expander modules from the SYSTEM-100, giving you an incredibly fat and uniquely versatile two-oscillator monosynth with modular routing capabilities. 
In the late 1970s, synthesizers were undergoing a significant transition with the development of polyphony and onboard patch memory. As the world’s synth manufacturers raced to develop these new technologies, Roland launched a seemingly basic monophonic synthesizer—the now-classic SH-2. Renowned for its raw vintage tone, the SH-2’s dual VCO plus sub-oscillator configuration dishes out devastatingly fat basses, edgy leads, and wild effects. 

With an unmistakable sonic signature brimming with warmth, energy, and character, the Roland TB-303 Bass Line defined the acid house movement of the late 1980s. Widely misunderstood when launched in 1981, the true revolution began several years later when electronic music producers rediscovered the quirky box, unleashing the hypnotic, liquid sound that captivated a generation. The TB-303 Software Bass Line delivers this historic instrument in a DAW plug-in, with circuit-level sonic accuracy and useful modern enhancements. 
A sibling of the legendary JUPITER-4, this rare and wonderful synthesizer from 1979 features an evocative voice with a thick, rich sound, and is increasingly sought after on the used market. Sonically accurate down to the circuit level, the versatile PROMARS plug-in cranks out big bass and lead tones with the unmistakable character of Roland synths from the era. 

Purchase the Analog Polysynth Collection for $299* in the offers tab in Roland Cloud Manager.

*Price reflects USD only and is subject to change based on local currency.