Roland Axial Synth Sound Library Launched

Roland Axial Synth Sound Library

The Roland Axial Synth Sound Library provides even more sonic ammunition for your Roland synth

The strength of any synthesizer is in its sounds. Without a bank of excellent sounds to draw upon, your synth effectively has no voice.

In addition, a good sound can get the creative juices flowing like nothing else, as you allow it to take you in different musical directions.

But, with any synth, once you’ve played around with the presets for a while, and created plenty of your own patches, you can hit a bit of a slump, and need some fresh inspiration.

The new Roland Axial Synth Sound Library is aimed at providing just that kind of inspiration…

Roland Axial Synth Sound Library - Roland SH-01 GAIA

Sounds for Roland synths, all in one place

The premise for Roland’s Axial site is simple- to provide a huge library of additional sounds, created by top programmers, easily accessible and downloadable from one place.

Roland Axial Synth Sound Library

These will run the full gamut of musical styles, ranging from recreations of classic vintage synths, to cutting edge tones for the most current styles. Whether you’re playing prog, or making Dubstep, there will be plenty to like here.

Roland Axial Synth Sound Library - Roland Integra-7 Sound Module

So for example, if you want to find that filthy bass sound for your GAIA, you can download it at the Roland Axial Synth Sound Library.

Currently, the library has sounds for the Integra-7, GAIA, Jupiter-80 and Jupiter-50. And, whilst the range is currently limited, Roland promises that Axial will be constantly updated, and that new sounds are being created as we speak.

We like the sound of that 😉 And the best thing about it? The sounds are FREE!

Yet another great reason to buy a Roland synth…

You can check out the Roland Axial Synth Sound Library here.

Joe is a contributor for the Dawsons Music blog. Specialising in product reviews and crafting content to help and inspire musicians of all musical backgrounds.

Joe is a contributor for the Dawsons Music blog. Specialising in product reviews and crafting content to help and inspire musicians of all musical backgrounds.