MATRIXSYNTH: Roland Introduces TR-8S v2.5/TR-6S v1.5 Firmware & TR-EDITOR Update

Tuesday, August 30, 2022

Roland Introduces TR-8S v2.5/TR-6S v1.5 Firmware & TR-EDITOR Update

video upload by RolandChannel

"TR-8S v2.5 and TR-6S v1.5 update load your Rhythm Performer with a stack of exciting new features. In this video, Dustin Good demonstrates the ins and outs of the new firmware and TR-EDITOR software updates.

Both TRs add six FM-based drum models—kick, snare, tom, clap, percussion, and cymbal. These models include new editable FM parameters which can be controlled from both the TR hardware and TR-EDITOR software for creating intricate, evolving sounds.

Rhythm tracks get a dose of unpredictability with a fresh sequencer update that adds probability, sub step probability, and master probability. Probability can bring your drum programming to life by setting percentage values to individual steps that dictate the chance of that step playing. The higher the percentage, the more that note will be played.

Quickly assign new sounds to your pattern with random kit and random instrument. Create spontaneous sonic changes in patterns and then easily restore back to the original kit.

Then run sounds through four new MFX options—Tone Fattener, Vinyl Simulator, Pitch Shifter Delay, and Ha-Dou Reverb.

Plus, upgrade the TR-EDITOR software to version 1.5 for deeper control of the new FM, probability editing, and more.

Chapter Breakdown:
0:00 What’s New in TR-8S v2.5, TR-6S v1.5
0:36 Table of Contents
0:45 New FM Drum Models
4:36 Using the TR-EDITOR
6:38 Editing FM Drum Models
8:36 Random Kit and Instrument
9:45 Probability
14:14 New FX

TR-8S v2.5 update:
TR-6S v1.5 update:
TR-EDITOR v1.5 update:"

*NEW* TR-8S v2.50 Firmware update

video upload by Starsky Carr

"A demo of the new Roland TR-8S v2.50 firmware update. It's got 6 new FM models that have full parameter access, plus 4 new effects and probability.

All in all a very welcome and very cool update."

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