If you’ve ever auditioned a virtual guitar in your DAW and thought, “I guess it kind of sounds like a guitar… sort of,” Roland plans to make that frustration a thing of the past. Tera Guitar is the latest addition to the Tera series of acoustic virtual instruments, running on the Roland Cloud Concerto engine.


For the first Tera Guitar in the lineup, Vintage Steel, Roland reached back to the days of big-band swing and waltzes named after U.S. states to capture a remarkable guitar. The world was in turmoil, but music was alive and well, and the inspiration for Vintage Steel celebrated its first birthday. With tones only achievable by 70-plus-year-old Sitka spruce and mahogany, you can hear the warm history with every note. If you’ve ever wanted a national treasure as part of your composition, Vintage Steel fits the bill.


Tera Guitar instruments are built on the Roland Cloud Concerto engine, with high fidelity and a multitude of creative options including:

48kHz stereo .ogg format (VBR)
Adjustable key sensitivity
Fine and course tuning controls
Convolution reverb with eight impulse responses
Decay and wet/dry mix controls
Per-instrument limiter toggle
Multiple instruments supported per plug-in instance
Multi-threaded loading and streaming
VST parameter automation

Roland Cloud delivers fresh instruments regularly. There will be several more guitars in the Tera Guitar line coming in the near future.

Roland Cloud is an ever-increasing suite of iconic Roland instruments on demand, delivered via your favorite DAW in VST/AU format for $19.95 a month. You don’t have to be stuck looking for that perfect sound. You’ll always have the tools to try things out with this subscription.

Find out more at www.rolandcloud.com and sign up for a free 30-day subscription with no credit card required.

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