Momo has released a software editor & controller for the Roland TR-06 boutique drum machine that gives you full access to all parameters in your DAW.
This year Roland published the TR-06, a digital recreation of the TR-606 analog drum machine in boutique format. The advantage of this compared to the Behringer RD-6 is the engine, which has significantly more sound shaping options.
Now there is an editor for the TR-06 from Momo, with which you can access many hidden features.
Momo Roland TR-06 Editor & Controller
The new editor makes the entire TR-06 engine accessible in your DAW without deep menu diving. According to the developer, you don’t need to assign parameters to MIDI-CC values. The plugin does this automatically what is pretty handy. Once connected with your DAW, you can for example adjust the volume of the low tom (LT), high tom (HT), open hi-hat (OH), and closed hi-hat (CH) separately. Something that doesn’t work with the hardware. Here you have to go to the menus, which is less comfortable. Further, you can apply a random generator on the BD, SD, LT, and HT with which you can instant new timbres.
A big advantage of this editor is that you can integrate the TR-06 into your DAW. This allows you to record patterns and automate multiple parameters which is not possible with two hands. Plus, you can save kits as a preset in the editor and recall them again at any time. Momo Müller also includes an X/Y pad in its new TR-06 editor with which you can morph parameters. These can be freely assigned to the X/Y pad. It also ships with 49 drum sounds and 8 drum kit presets. Last but not least, you can save the editor settings in the DAW with the project.
Momo Roland TR-06 MIDI Editor is available now for 6,90€/$7,90 USD, runs as a 32/64-bit VST/AU plugin, and in 64-bit standalone for PC & Mac.
More information here: Momo
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