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Roland Cloud

Bundle Plugin by Roland
$19.95 / month; $215.40 / year

Roland Cloud has an average user rating of 1.00 from 1 review

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Reviewed By LeftyMontongo [read all by] on 18th September 2020
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows.
Last edited by LeftyMontongo on 18th September 2020.
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the Roland cloud (like other Roland products I've tried) suffers from poor build quality and terrible customer service. They're fun until something goes wrong: then kiss your money goodbye. the tech support people are glorified salespeople, and you should expect to be monetized at every stage in spite of their total lack of responsiveness.

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25 February 2018 at 9:19pm

Let's see.. Pay $20 a month, for years, ending up having paid hundreds, maybe thousands, for plugins, only then to lose every single one if I can't keep it up? Yeah, I don't think so. I'll buy a plugin. I'm never going to RENT one.

24 July 2019 at 8:18am

I second that! I'll pass.

27 February 2018 at 7:09pm


I bet you already do in someway. Welcome to the future. Pretty soon you'll be renting your computer power through cloud technology so you don't have to store a tower at home, and it can be upgraded without needing to tear the entire thing apart. Personal PCs will be like gaslamps and steam powered dildos.

23 October 2019 at 9:03pm

Is it still the case that you cannot specify your own installation folder with Roland Cloud? I asked Roland support about a year back and they said if you change the installation folder you will have issues with updates etc. It's a big problem for Ableton users since you can only have 1 VST folder. Currently my VST folder is on a 2T external SSD. Do I really need to move all of my existing vsts over to Roland's default folder on my tiny C: drive?

Has anyone found a way round this silly restriction?

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