Roland has recently announced it will be launching two new synthesizers alongside additions to its drum and guitar ranges this month.

The ‘The Future. Redefined' launch will include two new synths as part of Roland’s next big product launch event, which sees new gear revealed every Friday for four weeks from the end of May.

Four new drum/percussion products are expected to be launched at the beginning of next month and a launch date for two guitar and two pro-video products is expected to be announced shortly. June will also see a further four new guitar products.

Roland hasn’t hinted as to what the new synthesizers will be, but the last time the company held a launch event similar to this, the company introduced new versions of the iconic TB-303 synth and TR-909 drum machine.

The TB-03 and TR-09 as they’re known are part of the company’s Boutique range, which the company has been using to bring back classic synths in a smaller format.

This new product release promises “the thrill and excitement of creative experience”.

It’s possible that at least one of the new synths could be a new Boutique synth or drum machine, or Roland could be planning a new synth for its AIRA line or for its cloud-based software service, RolandCloud. 

Alongside this launch event, Roland will also be hosting a Twitter chat where fans will be able to interact directly with the developers of the new gear by using the hashtag #RolandTFR