MATRIXSYNTH: Roland JP-08 Exploring Jupiter 2017 Analog Circuit Behavior Synthesizer JP8 Rik Marston

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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Roland JP-08 Exploring Jupiter 2017 Analog Circuit Behavior Synthesizer JP8 Rik Marston


Published on Apr 16, 2017 SynthgodXXX

"Roland JP-08 'Exploring Jupiter' 2017
by Rik Marston 100% No Talking!!!
**Watch in HD** **Turn it UP!!**

The Roland Boutique JP-08 JUPITER-8
recreation with K-25M keyboard in an
extensive deep TWEAKING showing off
the power of the JP-08 & it's ACB technology.
I have owned a Jupiter-8 (see my video for it)
and YES the JP-08 can sound like it but it
lacks some of the warmth & charm that a real
JP8 has that it can only produce. That being said,
the JP-08 is FANTASTIC for sound design &
music composition. The JP-08 sounds & behaves
just like a Jupiter-8. Perfect for the person who
craves a JP8 but has a limited budget or just
wants to save a bit. It can be a fight to shape
the right TUNING (as you will hear in the video demo)
the little sliders makes it hard to hit the right sweet spot.
A external midi controller with a ton of assignable
sliders will be a blast to use to control the JP-08.
It's made for all genres, not just the local eighties
cover bands, but serious audio tweakers who need
some serious kit to mold their specific needs into life.
I am using a Roland V-Synth as a MIDI CONTROLLER
for this video, it has Attack & Release programmed
to it's assignable knobs. Recorded DRY into Ableton
Live 7 with no other effects.

Patch info:
Patch 46 (PWM Strings) @ 00:06
Patch 41 (Solo/Lead) @ 04:39
Patch 73 (Bass into Oblivion) @ 09:45
Patch 47 (Pad/Strings) @ 19:08

Thank you for watching!
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More Synthesizer demos,
Ambient Chill Zen Music,
UFOs & strange stuff...
COMING SOON!
Rik Marston
4/16/2017"

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