MATRIXSYNTH: Roland Jupiter 6 Europa Magnetic Quick Reference Cheat Sheet Overlays

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Roland Jupiter 6 Europa Magnetic Quick Reference Cheat Sheet Overlays


Seven different styles. Pictured in order: Neon, Spectrum, Monochrome, JP-6 Basic, Blue "OUTLANDER", Green "Alien Gutz", and RED "Terminated". Click here for all.

"The kit is comprised of 12 tiles that magnetically adhere to the Jupiter 6 operations panel. The process of adding the magnets is quick, easy and with zero mess. As no gluing, sticking or adhesives is involved the process is totally reversible and will not affect the condition (or the value) of your synth. The tiles can be added and removed at the operator’s discretion.

The magnets are of high quality durable materials and are UV resistant. It is the same material used on car magnets.

To further customize the look and visual feel of your Jupiter 6 the kit is available in 7 different “themes”. Buy one to transform the ease of use and look of your Europa’ed Jupiter 6, or buy them all and continually change up the look of your synth!

o JP-6 Basic – designed and colored for the Jupiter 6 traditionalist who wants the Europa Quick Reference kit to blend in with the original look of the synth. Original JP-6 fonts and colors (blue, purple, orange, Arial) are used along with a few new accented highlights.

o JP-6 Neon – Subdued yet colorful, this scheme lends city night life subtlety to the look of the Jupiter 6.

o JP-6 Spectrum – From ultra violet to infrared, this fun color scheme crosses the full visual light spectrum to give your Jupiter 6 a look unlike any other synth on the planet.

o JP-6 Monochrome – This bare bones, stripped back color scheme is a tip of the hat to the look of synths of old such as Moogs, Arps and Modular Synths.

o JP-6 Terminated – It was the early 80s, and the Jupiter 6 hit the market at the same time as some iconic sci-fi movies. Themed on a movie about a time traveling cyborg, it comes in an angry, slow burn Red, just like the cyborg’s eye. This is the first of the 3 sci-fi movie themed color schemes.

o JP-6 Outlander – It was the early 80s, and the Jupiter 6 hit the market at the same time as some iconic sci-fi movies. The Outlander theme harks back to 1981 when Sean Connery appeared in a classic Sci-Fi space western that just happened to be set around the planet Jupiter. Quite fitting, don’t you think? This ice-blue kit is the second of the 3 sci-fi movie themed color schemes.

o JP-6 Alien-Gutz - It was the early 80s, and the Jupiter 6 hit the market at the same time as some iconic sci-fi movies. This eerie green color scheme is themed on a vicious gut-busting deep-space predator. Alien-Gutz is the third of the sci-fi movie themed color schemes.

Please note this is not an official product from Roland or Synthcom."

2 comments:

  1. Are these magnetic overlays still available? If so how can I go about ordering? I checked the eBay listing but it's not active anymore. Thanks!

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    1. Not sure. Click through the last link. You will see "Items for sale from sunglider" on top. Click on sunglider, then click the contact link on the top right of the resulting page. You should be able to ask the seller there.

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