MATRIXSYNTH: Roland Jupiter 8 vs Roland Juno 60 First Comparison

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Roland Jupiter 8 vs Roland Juno 60 First Comparison

Published on Oct 24, 2018 synthartist69

"In this video, I attempted to match one of my custom patches, Synthbrass to the Jupiter 8 using the Juno 60. I did not add any effect during the first part of the video so that you could hear the raw sound of both. When adding the Juno chorus effect, I detuned the Jupiter 8 oscillators to match the Juno chorus. I do apologize for any noise in the video. The noise is associated with the Juno 60 chorus effect, common issue with Juno 60's but easy to work around with lower pre mixer input volume levels. The Jupiter 8 is an incredible sounding synthesizer but a Juno 60 deserves to be up there in the high ranks along with it. What are you thoughts? Do you own either of these great synths? NOW.. don't get on Ebay or Reverb and start running the Juno 60 prices through the roof thinking you now have a Jupiter 8!! But, in my opinion.. the Juno 60 is still one helluva a value and it sounds so much better than modern synthesizers. Yes it is limited, but for me it is all about the basic sound and these Roland filters sound incredible.. especially when you add the chorus effect."

The Jupiter of course has two independent VCOs, Sync, and Crossmod. The Juno-60 has one DCO and one Sub osc.

Roland Juno 60 vs Roland Jupiter 8 80's Music Battle!!

Published on Oct 24, 2018 synthartist69

"At the very beginning there is no effect added but shortly in I added delay to both synths. Thanks for watching!"

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