MATRIXSYNTH: Roland JUPITER-Xm - (Firmware Ver.1.03) - Outdoor DEMO "Warmin' up"

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Roland JUPITER-Xm - (Firmware Ver.1.03) - Outdoor DEMO "Warmin' up"

Published on Nov 28, 2019 gattobus

"The new Roland JUPITER-Xm (FW ver.1.03) has an internal sensor measuring the temperature of the internal circuitry, simulating the oscillators drift like real analog synthesizers. It takes less than 10 minutes tu fully warm up... The result is an alive, warm and three-dimensional sound.
You can also adjust the temperature manually, change the warm up time. and keep your favourite initial temperature if you set the aging parameter to 'FIXED'.

This performance was played in real time and recorded outdoor.
Jupiter-Xm (battery operated) recorded straight to Roland R-07 digital pocket recorder.

I used 5 parts in total: a JUNO-106 emulation, two JUPITER-8 parts, an SH-101 and a Drum Part.
Everything from this little beast...
I think, from now on, Jupiter-Xm is my favourite Synthesizer!!! :D"

1 comment:

  1. More proof that the new Jupiter-X are computers that run only one program. This is AAA (Triple-A) synthesizer publishing at its finest.



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