MATRIXSYNTH: Roland JUPITER-6 no FX demo and tweaking

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Roland JUPITER-6 no FX demo and tweaking


Published on Dec 15, 2019 synthlegends

"Extended Demo of my Roland JUPITER-6 Synthesizer. I took advance of the split section with two independent arpeggiators and two different patches very much and tweaked the sounds, the arps and mixing life. I didn't use any effects, mastering or compression. So you listen to the raw tone of the JP-6. It is recorded mono with XLR Out into the audio interface.

Some sounds I played quite long, because I tweaked around, so you can listen the big sound palette of the JP-6 and can few what I do, like using the bandpass, highness or lowpass filter, or take us of different oscillators, tweak the envelopes, LFO, sync and cross modulation. The video is maybe again too long, like my JP-4 video, but if you are interested in the JP-6 you can figure out, what happens and listen to the wide sound palette.

Most of the sounds are some improvised arp sessions, some with two arps, some with a bass or pad in the lower section. I also recorded some custom patches, like leads, clavinets, organ style, flute, bells, bass, pads, strings, sweeps and much more. The synth is really very versatile and I think it has its own signature sound. It sounds different to a JP-8, which is a bit more lush and fat sounding. The JP-4 is more angry and dark. The JP-6 has the most widely sonic possibilities, IMO.

Have fun and thanks for watching!"

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