MATRIXSYNTH: Roland JP-8 JUPITERS Symphony in c minor

Saturday, June 13, 2020

Roland JP-8 JUPITERS Symphony in c minor


"Today I switched on my JP-8 after quiet a long time and made a very extended session of improvised music. I decieded to call it JUPTERS Symphony in c minor dedicated to the 40 th anniversary of this stunning flagship synthesizer, maybe the best Roland ever did. I used the BOSS Dimension C Chorus Pedal and the GFI Clockwork Delay Pedal, I really love.

Most of the patches are in Dual or Split mode using quite often the arpeggiator or two almost equal patches in stereo, on of it with portamento. You can listen to many small episodes linked together to a journey of different sounds of the JP-8 like bells, leads, arps, pads, strings, brass, bass etc.

I recorded the JP-8 left and right channel into the BOSS Chorus, from there into the GFI Delay and from there into the audio interface. Some of the demo I recorded in stereo, most of it in two stereo tracks from the mono left and right out of the GFI Delay. In the DAW I doubled the tracks to get them in half right and half left to get a better stereo field. There are no additional FX in the DAW or mastering, compression etc.

Have fun and enjoy the music and pictures. Cheers, Ruediger"

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