MATRIXSYNTH: “Flux meets Jupiter-4 09 Distorted sine waves” by Friendly Noise

Saturday, April 10, 2021

“Flux meets Jupiter-4 09 Distorted sine waves” by Friendly Noise


video by Friendly Noise

"Only self resonating filters on this video!!!!" - Additional videos below.

"The Jupiter 4 is always recorded in mono, which makes the internal chorus very subtle. Reverb is added in Cubase to make the sound wider. There is no clipping in the recording chain. If you hear anything close to distortion, it’s all in the sound coming out of the Jupiter 4.

The Roland Jupiter 4 has been rediscovered and established as the most full of character among the Roland polyphonic synths. Although limited in number of voices and straight forward sound architecture, it shines with an unique sonic print which no other synth can emulate. There are lots of great video demos and information on the web, so that no detailed description will be provided here. But it’s important to mention some unique features which will be showed extensively in this video series:

- The Jupiter 4 filter goes into self oscillation. Big guys like Yamaha CS-80, Jupiter 8 or Oberheim OBX-a can’t.
- The LFO is fast enough to get into audio range.
- There is a very noticeable internal saturation when the VCA slider is raised.

Don’t expect nice bass sounds and classic analog leads. The Jupiter 4 is perfect for that, but this has already been done before in many records and internet demos. What you are about to hear is the extreme side of the sound. Be prepared for drones, massive low frequencies, cracking saturation, ultra fast notes and unusual scales. Many sounds will remind you of modular synthesizers, but they were all created by direct recording of the Jupiter 4. :-)

In fact, the VCO is switched off and you will be hearing only the self oscillating filter in almost 80% of the video series. Only in the last videos you will hear the VCO. That means that 80% of the sounds you will hear couldn’t be made with other classic polyphonic synths, unless the filter self oscillates.

Luckily this Jupiter 4 was modded with CV and gate inputs and outputs per voice (and then some). Using this level of control per voice you can use the Jupiter 4 as a vintage monophonic synth, or drive individual voices differently. For example, applying vibrato or slide per voice. In this video series, only three voices were used.

The amazing sound of this Jupiter 4 can break the traditional boundaries specially when driven by the Temporal Modulation Synthesis sequencer Flux, made by IOLabs: https://www.tmsynthesis.com/​"
"This is number 9 of a new video series combining the best of vintage sound and the best of the modern sequencer technology in eurorack: Roland Jupiter 4 and IO Labs Flux."



Playlist:
“Jupiter 4 as a 303” by Friendly Noise
“Double sequence with the Jupiter 4” by Friendly Noise
“Jupiter 4 sequences” by Friendly Noise
“Roland Jupiter 4 VCA level” by Friendly Noise
“Flux meets Jupiter-4 01” by Friendly Noise
“Flux meets Jupiter-4 07” by Friendly Noise
“Flux meets Jupiter-4 02” by Friendly Noise
“Flux meets Jupiter-4 03” by Friendly Noise
“Flux meets Jupiter-4 08” by Friendly Noise
“Flux meets Jupiter-4 04 Pulsing Things” by Friendly Noise
Are There Differences in Converters? [Not sure why this is there - skip via the player controls]
“Flux meets Jupiter-4 09 Distorted sine waves” by Friendly Noise

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