MATRIXSYNTH: Experimental Sounds with the Roland Jupiter-4 Analog Synthesizer (1978)


Friday, June 18, 2021

Experimental Sounds with the Roland Jupiter-4 Analog Synthesizer (1978)


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Roland Jupiter-4 analog synthesizer from the year 1978
You hear some self-programmed sounds with this beautiful synthesizer from the golden age of synthesizers.
And yes, I like the JP4 a lot more as the big brother Jupiter-8. Sounds way better in my opinion.

This is an early BA662 filter based Jupiter-4 (vs. the later, more common IR3109). These are in my opinion the better, wilder sounding models, really unique sound character."

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