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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby peter@greatsynth » 15:54, 28 March 2012

Jupiter-80 V2 - LPF comparison

You can find and listen to them also in this blog entry: http://greatsynthesizers.com/en/news-en ... s-filters/

We used exactly the same (moderate) settings to compare the four different LPFs. Only thing that is different between them is of course the filter mode. Recording chain and everything else is exactly the same.

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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby JunoJohn » 21:25, 28 March 2012

Vielen Dank, Peter!
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby cello » 02:25, 29 March 2012

Thanks Peter! Great comparison of the new filters :)

Have you had a chance to review the new sounds?
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby RayS » 14:29, 29 March 2012

.. listening made me think I was flying high on a Red Carpet..:>)
Thanks Peter
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby peter@greatsynth » 07:10, 30 March 2012

Thanks to all of you!

We added another one, that hopefully does not make Ray fly high on a red carpet :-)) (a special thanks for that comment). It is a two Partial (Oscillator) sound, no EFX, the "dry" SUPERNatural synthesizer. You can find a more detailed description of "Roland Jupiter-80 V2 - LPF1-3 2Osc" in the Listening Room.

Peter

[EDIT] - sorry cello, forgot to answer your question. There are some nice ones, but now with the filters I will most likely program even more of my own sounds. I am using the Jupiter-80 in the studio for recording into a DAW. Therefore I have no real need for multimode. Although, with just two Partials (Oscillators) I could layer tons of sounds :-)).
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby RayS » 05:58, 31 March 2012

Great stuff!! Yeah I am Flyin' agaIN!! wheeeeeeeeeee<,//////////
I really like the 80ies Pads you did.. any chance you could explain it (how you did it) in further detail.. Thanks Ray
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby peter@greatsynth » 20:40, 31 March 2012

Hi Ray,

these sounds are quite simple and easy to program. If you want too I will share. Actually this comes just in time....

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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby RayS » 04:40, 1 April 2012

Hi Peter .. yes I would appreciate it.. I am a learner!! :>) Thanks
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby cello » 10:17, 1 April 2012

Thanks for the info Pete - on the JP-80 I much prefer creating my own sounds but is interesting to know of new 'starting' points and hearing the possibilities of more clever people than me!

Well - it's April now, so sometime soon we'll all be able to explore v2 :)

All this sharing talk reminds me about jp-80.com - must get to work on this soon! I have so many new sounds now - I'm sure there must be others...
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby peter@greatsynth » 14:26, 2 April 2012

Here is the "80ies Pad" Sound Programming Workshop:

http://greatsynthesizers.com/en/worksho ... -workshop/

We hope it is of help.

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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby cello » 15:39, 2 April 2012

Love this demo Peter

By showing how to do it (as opposed to handing over a sound file), users can learn so much more.

Your video also shows everything I love about the JP-80 - quick creativity through the powerful controls! And you didn't even get to the Fx (of which there are more than just reverb and delay, etc - there's step modulators in there as well as so many other goodies)!!

As always - great job :)
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby Rocness » 16:04, 2 April 2012

peter@greatsynth wrote:Here is the "80ies Pad" Sound Programming Workshop:

http://greatsynthesizers.com/en/worksho ... -workshop/

We hope it is of help.

Peter

Wow no effects ! Peter, this sounds just lovely .
What I am mostly impressed with is your work flow , easy and smooth like on a analog synth .
And it just looks like so much fun .

This is the type of content I would like to see more of on this forum.
We need more tutorials on programming and techniques .
Moderators , can we make a new sticky with this tutorial and a place for more to be added ?

The JP-80 is such a sweetheart and a pleasure every-time .
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby Hope Chest » 21:57, 2 April 2012

Thanks a million for this, Peter. This video is utterly brilliant on several levels.

So far, the only programming I've had to do on the JP-80 has been coming up with a square wave patch a la The Cars' "Just What I Needed" because the stock sounds have suited my needs perfectly thus far, but this makes me want to run home and start programming some pads immediately!!

I agree with cello, it's great to learn about other people's approaches & starting points to programming the JP-80, especially for those "Ha! Never would've thought of that!" moments.
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby RayS » 04:57, 4 April 2012

Just read this as I have been caught up in work!! Many Thanks and Hats Off to You as I know you spent a while doing this!! Your skills at this are incredible making it look so easy!! I cant wait to try it myself when the new V2 is released. I knoiw you are busy and everything but if you get time and want to do a workshop for the JD-990 Pad LPF1.. I know many would appreciate it!! :>)... Thanks again.. appreciate it.
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Re: New JP-80 review published...

Postby RayS » 05:02, 4 April 2012

Rocness wrote:
peter@greatsynth wrote:Here is the "80ies Pad" Sound Programming Workshop:

http://greatsynthesizers.com/en/worksho ... -workshop/

We hope it is of help.

Peter

Wow no effects ! Peter, this sounds just lovely .
What I am mostly impressed with is your work flow , easy and smooth like on a analog synth .
And it just looks like so much fun .

This is the type of content I would like to see more of on this forum.
We need more tutorials on programming and techniques .
Moderators , can we make a new sticky with this tutorial and a place for more to be added ?

The JP-80 is such a sweetheart and a pleasure every-time .


I agree Rocness, we definitely need a Sticky Post for "Tutorials" like this one so Peters workshop doesnt go into oblivion. These are helpful for everyone and Peters skills at this is greatly appreciated..Moderators need to do this..
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