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Musikmesse 2011 VIDEO: Roland Jupiter 80 Synth
Roland give Gear4music.com a video overview of the Roland Jupiter 80 synth, just launched at Musikmesse 2011.
Following the legendary status afforded to the Jupiter-8 (released in 1981), Roland have brought together the most revolutionary elements in their sonic arsenal for the Jupiter 80.
Promising to be the most authentic and realistic electronic instrument on the market, the Jupiter 80 features highly advanced analog modelling digital synthesis.
With a full suite of Roland's SuperNATURAL sounds on board you can dive in to highly realistic piano, brass strings and guitar at the touch of a button.
Dynamically analysing the player's performance, the Jupiter 80 closely follows your playing to ensure the most expressive sound around.
Check it out in action below.Posted on 8 Apr 2011 10:08 to category : Instruments News
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