Roland Jupiter-80 DEMO : Eight Great Dragon King Theme

June 24, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

This is the demo of Jupiter-80 Orchestra sound.
upper part Synth Brass
Lower Part Trumpet + Starr&piano&strings
Percussion part Timpani
Solo Part Horn

This work is the theme of “Eight Great Dragon King” final part.
you could imagine 8 Dragons appears from the waterfall in the deep mountain. (Inunaki mountain)

nicolai maruhama

Roland Jupiter 80 “SH101 Poly” Roland Synth Legends

May 6, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

“We all know that the SH101 was a mono synth but I decided to create a poly version for the Jupiter 80 so here it is!”

About the synth:

One of the most revered prefixes in the history of synthesis returns. Welcome the arrival of the JUPITER-80—a live-performance powerhouse that pays homage to its legendary namesake with road-proven hardware and massive sound, yet blasts into the future with advanced SuperNATURAL® technology. The JUPITER-80’s expressive, organic approach to synthesis makes a new world of sound design possible with multilayered SuperNATURAL textures under the control of a full-color touchscreen and creative hands-on controllers. Experience the metamorphosis of a legend with the all-new JUPITER-80!

Roland JUPITER Legacy Collection Trailer

September 1, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

JUPITER Legacy Collection. Coming soon to http://www.JUPITER-80.com

JUPITER-80 demonstration by Bernie Smith from Take That

August 24, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Here’s a new demo of the Roland Jupiter 80; Bernie Smith is not your average session musician. Being the synth and piano man for acts like Annie Lennox and Take That need a special kind of musician. It’s a good job that his Jupiter 80 is not your average synth.

To find our more about the JUPITER-80 go to:
http://www.roland.co.uk/products/productdetails.aspx?p=1165#.UDVgudZmTYg

Roland Jupiter 80 Sound Demo

June 27, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Some scapes made with the Jupiter 80. It’s the first synthesizer designed completely around SuperNATURAL® sound modeling technology, delivering expressive instrumental realism far beyond anything previously possible.

Since the launch of the JUPITER-80, many professional keyboard players and producers have praised its expressive SuperNATURAL sounds and live-performance capability. With the Version 2 software update, the JUPITER-80 offers new features that enhance its synthesis power, and provides more flexibility and creativity for musicians designing their own sounds.

“In my opinion a very warm and good sounding instrument with plenty of usable sounds and a good synth engine. I tried to put almost everything to this demo, but it`s hard and this demo should have one hour :)”

Roland Jupiter 80 “Tomi-Tanks”

May 7, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Info about the synth from Roland below:

Roland’s all-new JUPITER-80 is a groundbreaking live performance synthesizer that simply could not have been built until now. It’s the first synthesizer designed completely around SuperNATURAL® sound modeling technology, delivering expressive instrumental realism far beyond anything previously possible.

Since the launch of the JUPITER-80, many professional keyboard players and producers have praised its expressive SuperNATURAL sounds and live-performance capability. With the Version 2 software update, the JUPITER-80 offers new features that enhance its synthesis power, and provides more flexibility and creativity for musicians designing their own sounds.

Roland Jupiter 80 artists

“Roland Jupiter 80″ Distorted Polysynth

April 20, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Short description:

Thirty years ago, the Roland Jupiter-8 synth redefined the sound of music. By combining the legendary vibe of the Jupiter-8 with the stunning realism of Roland’s SuperNATURAL synthesis engine, Roland has made the new Jupiter-80 a force to be reckoned with. The Jupiter-80 has a deep, rich analog synth sound, as well as a host of hyper-realistic SuperNATURAL instruments. Physically, it’s somewhat larger and heavier than Roland’s most recent and now discontinued 76‑note workstation, the Fantom G7. Its colourful control panel is reminiscent of a Jupiter 8, but only in a superficial way, and it’s clear even before switching it on that most of the action is going to take place on the 800 x 480-pixel touchscreen that dominates its control panel.
The Jupiter 80 generates its sounds using the Supernatural technology first heard on the ARX boards introduced for the Fantom G series, married to a significantly cut‑down version of the APS (Articulative Phrase Synthesis) technology found in the V‑Synth GT. However, despite the justified clamour from Fantom owners, there are only three ARX boards (one each for drums, electric pianos and brass), and the set of polyphonic APS sounds in the Jupiter 80 does not overlap fully with the APS sources and Phrase Models in the GT, so it’s clear from the outset that the new synth is not simply a mélange of existing engines presented in a colourful new box.

What’s even more apparent is that the Jupiter 80 is not based on any conventional synth architecture, because it eschews the conventional patch and performance structures that have dominated synth architectures for the past 20 years or so. The lowest level (or so Roland claims) is the ‘Tone’, and there are two distinct Tone generators: Supernatural Acoustic (which, confusingly, also contains the APS sounds) and Supernatural Synth. The next level up is the ‘Live Set’, which can comprise up to four Tones in ‘Layers’. The top level is the ‘Registration’, which comprises four ‘Parts’: a single Tone in the Perc Part, a Live Set in the Lower Part, another Live Set in the Upper Part, and another Tone in the Solo Part.

It’s here ! The Jupiter-80 is now shipping

August 23, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Roland has announced that the new JUPITER-80 synthesizer is now shipping.

The JUPITER-80 represents an unprecedented leap forward in the pursuit of the most authentically expressive electronic musical instrument, just as the legendary JUPITER-8 did when it was launched 30 years ago.

Delivering instrumental realism far beyond any electronic instrument ever created, the 76-key, touchscreen-driven JUPITER-80 integrates the highest caliber of analog modeling, digital synthesis, and SuperNATURAL® expressiveness available in a live performance synthesizer, while its sleek industrial design pays homage to the original JUPITER-8. The combination of Roland’s most advanced synthesis technologies and design features gives keyboardists an amazingly realistic sound and a truly authentic performance feel.

Jupiter-80 features

  • Keyboard Section
    • Keyboard 76 keys (with velocity and channel aftertouch)
  • Sound Generator Section
    • Maximum Polyphony 256 voices (varies according to the sound generator load)
    • Parts 4 parts (Upper, Lower, Solo, Percussion)
    • Registrations 256 (including pre-loaded registrations)
    • Live Sets 2,560 (including pre-loaded Live Sets)
    • Effects Multi-Effects (MFX): 4 units (parallel connection only), 76 types per each Upper/Lower (total: 8 units), Reverb: 1 unit, 5 types per each Upper/Lower (total: 2 units) Compressor + Equalizer + Delay: 1 set per each Solo/Percussion (total: 2 sets), Reverb: 1 unit, 5 types, Master Effects: 4-Band Equalizer: 1 unit.
  • USB Memory Song Player/ Recorder Section
    • Tracks 1 stereo track
    • Playable File Format Audio File: WAV, AIFF, MP3
    • Recording File Format Audio File: WAV (44.1 kHz, 16-bit Linear, stereo)
    • Effects 4-Band Equalizer: 1 unit
    • External Memory USB flash memory (sold separately)
  • Connectors
    • PHONES stereo 1/4″ phone type
    • MAIN OUT L, R (XLR type)
    • MAIN OUT L/MONO, R (1/4″ TRS phone type)
    • SUB OUT L, R (1/4″ phone type)
    • AUDIO IN stereo miniature phone type
    • DIGITAL AUDIO OUT COAXIAL
    • FOOT PEDAL HOLD, CTRL 1, CTRL 2
    • MIDI IN, OUT, THRU
    • USB COMPUTER Audio/MIDI
    • USB Memory
    • AC IN
  • Dimensions/Weight
    • Dimensions 1,231 (W) x 439 (D) x 140 (H) mm (48-1/2″ x 17-5/16″ x 5-1/2″)
    • Weight 17.7 kg (39 lbs. 1 oz.)
  • Other
    • Arpeggiator Preset: 128 styles, User: 128 styles
    • Harmony Intelligence 17 types
    • Controllers D Beam controller, Pitch Bend/Modulation lever, Assignable buttons (S1, S2), Assignable knobs (E1–E4), PART LEVEL sliders (PERC, LOWER, UPPER, SOLO)
    • Display Graphic Color LCD 800 x 480 dots (touch screen)
    • Power Consumption 25 W
    • Included Accessories Owner’s Manual, CD-ROM (USB Audio/MIDI driver), DVD-ROM (SONAR LE), USB Memory Protector, Power Cord

The Jupiter-80 synthesizer is shipping now with a suggested retail price of $3,999 USD.

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Jupiter 80: Editing & Creating Analog Synth Sounds

August 6, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

The Jupiter 80 has over 1900 synth tones. This video discusses how to create, edit and save analog synth patches.

Roland Jupiter 80 performed by S4K Team

August 5, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Roland Jupiter 80 performed by S4K Team – Alex DD Space4keys. The JUPITER-80’s expressive, organic approach to synthesis makes a new world of sound design possible with multilayered SuperNATURAL textures under the control of a full-color touchscreen and creative hands-on controllers. Experience the metamorphosis of a legend with the all-new JUPITER-80!

  • Powerful integrated SuperNATURAL synthesis engines designed for legendary vintage synth sounds to realistic organic acoustic sounds and more.
  • Single Tone is equivalent to the performance of powerful single synthesizer—stack four of these to create a mind-blowing “Live Set”
  • Tone Blender tweaks multiple parameters of tones in realtime for complex, emotive sonic movement during performance
  • Fast, friendly operation with intuitive front panel and color touchscreen optimized for live performance
  • 76-note semi-weighted synth keyboard, and 256 polyphonic voices (varies according to sound-generator load)
  • USB-memory Song Player/Recorder for backing tracks or quick idea capture
  • Easy integration with computers via built-in USB-MIDI/Audio interface

More info below:

http://www.space4keys.com
http://www.s4k.tv

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