The Roland Jupiter-50 has a rich heritage and is part of the Jupiter series of synthesizers, which have been highly regarded by musicians and producers since the 1980s.The Jupiter-50, introduced in 2012, was designed to capture the essence of the original Jupiter-8 while also incorporating modern technology and features. It was developed as a more affordable and portable alternative to the Jupiter-80, which was introduced a year earlier.Like its predecessors, the Jupiter-50 is known for its high-quality sound engine and versatile capabilities. It has been used by many musicians and producers, including Stevie Wonder, Hans Zimmer, and Herbie Hancock, among others.Overall, the Roland Jupiter series has a storied history and remains highly respected in the world of synthesizers. The Jupiter-50 continues this legacy and is a popular choice for musicians and producers looking for a versatile and powerful synth.The Roland Jupiter-50 is a synthesizer with a wide range of features and capabilities. Here is a detailed listing of its specifications and features:

  • Sound Engine: The Jupiter-50 uses Roland's SuperNATURAL sound engine, which provides realistic and expressive instrument sounds.
  • Sound Generator Section: The Jupiter-50 has 1,500 built-in tones, including pianos, electric pianos, strings, brass, and more. It also has a dedicated synth section with 73 presets, which can be edited and customized to create unique sounds.
  • Effects: The Jupiter-50 has a wide range of effects, including reverb, chorus, delay, and EQ. There are also multi-effects available, allowing you to stack multiple effects on top of each other.
  • Arpeggiator: The Jupiter-50 features an arpeggiator with over 500 preset patterns, as well as the ability to create custom patterns.
  • Keyboard: The Jupiter-50 has a 76-key velocity-sensitive keyboard with aftertouch.
  • Performance Mode: The Jupiter-50 has a performance mode, which allows you to split the keyboard into four different zones and layer sounds.
  • D-Beam Controller: The Jupiter-50 has a D-Beam controller, which allows you to control parameters by waving your hand over a sensor.
  • Audio/MIDI Interface: The Jupiter-50 has a built-in audio/MIDI interface, allowing you to connect it to your computer and use it as a MIDI controller or as an audio interface.
  • USB Connectivity: The Jupiter-50 has a USB port, which allows you to connect it to your computer and use it as a MIDI controller or as an audio interface.
  • LCD Display: The Jupiter-50 has a large LCD display, which makes it easy to navigate through its features and settings.
  • Weight: The Jupiter-50 weighs 11.4 kg (25 lbs), making it relatively portable.
  • Power: The Jupiter-50 can be powered by an AC adapter or, interestingly, eight AA batteries.

Overall, the Roland Jupiter-50 is a versatile and powerful synthesizer that is suitable for a wide range of applications, from studio recording to live performance. Its SuperNATURAL sound engine and extensive sound library make it an excellent choice for anyone looking to create expressive and realistic instrument sounds.Complete with PSU, manuals and system software on USB Stick Thank your for looking.

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  • Jupiter-50 76-Key Digital Synthesizer
  • Black
  • 2010s
Number of Keys
  • 76 Keys

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