Roland Jupiter-8 14-bit with Dust Cover and Flight Case
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Overview

One of the greatest analog synths of all time, the Jupiter 8 features eight voices of polyphony with two oscillators per voice, which combined with Roland's classic chorus effects makes for some amazingly wide, thick sounds. Features a fat resonant low-pass filter, along with an optional high-pass filter and an array of envelope and LFO modulation options. 


Years of Production: 1981 - 1984


Number of Keys: 61 


Polyphony: 8 voices


I/O: Audio, CV

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Jupiter-8
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 1980s
Made In
  • Japan
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  • Discrete Analog Oscillators - Behold The KING

    I've owned one for 20 years now. I can say that this has such a unique and powerful sound, leaving all the others in the dust. 8 massive, discrete voices, with Roland's proprietary filters, and exceptionally responsive VCAs. A nice compliment of parameters, including a high pass filter, and reve…

  • One of the all time great analogue synthesizers

    The Jupiter represents the high water mark of analogue synthesis. Painstakingly thought-out and beautifully crafted engineering and design right through to every last detail. The Jupiter-8 is a satisfyingly heavy-weight 8 voice polyphonic synth with 16 great sounding oscillators @ 2 per voice. Un…