Tagged as "Roland Synth Takeover"
First Look at Roland’s Jupiter-80 Synthesizer
Dolphin Music on Apr 11, 2011
Last week at Europe’s largest trade show for the MI world, MusikMesse, we were very happily introduced to the Jupiter-80 synthesizer - the latest addition to Roland’s line-up of ultimate synthesizers. Roland’s synths go back to 1981, when Roland created the JUPITER-8 with the goal of creating the most expressive synthesizer possible. Equipped with the leading technology of its day, the legendary Jupiter synth’s unique character and rich sound has remained iconic in the popular musical landscape ever since. Get a first look at the Jupiter 80 synth with Howard Jones inside….
GAIA FX and Audio Interface
This week we’ve unravelled the history of Roland Synths and talked you through, step by step, the brand new GAIA Synth from Roland themselves. In the final Roland Episode check out how to recreate the analogue sounds of its predecessor and how it’s going to follow the footsteps of all Roland Synthesizers to become the next legendary synth…look inside sounds and see how they work.
Make Your Own Sounds From Scratch
Day Four in the Dolphin Music Blog takeover. Make your own sounds from scratch with the Roland GAIA SH-01 synthesizer…
The Roland Synth Legacy
Musical genres come and go, but Roland synths crop up time and time again in the history of electronic music. For all you synth geeks out there, Roland has produced the Synthesizer Chronicles, a poster covering the entire line-up of Roland Synthesizers, from the SH-1000 in 1973 to the current GAIA SH-01. So if you’re wondering which was the first synth to have a pitch bend lever, or you can’t tell your Jupiters from your Junos, then jump in and take a trip down memory lane…
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