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Roland Jupiter 80 Trio Performance

Roland Jupiter 80 Trio Performance

Roland Jupiter 80 Trio Performance


The mammoth Jupiter 80 from Roland was introduced one year ago this month! It is squarely aimed at professional musicians who need a synth, piano and literally thousands of live pre sets in a stage piano sized unit.

It’s no secret that Roland endorsee Scott Tibbs is a big fan of the Jupiter series and if anyone knows how to get the most out of this beast, it’s this guy!

Watch Tibbs, alongside Jetro Da Silva and Steve Fisher working this live performance powerhouse…

 

 

Roland Jupiter 80

Jupiter 80

Roland’s most advanced synthesis technologies to date, give the Jupiter’s player not only an amazingly realistic sound, but a truly astounding unit for live performance.

Key Features

  • 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 colour touchscreen optimised 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
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    More about Scott Tibbs and The Jupiter Series…

    More about the Roland Jupiter 80…

    If you want to see a little more, Roland has dedicated the Jupiter-80 with a page filled with videos, interviews, sound clips, live sets, video tutorials and a Flikr photo album all of which you can see over here at the Roland US site.

     

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