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Jupiter 4 Compuphonic

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€4,900.00

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    Roland Jupiter 4 Compuphonic

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    Used starting from : €4,900.00

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    DESCRIPTION

    The Roland Jupiter-4 (JP-4) was an analog synthesizer designed and manufactured by Roland from 1978 to 1981. It was the company's first polyphonic synthesizer, and was known to have been the first synthesizer to provide digital controls to its analog circuits (under the term “Compuphonic” by Roland), allowing notable new functions such as programmable memories (digital recording of “patches”) and greater flexibility in the assignment of synt...

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    Reviews (2)

    5.0 / 5

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    Une bête
    Alexis, 4 months ago
    Quel synthé ! L'un des premier a proposer des patch enregistrable. Les sons sont dingues. Oscillo, LFO et filtre sont vraiment puissants.
    Dévastateur
    Sébastien , 4 months ago
    Brut et épais, le son qui rivalisait avec le Prophet 5 dans les années 1970. Avec mémoire. Le BIG FOUR.