JP-08 Boutique Sound Module. The legendary Jupiter-8 synth is back as a limited-edition tabletop sound module. Part of the Roland Boutique Series, the JP-08 Boutique is all about hands-on control and that iconic Jupiter sound. Those engaging analog strings and pads, those blistering leads, and those bass patches are yours again, but with better control than ever. With an array of 36 knobs and sliders from the original Jupiter-8 front panel, the 4-voice JP-08 Boutique is highly programmable and encourages sonic experimentation, especially with the built-in speaker and battery operation. Using Roland’s acclaimed Analog Circuit Behaviour (ACB) technology the JP-08 Boutique faithfully reproduces the original Jupiter-8 sounds and adds a few new twists in the form of extra LFOs and expanded VCO range. You can even slide the JP-08 Boutique into the optional K-25m keyboard unit for a self-contained, go-anywhere synth experience. Huge Synth. Small Package. The Jupiter-8 was a big synth in every way; physically imposing with loads of knobs and sliders, and most importantly, a huge sound. The JP-08 Boutique retains the big sound of the Jupiter-8, but shrinks everything else – including the price – into a module measuring under 12 in. across. Hands-on control With such an expressive sound engine, you’ll want to shape the sounds to match your mood. With 36 of the original parameters accessible from the front panel, the JP-08 Boutique is all about hands-on control, and even users of the Jupiter-8 will quickly feel at home as the user interface and programming “feel” is highly reminiscent of the original. New sound-shaping options Even though the JP-08 Boutique is an authentic recreation of the Jupiter-8, Roland also included a few extras. The JP-08 Boutique adds several new waveforms to the original architecture, including TRI and NOISE for the LFO and SIN for VCO-1, and both VCOs have an expanded range for even more sound shaping potential. Develop your ideas w…
- Huge Synth. Small Package.
- Hands-On Control
- New Sound-Shaping Options
- USB Audio Interface for Direct Recording into Your DAW
- Develop Your Ideas with a 16-Step Sequencer