Welcome to the latest in the series of Synth Explorer range – a selection of royalty-free loops and one shot samples that pay tribute to the legendry synthesisers and drum machines that have inspired generations of electronic music producers from the early electronic revolution right up to the current day. The Roland JX-3P shares the same analog filters and VCAs as the Juno and the Jupiter series. Featuring 12 Digitally Controlled Oscillators, the JX-3P allows for 6-note polyphony with 2 oscillators per voice! The oscillators come with ramp, pulse and square waveforms, as well as noise and intriguing `cross modulation’. Additional features of the JX-3P are syncro mode for OSC Sync and metal mode which creates a ring modulation effect.
This edition of the Synth Explorer features percussive Bass loops, warm Pads, melodic arpeggios and rich chord stabs. A wealth of one hit samples includes Synth hits, Bass hits, Drums and FX – with over 71 soft-sampler patches and 18 Multi -Sampled instruments.
In detail expect to find 447Mb of content with 325 individual 24-Bit Samples. 262 One Hits are included with 22 Bass Hits, 9 Bass Multi Sampled Instruments [97 Samples], 5 Kicks, 4 Hats, 4 FX Hits, 29 Synth Hits and 9 Synth Multi Sampled Instruments [101 Samples]. 63 Rex2 Loops are included as well as 71 Sampler patches are included for NNXT, Halion, Kontakt, Sfz and Exs24. This collection is also available separately in Apple Loops, Ableton Live Pack and Reason Refill formats. Also included are additional vintage drum machine samples that were used in the demo.
At tempos between 122-123BPM this pack is perfect for Synthwave, Downtempo, Ambient and Leftfield Genres, and comes in a number of pre-labelled musical keys.
JX-3P Specifications •Polyphony – 6 voices •Oscillators – 2 DCO’s per voice •Memory – 32 factory presets, 32 for user •Filter – Resonant Low pass and High pass filters •Effects – Chorus •Arpeggiator/Seq – 128-step Sequencer •Keyboard – 61 keys •Control – MIDI (not velocity) •Date Produced – 1983 •Famous Owners – The Future Sound of London, Astral Projection, Vince Clarke, Orbital, Luke Vibert, Stevie Nicks, Asian Dub Foundation, and Thomas Dolby.