Roland Jupiter 50 SynthesizerStock code: 95644
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- SuperNATURAL sounds
- Portable 76-note keyboard
- User-friendly interface
- Registration function
- Pro-quality multi-effects and reverb
- Expressive performance controllers
- USB Song Player/Recorder
The best of both worlds the Roland Jupiter-50 offers the expression of the Jupiter-80 but with the more portable dimensions of the Juno series to give SuperNATURAL sound on the move.
Following the path that the JP-80 left the Roland JP-50 contains the same SuperNATURAL acoustic sounds with Behaviour Modelling and a large portion of its synthesizer tones and Live Sets. The Roland Jupiter-50 even uses the same analogue components of the 80.
The inclusion of SuperNATURAL in the Roland Jupiter-50 means there are over 1,500 SuperNATURAL synthesizer tones available and over 70 SuperNATURAL acoustic instruments. Custom Live sets are easy to create by stacking and editing four Tones together.
Easy Sound Design
An intuitive colour-coded panel makes designing your sounds easy, along with the Roland Jupiter-50 Synthesiser’s great layout of buttons and sliders, and well-organised Registration/Live Set architecture.
Along with being one of the most powerful synths available to the gigging musician the Roland Jupiter-50 is also one of the lightest. Despite offering 76 weighted notes the while synth weights-in at just 11 kg/24 lbs 5 oz.
With the built-in recorder making sound capture a breeze the Roland Jupiter-50 also features USB connectivity to save your performance to a USB memory device. You can also use this connectivity to control audio files from USB memory, to be used as backing tracks. You can actually do both at the same time if you wish so you can play along with a track at the same time as recording your performance.
The Roland Jupiter-50 really is crammed with every tool you need for true aural expression. It’s stuffed with five reverbs and 76 types of special effect (MFX). MFX structures lets you put up to four effects in parallel and/or serial paths.