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Roland Jupiter-50

Digital Synth from Roland belonging to the Jupiter series.

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The new Roland Jupiter-50 combines the expression of the Jupiter-80 with the portability of the JUNO series.

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 Features:

  • Portable design, 76-note weighted keyboard
  • User interface with colour-coded buttons and sliders
  • Registration function for saving and selecting sounds instantly
  • Multi-effects and reverb
  • Performance controllers, including D-Beam, pitch/mod lever, and control input jacks
  • USB Song Player/Recorder
  • USB audio/MIDI functionality; bundled with Sonar LE and Jupiter-50 Control Surface plug-in for Sonar


SuperNATURAL Power

The Jupiter-50 houses the SuperNATURAL acoustic sounds found in the Jupiter-80 (with Behaviour Modelling) as well Jupiter-80's SuperNATURAL synthesizer tones and Live Sets. You can import the Jupiter-80's Live Sets and Synth Tones into the Jupiter-50 via USB memory key.

 

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 Visit www.rolandce.com for more details.

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