The legendary polyphonic synth is reborn as a software instrument.
Roland has released the JX-3P software synth, an addition to Roland Cloud’s series. The six-voice polyphonic synth features everything from classic string sounds to crushing metallic pads delivering the sounds of the early ’80s directly into your DAW.
Read the full announcement from Roland here…
Roland Virtual Sonics announces the addition of the iconic JX-3P to Roland Cloud’s Legendary series. Originally released in 1983, the JX-3P was one of the earliest programmable preset polyphonic synthesizers and Roland’s first MIDI-equipped machine.
Now available as part of the Roland Cloud, the virtual JX-3P offers crystalline ACB-component replication of the original’s sounds. From classic strings to crushing metallic pads, this six-voice polyphonic recreation is identical to its hardware counterpart. With push-button interface and concurrent versatility, users will discover what made this synth a singular addition to Roland’s catalogue.
In addition to its 64 iconic memory programmes and revolutionary two DCOs, the updated JX-3P comes with an all-new effects module – including delay, distortion, reverb – and a powerful arpeggiator. Experience the JX-3P in its traditional format, or with a click, unleash the power of the coveted PG-200 interface.
Upon release, the PG-200 facilitated a hands-on manipulation of the JX-3P’s rich sonic palette. Mapped for the PLUG-OUT interface of the SYSTEM-8, the PG-200 controls are intuitive. The live connection between the SYSTEM-8 and a user’s computer allows for parameter adjustment within the software itself, or with the turn of a knob on the SYSTEM-8. The JX-3P allows for seamless sonic control.
Roland Virtual Sonics JX-3P features:
- Authentic recreation of the classic Roland JX-3P 6 voice polyphonic synthesizer
- ACB (Analogue Circuit Behavior) replication
- Classic PG-200 with PLUG-OUT interface for SYSTEM-8
- Full-function hardware control by USB connection
- All-new effects module
- AAX, VST, and AU compatibility
For more information, visit www.rolandcloud.com.