Re: [LAU] My JX-8P is dead, any SW based synth that can handle the heritage? :-(

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Date: Sunday, March 11, 2012 - 12:27 pm

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On Sunday 11 March 2012 12.38.10 Ralf Mardorf wrote:
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I changed the battery (and the battery holder). This and serving the
mechanical aftertouch system are usually the first thing I do on those
keyboards.

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No, I delivered it as electro trash at the recycle station.

I was decided to move on and more or less forget about getting exactly
this sounds for the future, but I turned around 180 degrees and changed
my mind after listening to this:

http://wvmusic.bandcamp.com/track/spacestations

The synth you hear here is a Roland Juno 6 analog synthesizer (in
production in 1982!). I mean.. listen to how a six voice very simple
polyphonic synth can produce that warm thick sounds and still fit so
perfect in a 2012 mix! It's fantastic and I still don't stop to be
amazed!

Thanks for your comments, I really enjoy this thread.

Jostein

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