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CharlyLN
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97 posts since 17 Jan, 2017

Postby CharlyLN; Wed Oct 11, 2017 5:15 am Re: Best Roland JP 8000 / 8080 VST Alternative

You must see the Roland JP8000 in Summary. Not only the OSC´!The filter and that ,,strange´´ ADSR make him so unique. With a couple of Plugins it should be still possible to create close sounds to the JP for the mix. Side by side is allways pain.
yul
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841 posts since 26 Sep, 2002, from Montreal, CANADA

Postby yul; Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:05 pm Re: Best Roland JP 8000 / 8080 VST Alternative

I hate to say this but v-station might get you unbelievably close to the overall tone (but does not have the feedback osc but a 3rd osc instead)

JP is not a HQ synth but rather old tech...still sounds quite good.
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Ingonator
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11956 posts since 21 Mar, 2008, from Hannover, Germany

Postby Ingonator; Sat Jan 06, 2018 6:53 am Re: Best Roland JP 8000 / 8080 VST Alternative

yul wrote:I hate to say this but v-station might get you unbelievably close to the overall tone (but does not have the feedback osc but a 3rd osc instead)


Not exactly the Novation V-Station (that i got too here) but currently i wanted to create some typical Supersaw/Hypersaw sounds and decided to use my Novation UltraNova for this (while i also got several different plugins for such kind of sounds including Diva that i alraedy mentioend here).
UltraNova has the 2 "Density" parameters in all 3 Oscs that work like a Supersaw/Hypersaw but for ALL waveforms of the synth and independent for all 3 Oscs and als independent from the global Unison that is included too. One of those parameters adjusts the amount of detuned waveforms and the other one the detune amount (comparable to the corresponding parameters in the Supersaw).

With a signal analyzer i found that with the UltraNova density feature you could get 5 detuned Saws (or other waveforms) per Osc so you get up to 15 with all 3 Oscs used and even more with the global Unison added (which has up to 4 voices).

With 3 Oscs and the Density feature used in all 3 i was able to get some seriously fat sounds that i really like. The 12dB LPF i nUltraNova also seem to be abe to sound bright enough to not "destroy" that kind of sounds by sounding to dark like several othr synths. With the dual filter you coudl also ad an additional HPF to the LPF (in series).

FWIW i had already used that feature for several sounds (including typical digital ones) but rarely for classic Supersaw stuff. So far i did rarely use this with the maximum amount of detuned waveforms and a big amount of detuning.
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generaldiomedes
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502 posts since 14 Apr, 2017, from Canada

Postby generaldiomedes; Sat Jan 06, 2018 3:04 pm Re: Best Roland JP 8000 / 8080 VST Alternative

Gotta love these advice threads where the OP is never heard from again.
Halonmusic
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1517 posts since 13 Nov, 2015, from Norway

Postby Halonmusic; Sat Jan 06, 2018 5:04 pm Re: Best Roland JP 8000 / 8080 VST Alternative

generaldiomedes wrote:Gotta love these advice threads where the OP is never heard from again.


:lol:
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layzer
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5424 posts since 11 Jun, 2006

Postby layzer; Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:02 am Re: Best Roland JP 8000 / 8080 VST Alternative

HW SYNTHS [KORG T2EX - AKAI AX80 - YAMAHA SY77 - ENSONIQ VFX]
HW MODULES [OBi M1000 - ROLAND MKS-50 - ROLAND JV880 - KURZ 1000PX]
SW [CHARLATAN - OBXD - OXE - ELEKTRO - MICROTERA - M1 - SURGE - RMiV]
DAW [ENERGY XT2/1U RACK WINXP / MAUDIO 1010LT PCI]
lvntains
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6 posts since 21 Sep, 2017

Postby lvntains; Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:21 am Re: Best Roland JP 8000 / 8080 VST Alternative

generaldiomedes wrote:Gotta love these advice threads where the OP is never heard from again.


I was very busy in the last months. At least the thread was "dead" in october 17, didn't thought of any reviving posts.



Anyway thanks for all your advices, I've found everything I was searching for ;)
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