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Deep Jupiter

Deep Jupiter
Deep Jupiter
Deep Jupiter by SampleScience is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and Soundware (samples or presets that load into other products) for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
Product
Version
1.1
System Requirements
Windows 8.1/10/11
Product
Version
1.1
System Requirements
macOS El Capitan and up
Compatible with M1 chips
Instrument
Formats
Soundware
For
Soundware
Formats
NKI
Copy Protection
None
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Deep Jupiter is an analog bass sound module featuring the sound of a famous 80s synthesizer with the name Jupiter in it. The plugin has 8 multi-sampled raw bass suite for electronic genres like synthwave, chillwave, retrowave, and synthpop. The sounds in this module are public domain (not the plugin itself which is copyrighted).

Features:

  • 8 multi-sampled analog bass.
  • Multi-LFO.
  • Lowpass/highpass filter.
  • Low-CPU usage.
  • Amplitude range controls.
  • 3 voice modes: polyphonic, monophonic, and legato.
  • Public domain sounds.

Requirements:

  • Windows 8.1/10 or macOS El Capitan to Mojave (not compatible with Catalina and up).
  • 185 MB of HD space.
  • 2GHz Quad-core CPU or better with 4 GB of RAM or more.
  • 64-bit VSTi/AUi Host.

Requirements for the Kontakt version:

  • The latest version of Kontakt 5 or Kontakt 6 and up.

  • It must be the full version, it won't work in the free Kontakt Player.

  • 175 MB of HD space.

Made with Maize Sampler

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