Arturia – Jup-8 V3 3.3.1.1782 – RePack by VR (STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3, AAX) [Win x86x64]

By | November 7, 2018

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Year of release: 2018
Version: 3.3.1.1782
Address of. Website: Arturia
Build author : by VR
Interface language: Russian, English, etc.
Treatment: not required (the installer has already been treated)
System requirements:
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: 2.5 GHz
RAM: 4 GB


Description:
The Roland Jupiter 8 is probably the least required for a special presentation. Immediately after appearing on the music market in the early 80s, he instantly gained worldwide recognition and, despite his age, is still popular.
So his appearance in the V Collection was predetermined.
The Jup-8V virtual tool looks completely real, and even the “paint”, which has his name written in a corner of the case, is slightly worn.
On the front panel there are controls with 54 synthesis parameters. The basic part of the synthesizer contains two oscillators with a set of switchable waveforms, a mixer, a single-pole highpass pass-through filter (HPF) without resonance,
resonant low-pass filter (LPF) with switchable slope (12/24 dB / oct), LFO, amplifier (VCA), two envelopes (for filter and amplifier).
Moreover, any of the two envelopes can control the filter. The set of initial wave forms of oscillators is small, but they can be synchronized and modulated, receiving many new forms.
When using frequency modulation, not only noise and bell bells are produced, but also clear “glass” sounds.
As for the “sound power”, then in the version created by the Arturia engineers, the synthesizer also received new synthesis possibilities, as a result of which it became possible to make a sound that Jupiter 8 could never produce.
These innovations are assembled into four additional modules, which are accessible on the expansion panel.

Difference from the official version:

Installer is treated with TEAM VR

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