Roland Boutique 103
JP-08 Explained and Explored
Genre: Audio
  • 17 Videos
  • 1h 17m
The Roland Jupiter-8 was a legendary synth. Roland reinvented it with the release of the Boutique Series JP-08! So patch up with synthesis expert Rishabh Rajan as he explains and explores every knob and slider on this new, iconic instrument!
Rishabh Rajan is an award winning composer, producer, songwriter, synthesist, sound designer and Logic Pro expert currently living and teaching in New York...
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Overview
Status: Available | Released: Dec 19th, 2016
We’re excited to bring you this course in our continuing exploration of the Roland Boutique Series. The original Jupiter-8 blew the music world away when it was released in 1981. It was everywhere, on tons of tracks, crossing over multiple music genres. Now, with the release of the JP-08, Roland has again unleashed this classic synth on a whole new generation of music producers and performers.

In this course, by outstanding synth instructor Rishabh Rajan, you learn much more than just the JP-08. That’s because Rishabh dives deep into the history of the classic Jupiter-8 and shows you how this Boutique version re-captures the past and takes you into the future of synthesis at the same time! There's also a section on sound design that is specific to getting that classic, analog sound! This is your new JP-08 manual, filled with facts and without the manufacturer's hype!

So learn all more about analog synthesis and the Roland JP-08 in this info-packed, 17-tutorial course!
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