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Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1986
Roland JX10 Polysynth
Put two JX8P synths in one box, add a few new facilities, and you have a giant of a synthesiser that harks back to the polyphonic instruments of old. Simon Trask (again) tests a glorious anachronism.
Review | International Musician, Jun 1986
An analogue synth with a hefty price tag has to have a pretty good excuse these days. Jim Betteridge believes this one has
Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1986
For some time now Roland's synthesizer range has been lacking a flagship model worthy of the Jupiter 8's reputation. Mark Jenkins believes they finally have one in the form of their very latest 12-voice JX-10 Super JX polysynth. Read why...
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Feature | Music Technology, Jun 1992
The final disc in the Zero-G Datafile series joins Coldcut's Kleptomania in the growing library of sample CDs - Tim Goodyer checks them out, while Andy Neve loads The Sound Foundation's programming efforts into his Roland MKS70 in this month's Patchwork.
News | Topic: Advertisement Feature | International Musician, Jun 1986
A new Super-synth, Samples, and more