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Roland JX8P and PG800

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1985
Touch-Sensitive Polysynth and Programmer

Criticised in the past for their poor implementation of MIDI, Roland have given their new mid-price polysynth the full works. It sounds good, too, as Paul Wiffen discovers in this exclusive review.

The Innovator

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Mar 1985
Roland JX8P

Roland's JX8P poly has a number of innovatory features and sounds great. Too good to be true?

We found these other (non-review) articles that are linked to this gear:-

Patchwork

Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Nov 1986

Trish McGrath gets the lowdown on a whole stack of readers' own synth sounds, while Paul Wiffen gives an appraisal of a new library of samples for the Ensoniq Mirage.

Patchwork

Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Mar 1987

Another collection of readers' synth patches. If you've got a sound you're particularly proud of, why not begin your career as a programmer in MT? More on page 82.

Program Notes

Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Making Music, Jul 1986

New noises to try for your DX7, Juno 106, JX8P, and CZ101 synths. Get twiddling.

Sense & Sensitivity - The JX-8P

Feature | Topic: Advertisement Feature | International Musician, Feb 1985

Sound And Fury

Feature | Topic: Advertisement Feature | International Musician, Nov 1985
The story of one man and his synthesizer

The Numan face of synthesis

 

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