The Roland JX-10 Super JX was a 12-voice analog synthesizer keyboard produced from 1986 to 1989, along with a rack-mounted version, the . It was the last true analog synthesizer made by Roland and has been critically acclaimed as one of their classic analog instruments. The design is essentially two Roland JX-8P synthesizers put together, with a 76-note velocity-sensitive keyboard with aftertouch. It also includes features not found on the JX-8P, including a simple 1-track sketchbook sequencer and a delay effect (which works like a "MIDI delay" by delaying one tone rather than acting as a true DSP delay effect). However, the JX-10 is not exactly the same as "two JX-8P's" because the chorus is not identical to the JX-8P (hence the chorus sounds different between the JX-8P and the JX-10with

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  • Le Roland JX-10, également dénommé Super JX, est un synthétiseur analogique polyphonique commercialisé par le constructeur Roland entre 1986 et 1989. Il sera le dernier analogique de la firme avant l'ère des synthétiseurs numériques tels le D-50. La version rack est le MKS-70. Il correspond en fait à un double JX-8P, sorti en 1984. (fr)
  • De Roland JX-10, ook bekend als de Super JX is een polyfone synthesizer, uitgebracht door Roland in 1986. (nl)
  • The Roland JX-10 Super JX was a 12-voice analog synthesizer keyboard produced from 1986 to 1989, along with a rack-mounted version, the . It was the last true analog synthesizer made by Roland and has been critically acclaimed as one of their classic analog instruments. The design is essentially two Roland JX-8P synthesizers put together, with a 76-note velocity-sensitive keyboard with aftertouch. It also includes features not found on the JX-8P, including a simple 1-track sketchbook sequencer and a delay effect (which works like a "MIDI delay" by delaying one tone rather than acting as a true DSP delay effect). However, the JX-10 is not exactly the same as "two JX-8P's" because the chorus is not identical to the JX-8P (hence the chorus sounds different between the JX-8P and the JX-10with single patches). The JX-10 also has a slightly different amplifier section as well as different electronic components which further distinguish its sound from its predecessor, the JX-8P. (en)
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  • MIDI for playing notes/PG-800 programmer for sound editing
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  • non-resonant high-pass filter with only settings off, 1, 2, 3 and no modulation
  • Resonant low-pass 24db/octave filter capable of selfoscillation; can be modulated by LFO, ADSR, velocity and aftertouch
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  • 2750.0
  • JP¥298,000
  • UK£1,800
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  • Yes
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  • Roland Super JX
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  • Le Roland JX-10, également dénommé Super JX, est un synthétiseur analogique polyphonique commercialisé par le constructeur Roland entre 1986 et 1989. Il sera le dernier analogique de la firme avant l'ère des synthétiseurs numériques tels le D-50. La version rack est le MKS-70. Il correspond en fait à un double JX-8P, sorti en 1984. (fr)
  • De Roland JX-10, ook bekend als de Super JX is een polyfone synthesizer, uitgebracht door Roland in 1986. (nl)
  • The Roland JX-10 Super JX was a 12-voice analog synthesizer keyboard produced from 1986 to 1989, along with a rack-mounted version, the . It was the last true analog synthesizer made by Roland and has been critically acclaimed as one of their classic analog instruments. The design is essentially two Roland JX-8P synthesizers put together, with a 76-note velocity-sensitive keyboard with aftertouch. It also includes features not found on the JX-8P, including a simple 1-track sketchbook sequencer and a delay effect (which works like a "MIDI delay" by delaying one tone rather than acting as a true DSP delay effect). However, the JX-10 is not exactly the same as "two JX-8P's" because the chorus is not identical to the JX-8P (hence the chorus sounds different between the JX-8P and the JX-10with (en)
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  • Roland JX-10 (en)
  • Roland JX-10 (fr)
  • Roland JX-10 (nl)
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