Arturia Jupiter 8V review

Arturia Jupiter 8V review

The original Jupiter 8 was an 8 voice polyphonic analog subtractive synthesizer released by Roland in 1981 responsible many classic 80′s tracks. Arturia have had a crack at recreating this iconic synth in plugin format. I was going to playing some samples but wanted to get you a bit closer so we are going to quickly walk through the original interface and the extras goodies Arturia have added. Sorry there aren’t more audio examples but this episode was already way too long!

Disclaimer: This is no way a complete walk through, please dont get upset because I missed out X function. I know I missed out X function.

Interested to hear what you guys prefer in a review a detailed walk through like this, or more audio examples & over view approach?

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  • Andrew Waugh

    a440 button plays the note A below middle C at (440hz)

    I think it’s a reference for seeing if your synth is in tune
    (probably not needed in a VST, but I think various factors could affect the tuning of analog gear)

  • Anonymous

    Yes are bang on the mark, I am told it is a tone for tuning.
    Thanks!

  • Ben

    Dude, your video was SO helpful. I recently purchased the entire Arturia V Collection and the Jupiter is the synth I am most drawn to, yet I couldn’t find any in depth tutorials online. Your video completely filled that void, so thank you very much for taking the time to do this!
    Ben

  • RupertBrown

    Ironically I was criticised a bit for this same video, but I guess thats life on the internet. Thank you for the kind words, they are appreciated.