HAWKWIND'S ROLAND JX3P


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Roland JX-3P Specifications

 

  • Type: Synth/ keyboard/ Synthesis Type: Analog hybrid

    Polyphony: Max: 6 Typical in use: 6

  • Multi-timbral (number of parts): 16

    Oscillators per Voice : Min : 2 Max : 2

  • Controllers : foot pedal

    Effects : Number of FX units : 1 Number of different effects : 1

    Drum Section : Number of Drum Kits : 0 Number of Drum sounds : 0

    Keyboard : Number of Keys : 61

    Can send on simultaneous MIDI channels

    Memory : Patches : 32 Performances : 0
     

    Inputs and Outputs :

    Number of Audio Outs (excluding Phones) : 2

    Number of Audio Ins : 0

    Number of MIDI Outs (excluding Thru) : 1

    Number of MIDI Ins : 1

 

Roland JX-3P emerged in 1983 as the first MIDI-capable synth produced by Roland. Its architecture is more advanced than the Juno series synths produced around the same time. Both machines use the same interval-timer DCO technology and use the Roland IR3109 lowpass filter. It is a polyphonic, 61 key synthesizer with sawtooth, 50 and 10% pulse waveforms, and a noise generator. It performs as a nice inexpensive vintage synth that produces some great sounds, especially strings and brass. It has 32 factory programs and user memory for 32 programs, and a 128-step, six-part built-in sequencer that can be triggered by sync voltage from external devices such as the Roland TR-707 drum machine. Instead of analog sliders and knobs, the JX-3P used a series of buttons and a single data slider for selecting parameters.

The model for sale is 1984, and we're looking for offers in the region of 300

 

Please note - No postage, buyer collects

 

 

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