Jup-8 V is a powerful addition to the family of analog synthesizer recreations by Arturia. Offering the unique sound palette of the Roland Jupiter 8, this virtual version is a sound designer’s dream.
This was the flagship synth that put the Japanese manufacturers on the map as serious competitors the early ’80’s. With its colorful user interface and great sound, the Jup 8 scored a hit among musicians the world over.
Crystal clear fatness
The original instrument was known for its lush pads and haunting leads, its ability to split and layer sounds and its flexible arpeggiator. Jup-8 V not only provides these original features, it created an original sound that is respected to this day.
From its gorgeous basses to floating pads and lush strings; our Jup-8V has a sound as big as the planet Jupiter.
Out of this world innovation
While the original was amazing we wanted it to be mind blowing.
We added the ability to patch effects into the voice path further expanding the sound pallet and then added a full function step sequencer and a bold new modulator called the ‘Galaxy’. These new innovations take this product beyond Jupiter and back.
More than 500 high-quality, innovative presets
Up to 32 voices of polyphony
The same unique audio structure as the original synth: 2 oscillators per voice, 2 LFOs, 2 filters and 2 envelopes
Unison mode up to 4 voices
Two simultaneous voice-level effects (serial): Chorus/Flanger, Phaser, Distortion, Parametric EQ and Ring Mod with flexible routing options
Two simultaneous Patch-level stereo effects (serial): Chorus/Flanger, Dual Delay, Phaser and Reverb
Galaxy: an innovative module for advanced LFO modulation capabilities
Keyboard split and layer
Configure external MIDI control quickly and easily
Playlist edition improvements
Playlist preset naming improvements
Favorite presets management improvements
Preset naming improvements
Preset search improvements
Playlists now visible after recalling a project
No more crash when browsing presets
No more crashes when naming preset
Favorite presets now properly sorted when shuffle is enabled
Links to FAQ now available
Playlists are now visible after uninstalling/reinstalling an instrument
(Win64; AAX, VST3, VST, SAL)