The Roland JX-3P is a vintage analog synthesizer that emerged in the early 1980s, celebrated for its warm sound and straightforward interface. Equipped with 61 keys, the JX-3P offers musicians a versatile platform for creating a wide array of sounds. Its architecture consists of two digitally controlled oscillators (DCOs) per voice, providing stability and precision while retaining the organic warmth of analog synthesis. The synthesizer features a classic analog filter, capable of producing rich and resonant tones with adjustable cutoff and resonance parameters. Additionally, the JX-3P includes a built-in chorus effect, adding lushness and depth to its sound palette.

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EXS24, NN-XT Kontakt & SFZ
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