Sunday, April 26, 2009

Roland - JX-3P

The Roland JX-3P was Roland's first "MIDIfied" synthesizer. It's a six voice polyphonic synthesizer with 2 DCO per voice. One of the main characteristics is the lack of knobs and sliders that are substituted by membrane buttons. If you want to have real "analog feeling" you have to use the PG-200 programmer.


Text from the video :
  • Testing out some sounds and the sequencer of my newly restored jx3p

Source :

More info about Roland JX.3P :

Roland JX-3P manuals :

Roland JX-3P pictures :

Buy Roland JX-3P :


Anonymous said...

Jx3p doesn't have membrane buttons. That was jx-8p. And even then they weren't actually membrane but real buttons with a singl plastic cover over the control area. Both great synths.

Post a Comment