Excerpt: USE To be honest, there's no need for a manual. It's rather easy to use. Sound editing is pretty traditional. You can start either with a modeled waveform (sine, saw, square, SH, and super saw) or with sampled waveforms from classic and renowned synths, or with a hyper realistic "super acoustic"...
Excerpt: USE a) It's really hefty! It's beautiful...it's a Roland! b) Manual? What manual? It's so intuitive and user-friendly that I haven't even bothered to open it...Once you've understood how the banks are organized (which takes you five minutes), you can start enjoying!
Excerpt: The roland Jupiter 80 is a very expensive digital synth, I do not own this, a local producer has one of these and I get the chance from time to time to go to his production lab and mess with his equipment and I have even wrote songs there.
Excerpt: Le ton est donné avec la longueur de la fiche technique du Jupiter 80. L'ensemble des caractéristiques de cette machine tient sur une page web ! A titre de comparaison celle d'une workstation comme le Kronos tient sur ... une dizaine de pages !!!