Roland JD-800 Programmable Synthesizer


The Roland JD-800 Programmable Synthesizer is a digital synthesizer released by Roland in 1991. It is a powerful and versatile instrument that is capable of producing a wide range of sounds. It has been used by many artists, including Nine Inch Nails, The Prodigy, and The Chemical Brothers.

The JD-800 is a digital synthesizer that uses a combination of digital oscillators, filters, and envelopes to create its sounds. It has a wide range of parameters that can be adjusted to create unique sounds. It also has a built-in arpeggiator and a variety of effects, including chorus, delay, and reverb.

The JD-800 has a number of features that make it a great choice for both live and studio use. It has a large LCD display that makes it easy to navigate the various parameters and settings. It also has a built-in sequencer that allows users to create complex patterns and sequences. Additionally, it has a number of inputs and outputs, allowing it to be connected to other instruments and sound sources.

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