Roland JV-2080 64 Voice Synthesizer Module


The Roland JV-2080 64 Voice Synthesizer Module is a professional-grade synthesizer module that was released in 1997. It is a rack-mountable device that is capable of producing a wide range of sounds, from realistic acoustic instruments to complex electronic sounds. It has been used by many professional musicians, producers, and sound designers, including the likes of Nine Inch Nails, The Prodigy, and Aphex Twin.

The JV-2080 works by combining multiple synthesis techniques, including subtractive synthesis, frequency modulation, and wavetable synthesis. It has 64-voice polyphony, meaning it can play up to 64 notes simultaneously. It also has a wide range of effects, including reverb, chorus, delay, and distortion. Additionally, it has a built-in sequencer and arpeggiator, allowing users to create complex patterns and sequences. Finally, it has a variety of inputs and outputs, allowing it to be connected to other devices and used in a variety of ways.

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