The Roland Super JX Polyphonic Synthesizer JX-10 is a classic analog synthesizer from the 1980s. It was used by many popular musicians, including Depeche Mode, New Order, and Jean-Michel Jarre.
The JX-10 is a six-voice polyphonic synthesizer with two DCOs (digitally controlled oscillators) per voice. It features a 24-dB low-pass filter, two envelope generators, and a built-in chorus effect. It also has a built-in arpeggiator and a MIDI interface.
The JX-10 is capable of producing a wide range of sounds, from classic analog bass and lead sounds to more modern digital sounds. It is also capable of producing complex soundscapes and textures. The JX-10 is a great choice for those looking for a classic analog synthesizer with modern features.