JP-80

Jupiter remixed

(65 Votes)
1.8.7 (Updated 2 months ago)
2.8MB
August 17, 2018
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

A mash-up of a legendary synth series of the 80's with some new additions.

THANKS FOR ALL THE VOTES!

v1.0.1
- fixed the hold switch (worked inverted)
- fixed the snap value of the switches to make the snapshot randomize function work correctly

v1.1.0
- changed the amp design (set the snapshot volume at the VCA, the Master Volume isn't stored with snaps anymore - this allows to reduce the amount of distortion inside the vca and have a nice output gain of the synth as well but be careful with the master volume to prevent clipping)
- added some more classic sounds

v1.2.2
final cosmetics
some last improvements in sound and gui, now i'm happy with this baby

v1.3.0
- fixed chord memory (recorder didn't work for polyphonic input)
- fixed some broken display values
- some small cpu improvments

v1.5.0
- changed osc design for better quality
- x-mod is now unipolar
- some small improvments in sound characteristics
NOTE: this update has some major changes that may impact sounds made with previous versions

v1.5.2
Noise was broken, sorry for that

v1.6.0
- some minor cpu improvements (thanks to NI for letting me use their tanh approximation)
- fixed the last note priority bug for the mono and 8-voice unison mode
- fixed the LFO connection for the PWM (it's now always the triangle without the delay)

v1.7.8
- some gui fixes
- some changes for the MIDI-Input (using the internal routing now works as usually)
- improved Voice-Allocation (It now reassigns notes that are already used to the same voice)
- improved Chord-Mode (now it transpose the sound around the chords root key)

v1.8.7
- fixed the Arp offset it had after the MIDI-Input update
- fixed the 4-Voice Unison bug
- fixed LFO-2 VCO modulation which was accidentally connected to the Bender target selector
- after further cpu improvements i have added oversampling to the filter
- added instrument tuning
- some gui fixes/changes (fader scales, color change is now by clicking the JP-80 logo, some day i will add a larger interface to the b-view

COMMENTS  (57)

P.A.Lo
2 months ago
I really like it. Perhaps, even not being a declared emulation, to my ears sounds more pleasant than the Arturia and Roland Cloud emulations, overall it sounds very good. I would only point out the fact that it's very heavy on CPU ( I'm using a Mac Pro 3Ghz 8-Core with 32gb ram and sometimes it really struggles to handle this synth even in not so complicated projects). And a nice addition could be a faster rate on LFO-1, like the one found in the Roland Jupiter 6. Anyway applause to the creator, thank you!
Mark Bonnington
2 months ago
I really like this.
Joshua Rousseau
3 months ago
I think I found a bug with this thing. When you switch the arpeggiator on, it transposes the keyboard down one note. I found a work around by tuning both oscillators back up a note, but it is an annoying problem.
Trial'N'Error  
4 months ago
oh ok? :D I think there's enough room for everything or do you want to stick at R3 level?
Trial'N'Error  
4 months ago
@Claude S. It never claimed to be an emulation. It's more about the intuitive interface. My main goal was to make a synth that's very hands-on and fun to play live. Of course it has some nostalgic flavour in it's sound but it differs to what the a real jupiter sounds like, eg the filter sounds completly different. I don't want to destroy the gui with new options or even overload it as it should be a easy-to-use one and i think it already has enough options for many interesting sounds. If you're looking for more stereo depth add some fx like a chorus or a autopanner. You also might check my Sirius-8 out which has the option you're looking for. It might get a complete core rework as well, it's just a matter of time. So if you're requesting features for this please go and post them there and it will be highly probable that i add them to the rework. so long hope you'll have fun with it anyway
Pippo Panenero
5 months ago
Marvelous! Thanks a lot!!!
Ryan Dean
5 months ago
Great and inspiring synth.. happy to see it's actively being worked on. I run it at Max Res..
Daniel Zalazar
5 months ago
Thanks a lot!
Claude S.
5 months ago
The idea of "emulation" should go out the window here. If I may... You should make this a stereo synth, and add a panner with modulation options... Forget the emulation and go for new. My 2 Cents.
RO-MIX
5 months ago
Gorgeous.
Trial'N'Error  
5 months ago
Tkanks, EvilDragon but it should already work with last note priority but there is a little bug in the structure which i've already fixed. Just working on some details so the next update should be a solid final one.
EvilDragon
5 months ago
The mono mode behavior can definitely be remedied but you need to do your own voice handling. Trial'N'Error - do check Carbon 2 ensemble and its Legato gate mode (on Global tab). This is the exact behavior that waltindead wants to have here :)
Anthony Lee
6 months ago
Wow! didn't expect such a great sound - thank you
Daniel Hogan
6 months ago
Good strong sound. Thanks.
Claude S.
6 months ago
This is a beast. But could it not be stereo?
Trial'N'Error  
6 months ago
That's just the normal behaviour of Reaktor's voice priority. Unfortunately there is no option for this just workarounds.
waltindead
6 months ago
There's something weird going on with mono mode + legato? an example, with init patch, put in mono mode, and play the sequence: F (keep it holding), E and unpress E - the F doesn't sound again, you get only the sound of F - E.
Trial'N'Error  
7 months ago
Well, basically you can run it at any rate you want but this synth, especially the filter has some nonlinearities that may cause some aliasing. That's why i recommend to run it with 88.2/96 kHz. I'm currently working on further cpu optimizations, may be i'm able to add oversampling for the filter later on as well.
waltindead
7 months ago
In 1.5.2 the samplerate is 44.1k, in the previous versions it has 88.k. Is this a mistake or now it's ok to work in 44.1k?
Flori K
7 months ago
This is so cool. Thank you!
Trial'N'Error  
7 months ago
You can use the chord mem and the arp for other synths too, that's why. You can disable the midi out in the instrument properties if you don't need it.
gentleclockdivider .
7 months ago
In standalone mode that is
gentleclockdivider .
7 months ago
Are you aware that the ensemble sends out midi out data , becaue of the note/gate module ? I was really scratching my head why my nord modular was triggered .
Trial'N'Error  
7 months ago
Had a look at the structure and it looks quite inefficient. I guess that the dc offset i there by accident and it actually should be a unipolar signal.
gentleclockdivider .
7 months ago
On the chro jup version , the carrier's pitch increases ( again mod is square ) even when mod square is in negative phase BUt it only increases a few semitones ( mod = neg phase ) , when mod square is in pos. phase , the carrier increases a couple of octaves So yeah , it isn't exact either
gentleclockdivider .
7 months ago
@ trial n error I can only compare with the roland cloud versions as I don't have real jup 8 :) On the cloud version when modulating with a square at full crosmodd , the carrier highest tone ( positive cycle of square mod. osc ) increases with a couple of octaves , can't tell excactly must be in the range of 6 octaves The negative phase only drops the carrier with a few semitones .
Trial'N'Error  
7 months ago
@gentleclockdivider i've already thought about increasing the xmod range from 8 to 10 octaves but dropped it to let users use sounds they made with previous versions. Inverting the saw is not a big deal but it just makes only a differents if you set vco2 to lfo mode. It doesn't matter in audio range. I had a quick look at the ChroJupiter but i'm kinda confused. It seems to have a huge dc offset in the xmod path. If i modulate with a slow pulse wave i would expect to get two different tones, one lower and one higher than the carriers base frequency but both tones are higher than it. It doesn't sound very musical at all to me too. Will have a look at the structure later on to check whats going on there. Are you sure that this is the way the jupiter 6/8 works? Can anyone confirm this strange behaviour?
Claude S.
7 months ago
This is very good. A permanent part of my collection now. :)
Michael Morris
8 months ago
lovely sound.
gentleclockdivider .
8 months ago
And the saw waves should be upward rising , also crucial for the crossmod Have a look at jasper broeks jup 8 in the user library , it's almost identical to the roland cloud version
gentleclockdivider .
8 months ago
Here's the example for the roland cloud jup 8 crossmod Both osc are set to 8 feet Osc 1 is crossmodulated by osc 2 , osc 2 output is muted Gradually increasing crossmod amount https://app.box.com/s/py0rd2ugnoxq56ajaxwnahtmdzmwthou
gentleclockdivider .
8 months ago
The crossmodulation amount needs to be much higher Comparing with the roland jp *
gentleclockdivider .
8 months ago
this one , together wih the jup 8 created by Jasper Broeks Both great instruments
Julien Guillot
8 months ago
Wow this thing does sound incredibly good ! Well done sir and thank you !
Willie Lewis
8 months ago
Still at the top of my list, and even better now. Thank you!
Jonathan Tremblay
8 months ago
If you wanna include my patches, be my guest ^_^ I'm diggin the fixed chord memory :D
Thomas Alenfors
8 months ago
oooooooohhhhhhhhhh! love it!
Marc Raum
9 months ago
this is unbelievable... such a great synth.. thanks a lot. so creative with this one. love it !!!
dom
1 year ago
love it
Tao Ndanga
1 year ago
Thanks for making this
Trial'N'Error  
1 year ago
The controls are made with knobman. Btw there is a blue version on the b-view.
Randy Doyle
1 year ago
Awesome work. Love the interface. Great!
Markus Kaarlonen
1 year ago
Yeah, I did some spying on the inner workings, and saw there’s a lot of custom core stuff going on. Props for that! About the sound and interface, I love the feeling of ”going back to the basics”, and then suddenly realizing how good those ”basics” can actually be. This synth does exactly that! :)
Willie Lewis
1 year ago
Thank you Trial N'Error!
Joeri Van Hove
1 year ago
Proper!
Chord Shore
1 year ago
Eyes popped out of my skull when I saw this. Sound is gorgeous... BUT THE USER INTERFACE... did you make it yourself??? I just love a good UI.
Jesper Jakobsen
1 year ago
This is just awesome, keep up the good work. :)
Trial'N'Error  
1 year ago
Thx everyone for your nice comments! @Markus: It's in fact a basic synth but that's what all the magic is about. It's very hands-on and everyone who knows the basics of a subtractive synth is able to make own sounds on the fly. I've build this completely in core using a zdf filter as well what might use some cpu but really makes this thing shine in terms of sound quality. @Willie: unfortunately you don't get notifications when someone comments your uploads. I've already made something very similar but i think i can make this a step further. Will definitely work on this because i love sequencers and very dislike painting in piano-rolls.
Willie Lewis
1 year ago
Your ensembles are terrific, this one is a standout. Not sure if you saw my comments on your Sirius 8, but would love to have an ens or block that has your step sequencer function from the ASSIGN section of Sirius.
Markus Kaarlonen
1 year ago
Don't know what it is exactly about this synth, on paper it's pretty basic (nothing wrong with that, of course), but the sounds immediately got me hooked. And even without any reverb or delay. Still hard to believe Reaktor users get to enjoy gems like this. Great work, need to get back to it right now!
Claude S.
1 year ago
Beautifully done
Adam Fothergill
1 year ago
Got some great sounds coming out of this, top stuff!
Lewi Glenis
1 year ago
Excellent feel of nostalgia thanks!
S Bateman
1 year ago
What a lovely synth, thanks!
Trial'N'Error  
1 year ago
Thx guys, glad you like it.
lee shelley
1 year ago
Dude!! This is awesome.
APH
1 year ago
Nicely done!
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