Roland Jupiter Sounds

Puremagnetik Releases Juniper Part Two library for Ableton Live, Kontakt & Logic      04/07/12

Roland Jupiter Sounds

Puremagnetik tells us that Juniper Part Two is a collection of expertly crafted instruments based on Roland's legendary Jupiter 6, 8 and MKS analog synthesizers. They say that it adds over 700 high quality multi-samples to your sound library and was designed to complement Juniper Part One, although it can easily be used standalone as well.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "Acclaimed for their huge polyphonic sound, pristine filters and oscillators, the Jupiter series can now be experienced right from your desktop. Puremagnetik's Juniper has been sampled using the Jupiter's voicing structure and dynamic filter responses to create a playable, multisampled collection of instruments."
Puremagnetik says that this pack contains an expertly programmed selection of multisample instruments and over 700 high quality 24 bit recordings. Juniper Part Two also includes a selection of thickly layered multis and splits as found in the original models. Juniper Part Two is available in Ableton Live, Kontakt, Logic and EXS Universal formats.
Juniper Part Two Features
  • A library of multisampled programs, each with expressive velocity layering
  • Over 700 high quality 24 bit samples
  • Advanced Ableton Live Macro Controls
  • Completely integrated KSP user interface for Kontakt
  • EXS Universal file format for easy importing into any audio host
System Requirements:
  • Requires Ableton Live 8.2.2, Kontakt 4.2. Logic 8 or Renoise 2.7
  • 250 MB of physical RAM
  • 600 Megabytes (MB) of free hard disk space
Pricing and Availability:
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