Jupiter III Analog Percussion Synthesizer

Alien green sparkle case too      29/09/12

Here's an analog percussion synthesizer in pedal form.  With the rather thrilling name of Jupiter it's got to set the pulse racing a little. This is in fact the Jupiter III G Analog Percussion Synthesizer from Chamber of Sounds.


The Jupiter III has been redesigned and sounds better than ever! Not only is the alien-green-sparkle case new, the newest version of our Jupiter III, analog percussion synth, has a redesigned PCB, linear pots, a larger piezo pickup, and an LED power indicator – making it more dynamic, and much ballsier than before. It’s triggered by any audio signal you put in, or by simply tapping the box. Get yer space on earthling


• circuit: fully analog

• trigger: large internal piezo or audio input

• power: 9V battery or A/C adapter

• function: touch-sensitive percussion synth & optical theremin

• range: many, many octaves

Price: $275






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Adam Bailey    Said...

If the demo is going to use effects, I wish they would say which are being used and also give us a dry demo.

29-Sep-12 10:59 PM

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