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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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gary price a professional user from New York writes:
The Jupiter 6 is a fine synthesizer, it is capable of a wide spectrum of sounds. Not quite as fat or smooth as its big cousin the jupiter 8. But far more reliable and versatile. It also has midi. The Jupiter 6 if still a much respected and sought after classic. And for good reason. I own two and have never tired of these fantastic synths

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-19-2005 at 19:50
MILTON a part-time user from London UK writes:
The jupiter 6 is one of the most overpriced and overatted of all analogues synths. Don't be caught up in the hype. For 100 pounds or less you can get the AWESOME KORG POLY61. It will make the jupiter 6 sound tame for bass, and leads and can produce warmer strings and nifty effects. This I am kidding? Check out one of the greatest electro tracks of ALLTIME. Hashims al Nayfisch (the SOUL) That is a Poly61 in action with a Tr808. and ask yourself could a Jupiter 6 really have made that track.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-27-2005 at 15:15
BMM from US writes:
has that intriguing curious magical sound that all the great analogs have. think "one of our submarines" by Thomas Dolby....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Dec-06-2004 at 10:52
'chant of a poor man' D writes:
12 VCO's, arp, LFO s/h, osc sync, hipass -lopass & bandpass filters, and the 'ever on top of the analogue synth world' unison mode. It is so damn good, if you haven't tried one, not even you're imagination may take you there... I actually considered selling mine,...when I come to think of it, I'd rather hang myself.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-15-2004 at 12:04
Hexfix93 a professional user from Colorado writes:
i hate the low bit rate on the sliders of the jp6, the lfo kinda suffers too. i hate the cem osc sound. even tho the fitler is cool, the osc is just canned and flat like all cems.. After using moogs, and old rolands and korgs, arps, i just hate the cem sound.. Not to mention, that because of the low resolution on the sliders, your sound creation and hitting sweet spots is difficult.

the magic in the jp8 is its descrete oscilators. that is why it is the perfect poly. up high, down low, it just hits any poly sound you want in the perfect kind of way.. want bass? thick bass? buy a mini or a sh2, sh09, or a juno 106. want the perfect poly, get the jp8, it can sound band pass like, and high pass like, plus 2 types of low pass. its great..

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Sep-14-2004 at 19:38
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