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Subject: FW: [AH] Jupiter 6 and MIDI

From: "Verschut, Ricardo" <ricardo.verschut@...>
Date: 2000-12-12

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From: Bradford Allen [mailto:bradforda@...]
Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 2:40 AM
To: analogue@...
Subject: Re: [AH] Jupiter 6 and MIDI

GREAT! It worked. Thank you SO much. ∗<[]:-)

As far as the Jupiter 6's sound is concerned, I love its "plasticy" sound
which some might say is colder that the Jupiter 8. I'm planning to start an
electro project so this sound is perfect. I love it's modulation
capabilities and it's VCF. It can get so whacked out! It's just fantastic
sounding as far as I'm concerned. So synthetic and futuristic sounding.

.-.-Bradford Allen
-.-.Detroit, MI

Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2000 13:37:50 +0100
To: "analogue mailing list" <analogue@...>
From: "Stefano Marino" <ste.mari@...>
Subject: Re: [AH] Jupiter 6 and MIDI
Message-ID: <003201c062a6$02cdaa60$45fa1a97@...>

there is also a little hardware trick
before to power on the synth connect the midi out to midi in
and after the synth is on it's set on midi ch.1 and omni off,
I must say that from my personal point of view Jp6 is not a so good sounding
totally an other story respect JP8,it has very thin sounding
oscillator/filter,very limited in sound
effects,I have temporarily exchanged it with a prophet 600 of a friend that
I greatly prefer,it's warmer
with a superior character and a very good unison mode too
Stefano Italy

"Bradford Allen" <bradforda@...> wrote:

>I have a Jupiter-6 that I want to use in my MIDI setup but I'm
>a little confused as to how to assign it's MIDI receive channel.
>It seems to always recieve in omni mode.