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Roland JX-10 Strings
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jonkull



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 28, 2007 6:09 pm    Post subject: Roland JX-10 Strings
Subject description: A two part question...Keep in mind I'm a crap programmer...
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So before I drop $600 on a Roland JX-10 I figured I'd ask if anyone out there knows how close the G2 can get to it's string sounds.

See: http://www.synthmania.com/Audio%20Files/Synthesizers/Roland/MKS-70/Factory%20presets/A7%20Low%20String%20Pad.mp3

and:

http://www.synthmania.com/Audio%20Files/Synthesizers/Roland/MKS-70/Factory%20presets/D7%20Reverb%20Strings.mp3

and:

http://www.synthmania.com/Audio%20Files/Synthesizers/Roland/MKS-70/Factory%20presets/E7%20Cello%20Orchestra.mp3

The second part of my question is... Does anyone know where I can get info on the JX-10's signal path and mod routings or even better some patch sheets for it's factory presets. Most of what I've found so far via google have been old/dead links. I'm not a very solid programmer and trying to do this by ear hasn't quite worked out.

Thanks.
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ian-s



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 28, 2007 8:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

The JX10 is like a dual JX8P. Uses the same programmer module. The synth is very basic, two DCO, VC LPF and HPF. It does not even have PWM so if it does good strings, then it is probably due to the chorus and stacking voices.
I read that the JX10 has a very poor MIDI implementation.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2007 5:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

g2ian wrote:
The JX10 is like a dual JX8P. Uses the same programmer module. The synth is very basic, two DCO, VC LPF and HPF. It does not even have PWM so if it does good strings, then it is probably due to the chorus and stacking voices.
I read that the JX10 has a very poor MIDI implementation.


Well I found a screenshot of some JX-8p editing software so now I know it also has a single LFO, 2 envelopes, saw, square, pulse and noise waveforms, cross modulation and osc sync and what the mod routings are.

I see that there have been some JX patches for the G2 posted here already but I want to attempt to make this one before I download those for comparison. I'll post it when it's done. Well..if it sounds good...
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