Compatible with: JV-1010, JV-1080, JV-2080, XP-30, XP-50, XP-60, XP-80, XV-88, XV-2020, XV-3080, XV-5050, XV-5080.
Before i start: If you’re looking for pianos, rhodes, clavis, saxophones, brass, harmonicas or a lucky man preset, you’re not going to find them in this set, that’s for sure.
Ok! Here it is folks!! After so many requests the set is out. 128 patches total, and best of all, no expansion cards are necessary for this soundset! So how does it sound? In short it’s a mixture of some analog style, classic digital and atmospheric patches. The demo itself took me 3 weeks, so i hope you check every bit of it. There are 97 patches in it which is why it takes so much time! If you still have any questions feel free to ask but i believe the patches will speak for themselves. Believe or not, but the fastest way to see everything in the demo is to pick a day and dedicate 40 minutes for the whole thing. Because if you plan to constantly jump over the Youtube progress bar trying to grab as much as possible in least amount of time, you will miss a lot of cool patches and in the end it might even take you longer than what the actual demo lasts! So, calm down, sit back, relax and enjoy the demo from start to finish! I recommend watching it in full screen:
When programming this soundset I’ve tried to cover as much areas as i could. These should be enough for everyone, minus what i’ve mentioned in the intro of this page. :o) To give you an idea of the content i’m also providing a patch list. Some of the names are abstract, but many are on the point i.e. D-50 Fanta is obviously a reference and emulation of a D-50 patch, and so on. When emulating i go beyond selecting “the right waveform”, but more concentrate on the frequency spectra and performance of the original machine then try to replicate that in the patch. Same can be noticed with couple of hybrid emulations i did in this soundset such as Prophet VS, Kawai and Ensoniq patches. I have privilege to own original machines which makes things easier to clone on a 1080 (well, at least that much how its engine allows me to).
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