We’ve just released another in a series of new videos that demo our sounds for vintage synthesizers. This one features the Classic Roland MKS80 – also known as The Super Jupiter.

All synth sounds are from our vintage Roland Super Jupiter. The drums are from our Korg Kronos, which we also used to trigger the MKS80. They make a killer combo!

The Roland MKS-80 Super Jupiter is one of Roland’s true classic synthesizers. It’s often called a Jupiter 8 in a rack, although its voice card design is actually closer to the Jupiter 6. Its fat sound is due to the classic analog technology in its filters and 16 analog oscillators at 2 per voice.

The MKS-80 voices feature a typical analog set up: two oscillators, noise generator, resonant low pass and high pass filter, LFO and chorus. The oscillators feature cross modulation in addition to several waveforms and pulse width modulation. The MKS80 can hold sixty-four patches in it’s memory, which can be layered or split.

Our MKS80 collection includes 192 new programs in Sysex or Midi File formats. Three banks of 64 patches. Get your new sounds today via our fast email delivery. More info and online ordering at:


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