JX-8P Sounds For Ableton, Kontakt And Logic

US Puremagnetik releases Jax, a 700MB library of Roland JX-8P Patches      11/02/16

JX-8P Sounds For Ableton, Kontakt And Logic


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Puremagnetik has released Jax : A sound pack recorded from the Roland JX-8P synthesizer.

A spokesperson told us, "Jax comes packed with a collection of epic sounds that defined an era in synthesis and pop music alike. Jax brings one of the coolest 80s instruments right to your desktop with a library programmed exclusively from a vintage Roland JX-8P. Used by Depeche Mode, Europe, The Cure and more, the Roland JX-8P DCO (Digitally Controlled Oscillator) synthesizer defined a milestone era in pop music history. Now, Puremagnetik has condensed these sounds into an easy to use collection of programs for Ableton Live, Kontakt and Logic."

This Pack features:

  • Over 470 (700MB) high quality, expertly recorded samples
  • An assortment of classic synth, bass, pad and lead sounds
  • Ableton Live macro programmings for Push-ready production
  • Kontakt KSP custom programmed, easy edit interface
  • Ready to use Channel Strips for Logic X browser integration



System Requirements

  • Requires Ableton Live 9.2 and higher, Logic X and higher or Kontakt 5 and higher
  • 800 Megabytes (MB) of free hard disk space



Pricing and Availability:
$15

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