iPad Editing For Roland JV-880 & JV-80

JV-880 and JV-80 are now supported in the Patch Base app      04/12/18

iPad Editing For Roland JV-880 & JV-80


Patch Base 3.2 has added 2 new editor/librarians for the Roland JV-880 and JV-80, the synths that were the beginning of the family tree that led to the JV-1080 and eventually the powerful XV-5080.

These new editors give you quick access to the 4 Tone layers of each voice, plus the Chorus and Reverb sections, with copy/paste and randomize features as usual. The Rhythm editor allows the construction of 61-part drum kits, each with their own Pitch and Filter envelopes. And in the Performance section, you can set up your 7-part voice performance, plus a Rhythm section. And of course, each of the banks (Voice, Rhythm, and Performance) can be backed up, swapped out, and rearranged in the app, as well.

Pricing and Availability:
Patch Base is free. Editors are in-app purchases. See app store

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