ISE-NIN: A Jupiter-8 Replica

US Alex Ball's overview & comparison with the original      05/05/23

The Black Corporation are back with another faithful synth remake, this time with the Jupiter 8 firmly in its sights. In the video, Alex Ball demos the new synth, alongside it's two counterparts, in keyboard and rack form. We're treated to an intro jam, a synth and drum demo, as well as a look at whats new - which includes some neat velocity and aftertouch features. 

Some info from the product page: 

ISE-NIN  features eight voices, each consisting of 100% analog voltage controlled oscillators, analog lowpass and highpass filter, noise generator, two ADSR envelopes and a VCA. 2 different presets can be layered, making richer sounds, but limiting voices amount to 4 per layer. Each layer has its own fully assignable velocity and poly-aftertouch controls and global MPE settings.

ISE-NIN features full MIDI/USB control and the ability to store 128 presets per bank across 10 banks. Sophisticated microtuning with a support of ODDSound MTS-ESP and a signature arpeggiator integrates this classic synth concept seamlessly into the future of your modern studio needs.

More info from the website: https://black-corporation.com/product/ise-nin/

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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