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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Bangas a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
As far as the best music I've heard in the dance scene, the JP8000 is filth. In Brisbane I have heard such rave artists, including Bexta and Stormboy, take raver's minds to the world of trance and ecstacy. Just recently I went along to a full-production event, Elements "Water"- featuring John Digweed, and I must say Bexta was superb! Playing for exactly one hour to the second, Bexta's programming and analog talent exclaims the JP8000's worthiness as a crucial piece of hardware at the crux of dance music creation. Let it be known though, as Stormboy plays to a pumpin main room Roxy (formerly known as the Site), people are entranced by the sounds of Roland and the substances they ingest to take them higher. As for me personally, I aspire to own a JP8000. I guess I'll just have to settlte with my MC-303 Groovebox. The sound of the underground!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:06
Brian a hobbyist user from Los Angeles writes:
The JP-8000 is a wonderful synth. It does an incredible job at what it's supposed to. I think these people that are saying bad thinks about it haven't played it enough and have know idea how to program. Who ever said this thing isn't any good for techno? Are you fucking crazy? It is absolutely fabulous for techno. For bass/lead lines this thing is a must. It's not supposed to be an all-in-one techno machine. You need a drum machine/sampler and maybe a JV-2080 to go along with, but I think the filters are fine, the arpeggiator is great, and this thing is perfect for those trance lines/bass grooves. I think a lot of people don't know how to program or take the time to program sounds, but I have done wonders with this thing. As for it not being FAT? Sounds fat enough for me; if it was any fatter it would take up too much space in the audio spectrum and I wouldn't be able to hear any other instruments. I knew what I was purchasing when I bought this thing. I played it about 10 times before I bought it. I knew what I was buying, a two-part multitimbral analog modeling synth perfect for adding those analog tweaks/elements to techno music. I used to own a nord lead. This things is better, I sold the nord. I also bought the CS1x home for three weeks before returning it. I spent time with it and wanted to beleive there was some good stuff in their, but the CS1x sucks bad.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:06
alpha Noir a professional user from usa writes:
reasonably kool...an1x is still a bit phatter....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:06
Cockzilla a hobbyist user from U.S.A. writes:
This synth beats all ass. It's easily worth the money. If you want a good analog or analog-ish synth definately check this one out. I have a friend who has a Juno 60 and he said that the JP 8000 is "three million times better" and while that might be somewhat of an overstatement (three million is a lot) he's damn right that this synth beats ass.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:06
The Wright Label Studio a professional user from USA writes:
The JP-8000 is awesome in all ways, it hands down sets the new standard for the cutting edge. Solid State.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:06
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