Arturia JUPITER-8V 2 user manual

User manual for the device Arturia JUPITER-8V 2

Device: Arturia JUPITER-8V 2
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Date of adding : 2013-07-16 18:57:50
Number of pages: 125
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USER’S MANUAL








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ARTURIA – JUPITER-8V – USER’S MANUAL

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PROGRAMMING: Nicolas Bronnec Fabrice Bourgeois Gavin Burke Vincent Travaglini Jean–Michel Blanchet Philippe Wicker Cristian Kreindler Damien Vanderbeyvanghe Thomas Diligent MANUAL: Thomas Diligent (English version) Christiaan de Jong (English version) Houston Haynes (English version) Richard Phan (English version) Jean-Michel Blanchet (French version) Antoine Back (French version) Kenta Sasano (Version japonaise) Kiriko Ishida (Version japonaise) Tomoya Fukushi (V

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Thank you for purchasing the ARTURIA Jupiter-8V! Thank you for purchasing the ARTURIA Jupiter-8V! In this package you will find: • This paper manual for the Jupiter-8V • One CD-ROM containing the Jupiter-8V installer for MAC OSX and Windows XP/Vista/7 • The registration Card Carefully store your card! In order to be able to use the software, you have to register your product. By registering, you identify yourself as the legitimate owner and will be sure to receive the latest news

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New features in Jupiter-8V 2.0 New features in Jupiter-8V 2.0 If you already own Jupiter-8V, version 2 includes the following changes: • “Sound Map” graphical preset browser added • RPN “pitch bend range” message is now recognized • NRPN midi controls can be used for automation • Increase of overall volume • Switched to eLicenser Protection • Fixed issue related to modulation wheel in Pro Tools (MAC OSX) • Fixed issue related to triangle signal amplitude • Miscellaneous fixed issue

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Table of contents Table of contents 1 INTRODUCTION 8 1.1 Roland/Jupiter-8 Story 8 ® 1.2 TAE 12 1.2.1 Aliasing-free oscillators 12 1.2.2 A better reproduction of analog oscillator waveforms 12 1.2.3 Direct Filter Circuit Modeling 14 2 INSTALLATION 15 2.1 Notes about software protection and the installation 15 2.2 Windows Installation 15 2.3 Mac OS X Installation 18 3 AUTHORIZATION 19 4 QUICK START 25 4.1 Structure of the Jupiter-8V 25 4.2 Using the presets 26 4.2.1 Selecting t

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6.3.5 Modulation button 54 6.3.6 Virtual keyboard 54 6.3.7 LCD Screen 54 6.3.8 MIDI Control 55 6.3.9 The preference screen 55 6.4 The Sound Map 56 6.4.1 The MAP main interface 57 6.4.2 The Sound Map overview 58 6.4.3 The LIST preset manager 61 6.4.4 The COMPASS morphing interface 62 7 THE DIFFERENT MODULES 64 7.1 The original Jupiter-8 64 7.1.1 The oscillators (« VCO 1 and 2 ») 65 7.1.2 The mixer (“VCO1 / VCO2”) 67 7.1.3 The filter (“VCF”) 67 7.1.4 The Amplifier (“VCA”) 69 7.1.5

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9.2 Arpeggiated sounds 103 9.3 A sequence with the Jupiter-8V 107 10 MODES OF OPERATION 111 10.1 Stand-alone 111 10.1.1 Launching the Stand-alone application 111 10.1.2 Preference Configuration 111 10.2 Using a VST and Audio Unit instrument in Ableton Live 112 10.3 RTAS - Pro Tools 113 10.3.1 Utilization of the plug-in 113 10.3.2 Connection to a MIDI channel 114 10.3.3 Saving the presets 115 10.3.4 Automation under Pro Tools 115 10.4 Cubase VST 116 10.4.1 Instrument use in VST mode

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1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 ROLAND/JUPITER-8 STORY The history of Roland is intimately tied to the personal story of its founder, Mr Ikutaro Kakehashi. When he was just 16 years old, the young Mr Kakehashi noticed there was no watch or clock industry in post-war Japan. He therefore understood there was a thriving business 1 to develop repairing existing timepieces. Mr Kakehashi found a part-time job in a watch repair store, but he quickly felt frustrated with the pace at which things were progre

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In 1954 Mr Kakehashi opened an electrical goods and repair shop by the name of “Kakehashi Musen”. - Later the name was to be changed to Ace Electrical Company. His initial goal was to produce an electronic instrument capable of generating simple monophonic melodies, and so he ended up building a Theremin. Looking for a new challenge, he later built a four-octave organ using parts from a reed organ, bits of telephones, and simple transistor oscillators. In 1959, he designed and built a Hawai

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By the end of the 1970s, Roland established itself as a major manufacturer, and in 1981 Mr. Ikutaro Kakehashi opened four new companies in three months. Roland UK, Roland GmbH and Musitronic AG in Switzerland. He also established a new Japanese division called AMDEK (Analogue Music Digital Electronics Kits) Back to the early 80’s, the Prophet 5 and Oberheim OB series dominated the polyphonic synthesizer market. Having that in mind the Jupiter-8’s success, initiated in 1981, took every

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Costello, Tears for Fears, Huey Lewis and the News, Journey, Moog Cookbook, Yes, Devo, Freddy Fresh, Simple Minds, Jan Hammer, and BT. In the early 80’s Roland and Sequential Circuits combined forces to create the MIDI protocol. The technology was derived from Roland’s earlier DCB bus Format. MIDI is still being used today with great success. In 1982, Roland launched the Jupiter-6, the first synthesizer including the MIDI protocol on board. This new synthesizer was introduced as an enhance

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It was the introduction of COSM and the “V” products in 1995 that set the future direction for Roland. Mr. Kakehashi and his teams had recognized that digital signal processing and physical modeling were the future of the electronic audio industry. Roland applied these technologies to a broad range of products. From sound modules and dance- oriented groove boxes to their most expensive digital mixers and audio workstations, Roland remains at the forefront of synthesizers and electronic music

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Roland Jupiter 8 waveform, and that of the Jupiter-8V. They are both equally deformed by the low-pass and high-pass filtering. Temporal representation of a “saw tooth” waveform of the Jupiter 8 Temporal representation of a “saw tooth” waveform reproduced by the Jupiter-8V 13 ARTURIA – JUPITER-8V – USER’S MANUAL

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What’s more, the hardware analog oscillators were unstable. In fact, their waveform varies slightly from one period to another. If we add this to the fact that the starting point for each period (in Trigger mode) can vary with the temperature and other environmental conditions, we find another one of the characteristics that contributed to the typical sound of vintage synthesizers. TAE® reproduces the instability of oscillators, bringing a fatter and “bigger” sound. 1.2.3 Direct Filter C

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2 INSTALLATION 2.1 NOTES ABOUT SOFTWARE PROTECTION AND THE INSTALLATION Jupiter-8V2 includes the Soft-eLicenser protection system. Compatibility with v1.0 USB- eLicenser dongles is carried on to v2.0. Thus Jupiter-8V1 owners can use their USB dongles to authorize Jupiter-8V2 update. Jupiter-8V2 owners only (not 1.x) will store their licenses on a virtual dongle. Please refer to authorization section for further details about protection schemes. 2.2 WINDOWS INSTALLATION  If you purchased

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Choose the installation folder  Next, select the application or plug-ins that you wish to install. For more information on those protocols, please see to chapter 10 of this manual. The available options are: Choose the components to be installed  For the installation of the VST protocols, you should select the installation folder of these plug-ins to allow the host application to use them. If you don’t know how to do this, refer to the appropriate chapter (Ch. 10). 16 ARTURIA

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Select installation folder for plug-ins  Set up the program’s shortcut in the Start menu, or use the default setting.  Check or not to install an icon on your desktop (disabled by default).  Before performing the installation, the installed components are summarized. Click on “Install”.  Finally, the installation of the eLicenser Control Center and the creation of a virtual dongle are proposed. Click on “Finish”. eLicenser Control Center Installation Dialog box The installation p

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2.3 MAC OS X INSTALLATION  If you purchased the Boxed version of the Jupiter-8V2, insert the CD-ROM into the drive. Explore the contents of the CD-ROM and double click on the icon called Jupiter-8V2.pkg.  If you purchased the Download version of the Jupiter-8V2, double click on the file called Jupiter-8V2.dmg that you saved from the Arturia web site. Once the virtual disk is mounted, double-click on Jupiter-8V2.pkg.  The installation program, requiring administrative rights, may have t

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3 AUTHORIZATION Now that your Jupiter-8V2 has been installed, you need to authorize the synthesizer. This doesn’t apply to owners of the Jupiter-8V previous version, who may use the software right away using their USB-eLicenser hardware dongle. Contrary to 1.x versions that used the USB-eLicenser protection scheme, the Jupiter-8V2 uses the “Soft-eLicenser” virtual dongle solution by default. Avoiding the use of a USB port, this system allows using the synthesizer on one machine, which

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If you already have an account, simply log in:  Once you are logged into your account, you can register your Jupiter-8V2 and request your activation code. Go to the “My Registered Products” section of your account and click on the “Add” button: 20 ARTURIA – JUPITER-8V – USER’S MANUAL


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