The Roland JX-3P synthesizer was Roland’s first MIDI synth. The Roland JX-3P is a 6-voice polyphonic, 61 key synthesizer with sawtooth, 50 and 10% pulse waveforms, and a noise generator. It uses a interval-timer DC) & the Roland IR3109 lowpass filter.
- It has 32 factory programs and user memory for 32 programs
- 128-step, six-part built-in sequencer that can be triggered by sync voltage from external devices such as the Roland TR-707 drum machine.
- 2 DCO’s per voice
- Chorus effect
- 61-key keyboard
- Compatible with Roland’s PG-200 programmer.
The Roland JX-3P Synthesizer was used by Vince Clark, Orbital, The Future Sound Of London, MSTRKRFT, Thomas Dolby and Harold Faltermeyer.