Arturia Jupiter-8V Updated, Here’s What’s New

Arturia Jupiter 8V

Arturia has released an updated to Jupiter-8V, its virtual recreation of the Jupiter 8 synthesizer.

Here’s what’s new in Jupiter-8V version 2.5:

  • Support for 64-bit VST and Audio Unit
  • Support for Pro Tools 9 & 10
  • Support for Mac OSX 10.7 (Lion)
  • MIDI Control Assignment Improvement


  • More than 400 high quality and innovative sounding presets
  • Up to 32 voices of polyphony, and a Unison mode
  • A unique audio structure featuring 2 oscillators per voice (16 oscillators in total), 2 LFO’s, 2 filters and 2 envelopes.
  • Keyboard split and layer
  • A set of Analog Sounding Effects: Dual Delay, Phaser, Flanger, all three being largely modulable by any audio source in the synth.
  • 2 digital effects, X and Y.
  • Additional Live-oriented Step-sequencer, additional Galaxy module for advanced modulations
  • Set to Control with your external MIDI keyboard in just a few clicks.
  • Full compatibility with major formats and hosts on Mac OS X and Windows XP (VST, AU, RTAS)
  • Revolutionary preset navigation system called SoundMap

Jupiter-8V is available now for US $249 / EURO 229.

6 thoughts on “Arturia Jupiter-8V Updated, Here’s What’s New

  1. No Arturia!!!
    Spend your time on the minibrute first!!
    So that it’s faster available in the shops!!!!!
    After that, you can work on update’s for softsynths.
    Work harder and faster!!!!!!

  2. As processors get faster, these Arturia emulations will inevitably become closer and closer to the sound of the originals. I look forward to it!

  3. Nothing wrong with software, but….
    I think Arturia has gained massive credibility by making a piece of analog hardware!
    So, um, when’s the iPad app coming out? 😉

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