The Jupiter III G Analog Percussion Synthesizer Is ‘Ballsier Than Before’

Chamber of Sounds has introduced the Jupiter III G analog percussion synthesizer.

The Jupiter III analog percussion synth has a redesigned PCB, linear pots, a larger piezo pickup, and an LED power indicator. According to Chamber of Sounds, this makes it ‘ballsier than before’.

Features:

  • circuit: fully analog
  • trigger: large internal piezo or audio input
  • power: 9V battery or A/C adapter
  • function: touch-sensitive percussion synth & optical theremin
  • range: many, many octaves

The Jupiter III G analog percussion synthesizer is available now for $275.

3 thoughts on “The Jupiter III G Analog Percussion Synthesizer Is ‘Ballsier Than Before’

  1. What is the case made out of? I could see adhering a soft pad to the top to protect it from over-zealous banging. Conceivably, you could trigger this thing from a rhythmic music signal electronically, or by waving at it or by vibrating it. Could you set if off by placing it on a guitar amp cabinet? very curious to see how people make use of it in ensembles.

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