The Roland JX-3P is a vintage synth that offers classic Roland analog sound, but without the full-on knobbiness of many earlier synths. The knobs were moved to an optional add-on, the PG-200 programmer, in order to make the JX-3P more affordable.
The JX-3P features 6 dual-VCO voices, analog filters, amps and envelopes. A built-in chorus is also available.
The JX-3P was one of the first synths to implement MIDI, and has a relatively basic MIDI implementation.
If you’ve used the Roland JX-3P, let us know what you think of it!
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