Black Corporation has given us a sneak peek at a Eurorack voice version of their Jupiter-8 reworking Isenin. The Isenin Voice looks awesome.
The Jupiter-8 remains one of the most sought-after synths on the planet, and who better to reimagine it than Black Corporation? The Isenin 8-Voice Analogue Synthesizer looks and sounds amazing. It captures the sound but also the vibe and gravitas of the original in a more sophisticated version that simply drips in quality. It’s a beauty, that’s for sure.
It’s fabulous then that Black Corporation has decided to follow the same route as it did with the Deckard’s Dream and produce a single-voice version for Eurorack. The Deckard’s Voice is one of my most treasured Eurorack modules, bringing a single voice of the CS-80 into my rack. To pair that up with a voice from the Jupiter-8 would be pure bliss. I’d love 8-voices but I’d settle for one with the additional CV options and versatility that Eurorack brings.
Currently, all we have is the image. A dual oscillator with a choice of waveforms, sync, PWM and a dedicated LFO for the VCO. We then have the high and low pass filters, with two different slopes and a pair of envelopes. It’s rounded off with another LFO, some cross-modulation and keyboard ranging.
Sadly there are not a lot of CV sockets to patch into on the front panel, but in a post from Black Corporation chief architect Roman Filippov, it’s going to come with an expander full of CV and audio patch points.
Now information on availability or pricing yet, but the Deckard’s Voice is $699.