by GTG
3.1 / 5     (19 votes)
JP 7A: A 6 voice analog synth.
  • 24 dB filter
  • pitch envelope
  • osc sync
  • mono mode
  • MIDI automation
  • Pitch bender with 3 fixed ranges
Steve Dec 10 2016
Dec 10 2016
I enjoy the GTG synths. They have a nice smooth sound and some good bread-and-butter presets. They also layer well with other synths.
Hicks Feb 22 2015
(4 / 5)
Feb 22 2015
Ich höre hier eher Juno als Jupiter. Schöne Pads. Sehr brauchbar. (I hear more Juno than Jupiter. Beautiful Pads. Very useful.)
STVRSZ Nov 04 2011
(2 / 5)
Nov 04 2011
Looks like my JP6 did. Does not sound like it. I have yet to hear A VST that does. The GTG 44 S is a much better synth, but does not look as great.
ghost-of Jun 05 2011
(4 / 5)
Jun 05 2011
Nice sounds and having little basis for comparison other than the aging TalUno60, it works very well as a plug-in in its own right, despite the obvious link to the JP pedigree.
deepwatermusic Jun 22 2010
(5 / 5)
Jun 22 2010
I like it.. So what if it's not a jupiter? It sounds nice and fat on my Sonar Producer.
faderlikesit Apr 03 2010
(0 / 5)
Apr 03 2010
Crap...if you want good Jupiter emulation, buy from Arturia. Sometimes you really do get what you pay for. In this case you get nothing. There are, however, other good free vsti's worth to download. Shop around!
boredmuso Dec 04 2009
Dec 04 2009
A lot of these CTG synths don't seem to work with Ableton Live,or Vista (can't tell which),so I can't really tell you how it sounds.
Tony Jan 18 2011
Jan 18 2011
I must agree. Out of six gtg synths I have downloaded only two GTG K1 and WS2 wil run on my version of Vista with a Creative Labs XFI soundcard and Dual core 2.1 ghz processor. A pity as the ones that do run are really very good.