SampleScience releases Deep Jupiter, a FREE sample-based analog bass sound module VST plugin for Windows and macOS.
Deep Jupiter is based on the iconic Roland Jupiter-8 analog synthesizer. The plugin uses eight public domain Jupiter-8 multi-samples as the sound source.
The multi-sampled patches focus on the classic analog bass sounds that fit any synthwave, chillwave, synthpop, or electronica track.See also: BPB Dirty Filter Is A FREE Distortion VST/AU Plugin
If you like analog synth sounds but don’t enjoy building synth from scratch, using a sample-based instrument like Deep Jupiter makes sense. You get instant access to some classic synth sounds without the hassle (or pleasure, depending on your perspective) of programming a synth.
That said, SampleScience’s latest plugin still lets you customize the included Roland Jupiter-8 samples.
The plugin features an ADSR volume envelope, a multi-mode filter, an LFO module, and a preamp. It also includes a reverb effect, portamento, three different voice modes (polyphonic, monophonic, legato), and a stereo pan control.
Here’s how SampleScience describes Deep Jupiter:
“Description: Deep Jupiter is an analog bass sound module featuring the sound of a famous 80s synthesizer with the name Jupiter in it. The plugin has 8 multi-sampled raw bass suite for electronic genres like synthwave, chillwave, retrowave, and synthpop. The sounds in this module are public domain (not the plugin itself which is copyrighted).”
Deep Jupiter is available as a “pay what you want” download via Gumroad. You can enter $0 to download the plugin for free or enter any other amount to support SampleScience.
If you’re a fan of bite-sized virtual instruments like this one, be sure to check out SampleScience’s product portfolio. SampleScience has been releasing freeware and paid plugins for quite some time now, and they have some proper gems in their arsenal.
BPB collaborated with SampleScience several times in the past. Check out our free GB DrumBox plugin if you’re a fan of Game Boy sounds.
Download: Deep Jupiter (154 MB download size, ZIP archive, 32-bit & 64-bit VST/AU plugin format for Windows & macOS, not compatible with macOS Catalina and up)
Jiri aka Riverminton
I’m guessing he used the public domain samples from “Modular Samples”. In that case it’s probably Jupiter 4.
Anyway, I’ll give it a try. Thanks for the heads up!
Thanks for the update, will check it out
Creepy Piano 2 LE is also a new freebie:
Hey Numanoid, nice one! I’m including it in the Halloween deals article (it will be published today).
As always, Thanks for sharing.
This one needs your attention, Tomislav (and may be a an article too)…!
Hey Dee.P.Tree, thanks for the info. Nice find! We’ll publish an article about it this week. :)
And here it is, thanks again! https://bedroomproducersblog.com/2021/10/25/dodo-audio-midi-converter/#comment-272716