​Luftrum has announced the release of a new soundset for the TAL-J-8 emulation of the Roland Jupiter-8 synthesizer instrument.

Containing 148 presets, Luftrum 24 covers a wide range of genres and styles from synthwave to 90s French house to ambient and synthpop. 40 of the presets are designed by critically acclaimed synthwave sci-fi artist Code Elektro from Denmark.

TAL J-8 is an accurate software replication of the mighty Jupiter-8 hardware synthesizer by Roland from 1981. The Jupiter-8 had many advanced features for its time, including the ability to split the keyboard into two zones. Today, the Jupiter-8 is one of the most iconic and desirable hardware synthesizers and good units sell for up to $20.000 on auction! You can own an affordable software version by TAL for a fraction of the price and without breaking the bank.

The sounds in Luftrum 24 are inspired by a broad range of synth-driven artists and duos such as Daft Punk, John Carpenter, Vangelis, Perturbator, Steve Roach and The Midnight with presets ranging from soaring mono leads to dreamy pads over dark basses and delicate synth keys. Check out the preset-by-preset YouTube demo below, going through 30 individual presets from the set.

Luftrum 24 is available for purchase for $37 USD. For those who don’t own TAL-J-8 there is a limited time bundle offer of the soundset and a 40% discount code to TAL J-8.

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