Firstly, a big thank you to the patient customers who have purchased, fitted or fed back information on any kits or assemblies that have been supplied. The appreciation from the community makes it all worthwhile and keeps the Roland Super JX and other retro synthesizers alive and kicking.
Many people have directly contributed and supported these projects.
Frédéric Vecoven for handing over his display project that contained a huge toolchain and concept design. His achievements for the Super JX are particularly remarkable: The replacement Super JX OS for JX10, MKS70, PWM upgrade and of course the M1024C Memory Cartridge. His website covers many other fascinating electronic projects too. Vecoven Website
Keith Meiere for solid encouragement, testing and guide proofreading. Keith has a huge array of resources on his website for the Super JX Synthesizers. Super-JX Website
Alexander Bhinder at Plasma Music Ltd for encouragement and providing first class support for repairs and upgrades for anything music related. Plasma Music.
Jorick’s fabulous blog about repairing synthesizers. Special thanks for being the first to fit a JD-800 keyboard PCB and provide excellent feedback.
Synth Spa – Allen Coppock
Modifications and repairs to instruments with rarely found attention to detail. Allen has high demand and it is clear why this is so. The expertise and craftsmanship are second to none.
Composer, producer and arranger working across a vast range of styles and fields.
Serge Pomorski for detailed MKS70 fitting development and guide authoring. Serge also very kindly provided the music for the Super JX Display video.
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