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Super Jupiter V2 Programmer

The Super Jupiter 8V Programmer app is made for one purpose: programming the Arturia Jupiter 8V virtual instrument.

All Jupiter 8V knobs and buttons are available to controller. All means all the knobs and buttons available in the Tones and Patch sections of the Arturia Jupiter 8V.

The user interface of the programmer is based on the Roland MPG 80 programmer; this makes it very easy to use

The app communicates with the virtual instrument via a hardware MIDI connection or with wireless MIDI. Setting this up is explained in the technical information section of this website.

The App: Super Jupiter Programmer at the app store

Patch screen Patch screen

Tone 2 screen Upper tone screen

Tone 2 screen Lower tone screen

Modular V Controlller

The Modular V Controller App is able to control most of the parameters of the Arturia Modular V virtual instrument. This means that you can control all knobs, buttons and switches with this app. Cable connections and a few other setting need to be changed on the virtual instrument itself.

The app communicates with the virtual instrument via a hardware MIDI connection or with wireless MIDI. Setting this up is explained in the technical information section of this website.

The App: Modular V Controller at the app store

Sequencer screen Sequencer screen

OSC1 screen Oscillators 1 screen

Sequencer screen Voltage Controller Filters screen

Sequencer screen Main Envelopes screen

Sequencer screen Low Frequency Oscillator screen

Sequencer screen Formant/Bode frequency shifter screen

Sequencer screen Envelope followers screen

Sequencer screen Delay/Chorus/Phaser screen

Mini V Controlller

The latest controller is the Mini V Controller. It controls the Arturia Mini V like you're turning the knobs on real hardware.

The App: Mini V Controller at the app store

Mini V

Technical information

All controls in the apps are pre-configured and ready to use, but, the virtual instruments need to be setup
To do this, assign NRPN MIDI controllers to the individual controls. This can be done by right clicking a control, selecting NRPN and pressing "Learn". Do this for all controls and you are ready to go. Note: With the latest versions of the Jupiter 8V or the Modular V you need to use the "MIDI Learn button". Please refer to the manual of the virtual instrument.

The apps use CoreMIDI so it leverages hardware midi connections as well as WIFI MIDI connections.

To setup WIFI MIDI on Windows we recommend using the excellent rtpMIDI solutions by Tobias Erichsen: rptMidi Software

With OSX Lion it just works. Please refer to the OSX Lion help to setup wireless MIDI. The SoundOnSound website has a great article about this Network MIDI

Contact information

For questions, defects, suggestion or other reasons, please contact us by sending an email to: 4LittleFonzies

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