Cherry Audio – Mercury-4 v1.5.1.100 STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3, AAX x64


Cherry Audio – Mercury-4 v1.5.1.100 STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3, AAX x64

The Mercury-4 is a detailed emulation of one of the most sounding and quirky polyphonic synthesizers of the late 1970s, the Roland Jupiter-4. This is the rarest and most sonically unique of the legendary Jupiter series, and we’ve put a lot of effort into recreating the subtle (and not so) nuances and character of this beloved classic. Every aspect of the Mercury-4 was expertly modeled after a vintage Jupiter-4 originally owned by Greg Hawkes of legendary 80s new wave band The Cars and played on their 1981 double platinum album Shake It Up. According to Greg, Mercury 4 sounds like my old Jupiter! It’s nice to have it back.”

The Jupiter-4 had its drawbacks, including limited patch storage, only four polyphonic voices, and the weight of the boat’s anchor. Cherry Audio’s Mercury-4 improves upon the design of the original, offering 16-voice polyphony, infinite patch storage, velocity sensitivity, MPE support, and more. We even paired it with a fantastic model of the classic Roland Space Echo tape delay.

• Genuinely modeled oscillator with auxiliary oscillator.
• All filter characteristics are simulated, including powerful low-frequency resonance.
• Up to 16-voice polyphony.
• Over 400 presets programmed by industry veterans.
• Accurately reproduced unique arpeggio section with tempo sync.
• Carefully modeled wide range LFO modulation with “inverted” modulation characteristics.
• Drift control for increased analog realism.
• Accurately reproduced stereo ensemble effect.
• Warm and organic tape echo with multiple reverb modes.
• Synchronized with LFO tempo.
• Switchable unison mode.
• One-key chord memory mode.
• Highly optimized encoding for high performance with ultra-low CPU load.
• User configurable oversampling control.
• Enhanced user interface magnification with one click.
• Comprehensive MPE support.
• Full MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls.


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