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Roland JUNO-106

Analog Synth de la marque Roland appartenant à la série Juno

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Nivag666Nivag666

Classic 80s polysynth

Roland JUNO-106Published on 06/30/16 at 20:51
Just a classic polysynth that does what it says on the box. Beautifully easy synthesize makes it a great device for anyone, though it's more than capable of satisfying the pro. Great sounds all around, particularly bass and pads, and of course there's that legendary chorus. Watch the curse of the chips though, it affects every 106 sooner or later.
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ericthegreatericthegreat

Roland JUNO-106Published on 09/21/11 at 20:36
This is another one of those boards that comes industry ready right out of the box. It’s extremely easy to get it set up and ready to start making great music. The editing abilities on this board are easy to do and the workstation is easy to navigate. I love the pitch and modulation on this board, works great and is very smooth.

UTILIZATION

The manual is very easy to understand and is concise and in depth. But unfortunately the manual doesn’t come in a printed version. Some of use love to have hard copies of a manual and don’t want to have to pop in a cd just for a reference on something we might need to check or to do. Even with the ease of computers, I still prefer a hard copy of a...…
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This is another one of those boards that comes industry ready right out of the box. It’s extremely easy to get it set up and ready to start making great music. The editing abilities on this board are easy to do and the workstation is easy to navigate. I love the pitch and modulation on this board, works great and is very smooth.

UTILIZATION

The manual is very easy to understand and is concise and in depth. But unfortunately the manual doesn’t come in a printed version. Some of use love to have hard copies of a manual and don’t want to have to pop in a cd just for a reference on something we might need to check or to do. Even with the ease of computers, I still prefer a hard copy of a manual so I can just index what I’m looking for and find it and understand what I need. I don’t like having to find the cd and put it in just for a quick reference.

SOUNDS

This board comes stock with a few sounds that sound great and are very warm and clean. The brass sounds are really realistic in my opinion. I was very surprise with the quality of the brass sounds and presets. But there arent enough presets for me, I wish it had a few more.

The Piano sounds didn’t impress me and weren’t as good as they are on the other boards that are out in the music world today. The just didn’t seem as realistic and warm as I am use to with the Fantom and Motif. Choir and Organ patches are good and unique sounding patches, but nothing that blows other boards out of the water, just very basic sounding patches.

OVERALL OPINION

Overall this is a very good keyboard from Roland JUNO 106, the synths on this board have the weird feel to them, great board for techno or club music. This board is pretty expensive but not as bad as a lot of other professional boards on the market.
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FP UserFP User

Roland JUNO-106Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
Wish it had a second oscillator and ring mod and an arpeggiator, but great for what it is. I'm just happy to have FULL MIDI functionality

$80 USD

UTILIZATION

Easiest synth ever to program. No need to say anything more.

One of my voice chips died and I had to nearly circle the globe to find a replacement. DAMMIT ROLAND WHY DID YOU HAVE TO CURSE THIS GREAT SYNTH WITH SHODDY VOICE CHIPS?

SOUNDS

Great sounds. DEEP basses and WARM pads. The world famous juno sound.

OVERALL OPINION

My favorite synth simply for the bass, it's difficult to describe the beautiful sound that comes out when you pull up the env freq on a juno bassline.

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Wish it had a second oscillator and ring mod and an arpeggiator, but great for what it is. I'm just happy to have FULL MIDI functionality

$80 USD

UTILIZATION

Easiest synth ever to program. No need to say anything more.

One of my voice chips died and I had to nearly circle the globe to find a replacement. DAMMIT ROLAND WHY DID YOU HAVE TO CURSE THIS GREAT SYNTH WITH SHODDY VOICE CHIPS?

SOUNDS

Great sounds. DEEP basses and WARM pads. The world famous juno sound.

OVERALL OPINION

My favorite synth simply for the bass, it's difficult to describe the beautiful sound that comes out when you pull up the env freq on a juno bassline.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Kojak ( 8-, 2005)
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Roland JUNO-106Published on 01/15/08 at 02:14
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: JUNO-106
  • Series: Juno
  • Category: Analog Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/08/2004

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Other names: juno 106, juno106, juno 106 customwhite, juno106customwhite, juno106 customwhite, juno106 custom white, juno 106custom white

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