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Roland JUNO-106
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Roland JUNO-106

Analog Synth from Roland belonging to the Juno series.

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mister o mister o

«  One of the best analog synth »

Publié le 12/13/10 à 03:05
analog synth, it's a "fake" two oscillators.
A classic ocillo + a sub. 6-voice polyphony a vcf by voice.
Midi in / out, pedal classic ...
No utility computing, everything is under your fingers.
Pitch, modulation, sustain, vcf, filter, lfo ...
Chorus (famous), all parameters are editable in real time vias faders and switches from different modules


UTILIZATION

Nothing wrong, childish.

SOUNDS

Bass and tablecloths are his chosen field.
One of the best analog ever built, because of its efficiency, simplicity, robustness and price, because it was manufactured in very large quantity and we find it so easily.

OVERALL OPINION

Everything has been said before me.
The downside is the vcf happening all at the end of life, but once changed is distributed for 20 years minimum.

Surely I'll buy several more in the future, I travel a lot and I like to have one when I work on the prod of an album, and since it is still heavy and bulky, as having one on the spot.

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