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Roland JUNO-D
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Roland JUNO-D

Digital Synth from Roland belonging to the Juno series.

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Anonymous
Publié le 11/12/04 à 01:21
I just got this little acqurir juno-d and my time is not bad at all.
This is a keyboard that has all scne more simple and pure with a living wage (effects, arpeggiator ...), in second keyboard or ideal for basic use. With a wide range of sounds,
it offers a great diversity in the game.

UTILIZATION

The grip and fast (little understanding). The splits are easily edit and effects too. Small flat when the position of the pots for modlisation sound live, they are located in right hand (the left is much more convenient for modlisations chorus of Big B flat except ...). , billing for the manual is in English.

SOUNDS

We arrive at the trs cots good, sounds good when quality cd, both are excellent hammond organ style or jazz, the keyboards ... I also have a KORG TRITON but the juno-d has nothing to envy of the cot. (To play two keyboards, they are perfectly complmentaires.) Effects are certainly fewer and less sound than TRITON. The brass sounds are despicable Obviously but sounds like TRITON.Les SYNTH style are less rich than korg but for the cost of this keyboard, the sound banks are of good quality trs.

OVERALL OPINION

The report qualitprix I think is unbeatable for an amateur or a second keyboard is really the ideal. So do not hesitate to listen these sounds in the store and you'll probably packed as I t. .. GOOD MUSIQUE.SALUT.
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