Roland JUNO-G
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Roland JUNO-G

JUNO-G, Digital Synth from Roland in the Juno series.

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gianni34 05/14/2009

Roland JUNO-G : gianni34's user review

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5-octave keyboard controller possessing a pitch bend and d-beam controller (special thanks roland effect allowing a lazer)
-Can simply plug it into your computer (I work a few times on logic pro audio with this synth)
120-polyphony notes (more than enough for the sounds of piano sustain pedals but still required to get good sound)

UTILIZATION

-The setup is simple to type a regular synth, but you still had a lot of both if you want to tamper with the sound. I often splits that are a long program.

SOUNDS

I play in a rock band, progressive metal, I was looking for a versatile synthe possdant a piano bocoup correct and sounds of synthetic, groundwater and the powerful leader.

I tried a korg tr Premire but I dcu t by the sounds. Then a roland juno-g I t sduit by some tablecloths.
the tablecloths are excellent but lack gnral lgrement of agressivit for my taste.
lead the same ^ ^
piano own (hint: add the reverb and use the sustain pedal!)
bands: well
Copper bofff
Low: not bad at all
organ: I do not like the hammond organ
Electric pianos: Fender rodes nice not bad at all!
Ethnic sounds: large variety of choice!

Problem in general: I find the time to change the sound too long.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months it suits me very well for my progressive rock band (like Dream Theater).
I love the versatility of this synth.
incomparable quality price ratio, but you must love the roland sound.
I would do this choice! certe hammond organs fail me but he has other quality