Roland JUNO-D Limited Edition

Roland JUNO-D Limited Edition

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JUNO-D Limited Edition, Digital Synth from Roland in the Juno series.

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Roland JUNO-D Limited Edition tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: JUNO-D Limited Edition
  • Series: Juno
  • Category: Digital Synths
  • Added in our database on: 12/10/2008

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Roland JUNO-D Limited Edition user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 3 reviews )
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Trelaire_2's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A good compromise for budget"

Roland JUNO-D Limited Edition
Synth "generalist". 5 octaves, touch plastoc soft synth.

A multitude of sound (piano, ep, organ, brass, strings, guitar, bass, electronic sounds ...). Not bad effects (overdrive, distortion, flanger, rotary, lofi ...) and control (envelope cutoff ...) and especially a good patch editing capability.

Controllers classic pitch to the left which serves modulation, volume knob, knob envelope or LFO filter, cutoff knob and resonnance, and of course the useless gadget which is the pride of the Roland D-beam, which can not to use without seeming to dance tektonik ...

3 jacks (stereo headset, right, left) taken two midi (in, out of no thru). Sustain an outlet and another expression pedal.


Ergonomics is ... strange (like all Roland I feel) easily accessible controls do not correspond to those I need to live (eg reverb and delay settings, accessible only via LCD screen in a sub-menu .. .) while adjust the filter envelope or LFO live ... we will still call me jean michel jarre to blow it ...

The sound editing requires a small learning curve but the positive thing is that we are still in its purposes, although there fiddling always happens.

The manual ... can help even if the translation does not make risky very clear ...


Used in jazz and reggae, he instead gave me satisfaction. A good place for some sounds EP, which far from being ultra realistic are somewhat believable.

Overall the sound is good enough for the price to make models sound rendering is very satisfying.

For a more specific and more professional (if you're a keyboard pro CD for example), it will quickly show its limitations, even if made will always be a decent minimum.


I use it for four years at maximum capacity (adding external effects pedals, hack) I can give change while feeling the limits.

Its weight (5 pounds!) Is really handy, its possibilities editions and pretty good quality samples are rather convincing. Its interface, quality knobs (volume spitting ...), unable to repair itself (knobs and connectors inaccessible when it is removed without risking any fuck up) is reported.

The price / quality ratio is excellent, I had bought in the beginning stage groups and given my budget it was perfect, and it makes me even good service. Currently I do not have that choice would do because I need to acquire a more professional gear, but I recommend it to all beginner or have a support person wishing to compose music styles

funkygroovyrhodes's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" The synth is not a"

Roland JUNO-D Limited Edition
Light touch keyboard with approx. 5 octaves
Lightweight, transportable, with the basic functions: modulation wheels and epitch, output jacks, headphone jack and usb twelve o'clock, sust, exp ...
Qq gadgets like the D Beam controller of space it takes to pass his hand over to bein ... in fact, to be with the expression pedal. OK so I use the expression pedal, the more accurate.
The top utility is to create its sounds, it really is better than the sub-menus keyboard.


Config simple in terms of basic functions: the dedicated knobs are always accessible on the front to handle the envelope
If you really want to change the sounds, it is better to go through the software.


The basic keyboard that makes the coffee, but the gritty coffee. Filled with a piano sound but not drinking much less guitars and brass. Argh my ears! Even Virtual instruments would be better.
No frankly Roland, you have the sound bank to Rabai. Go over 1000 sounds, there is a nice grand piano, clavinet and 2 2 rhodes exploitable.


I needed a second keyboard on stage to make guimmicks Rhodes, sheets of violins and bass.
It was simply impossible to use this keyboard on stage because the sound does not penetrate into the mix and even putting all analog pedals in the world, the sound is flat, slightly kitsch. If so.

However, I discovered his true vocation: in the living room of the cottage. There he is at the top, are made of horse crap sound systems during the holidays and it's perfect. The little Roland is doing very well in the middle of congas and guitars. It has all the basic sounds and my friends take pleasure in trying the piano ...

natri's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland JUNO-D Limited Edition
The features are similar to the Juno-D, ie:

* 64 note polyphony
* Compatible with GM2
* 640 patches ready and organized into categories such as Piano, Guitar, Orchestra, etc. ...
* 20 rhythm sets
* 2 assignable sounds for each patch, split or layering
* 47 built-in effects
* 8 types of reverb
* 8 types of chorus
* Arpeggiator integrated with 400 sentence patterns / arpeggios
* Function 'Multi Chord memory' for agreements with a finger
* Metronome 'Rhythm Guide' to presets (patterns and variations)
* D Beam controller and front panel knobs for realtime control
* Editor software included

plus: 66 new programs and a stereo multi-sampled piano for this limited series.


Editing sounds and effects is not very readable and practical on the keyboard itself, apart from the envelope changes, filters, etc ... using potentiometers but is greatly simplified through the provided software (Mac and PC).

The manual is easily understandable.


I find the sounds and effects have a warmth I have not heard in other synths in this price range. The sounds blend well together despite differences in volume that can be easily corrected. Special mention to the new stereo multi-sampled piano that is warm, realistic and very expressive! Nothing to do with the Juno-D 1.
The touch keyboard is quite nice (for a synth), it reflects the intentions.


I bought six months ago for 415 Euro and I am very satisfied.
I needed a keyboard master with a touchdown right for my sequencer and saw the little price difference, I preferred to choose the Juno-D limited edition.
Excellent value for money for my taste and for my use.

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