This latest addition to the JUNO Series is specifically designed for the musician on the go, providing professional sounds in a lightweight, portable design, according to Roland.
The 61-note synth-action JUNO-Di has 1,000+ customizable sounds, including grand and electric pianos, modern synth sounds, strings, guitars, brass, percussion, and banks of exotic instruments. Navigation functions with dedicated category buttons and the LCD display.
According to Roland, you can also process vocals live through its microphone input, built-in vocoder, and dedicated reverb.
With a USB memory port and song player function, the JUNO-Di is designed to enable direct playback and control of MP3, .WAV, AIFF, and SMF sound files with dedicated transport controls on the front panel.
The JUNO-Di is expected to be available in September.
For more information, visit www.rolandus.com.
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