Roland JUNO-G V2

Roland JUNO-G V2

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JUNO-G V2, Digital Synth from Roland in the Juno series.

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Roland JUNO-G V2 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: JUNO-G V2
  • Series: Juno
  • Category: Digital Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/21/2009

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Roland JUNO-G V2 user reviews

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 3 reviews )
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bluepitch's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland JUNO-G V2
Hello, I wonder if the JUNO G Version 2 can be assigned its own samples to the keys of the keyboard as on any sampler? Is the samples that you put can be manipuls and jous 61 keys on the keyboard to the same way as in-house factory sounds,

Thank you in advance for your help!

sylar78's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Happiness!!!"

Roland JUNO-G V2
• Keyboard 61 keys (touch sensitive) [sound generator]
• Maximum Polyphony 128 voices (shared with audio track section)
• Parts 16 parts
• Waveform Memory 64MB (translated into 16 bit linear)
• Memory preprogrammed Parts 16 parts
• Preset Memory (Preset) Patches: 768 + 256 (GM2), Rhythm Sets: 36 + 9 (GM2), Performances: 64 • User Memory Patches: 256, Rhythm Sets: 36, Performances: 64
• Effects Multi-Effects: 3 systems, 78 types Reverb: 5 types, Chorus: 3 types, Mastering Effects: Compressor 3-band input signals Effects: 6 types [section recorder (recorder)]
• Tracks MIDI Tracks: 16 Audio Tracks: 4 stereo tracks
• Length 9998 piece measures
• Tempo 5 ~ 300
MIDI Tracks • Resolution: 480 TPQN, capacity ratings: Approximately 400,000 notes, Recording Method: Real-time, step by step
• Audio tracks Data format: 16-bit linear, Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz, Recording Time: memory not expanded (4MB): approximately 23.5 seconds in stereo, expanded to maximum (512MB) Memory: about 51 minutes stereo [other]
• Preprogrammed Arpeggios: 128, User: 128
• Pre-programmed Rhythm Patterns: 256 (32 groups), User: 256 (32 groups)
• Preprogrammed agreement Memory: 64 User: 64
• Commands D Beam controller, grip Pitch Bend / Modulation Controls modification of its x 6
• Graphic LCD 240 x 96 dots (with backlit)
• Extension Expansion Card SRX: 1 connector, DIMM 1 connector (memory expansion for audio recording)
• External Storage PC Card: 1 connector (accepts SmartMedia and CompactFlash cards with a PC card adapter)
• Headphone Jacks, Output (L / MONO, R): jack 1/4 "inputs (L / MONO / MIC, R): jack 1/4", MIDI (IN, OUT), pedal socket retention, connection for foot control, USB port (file transfer + MIDI communication)
• Power DC 9V (AC adapter)
• Consumption 2.000mA
1022.8 • Dimensions (L) x 298.4 (D) x 101.6 (H) mm
• Weight 6.2 kg (without power adapter)
• Accessories Owner's Manual, CD-ROM (Publisher / Archiver / USB MIDI driver, SONAR LE), AC Adaptor (PSB-1U)
• Expansion Board Options waveforms: SRX Series, Keyboard Stand KS-12, KS-V7, Pedal (switch): DP-2, DP-8 Footswitch BOSS FS-5U, Pedal to Expression: EV-5


Manual very complete French 256 detailed pages, the use of synth is intuitive and editing sounds too.


The acoustic sounds, piano, organ ect fool very good!! This synth has about 1000 sounds so what to do and you can add more via the sampler or via a cart so we srx unlimited! .


I learned there is less than a week and try to adopt it, I already had a korgPa50 and yamaha mm6, and for me Roland is what I better! !

savor's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I love this machine"

Roland JUNO-G V2
No news!


The menus are easy to explore thanks to the big screen.
I love this synth because every time I use it I learn something new.
The weak point is the keyboard keys are too small. The synthesizer has the aftertouch but not the keyboard.
I would have liked a more slot for SRX.
A DIMM and CompactFlash card are required.


The sound can lack in realism, but for a group AC works very well. Solo a lot less.


I think when I bought it was the best choice for this synth line.
Today I would choose the Juno Stage.
I bought a Motif Rack XS to replace my juno in concerts. Well, after a week of using the pattern at home, I think my juno will do much together except for a few sounds much like the Juno Road. I prefer juno now before the pattern. That is why I increased the notes.

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