NAMM 2016: Roland Juno DS - Demo

Playable ideas machine has classic Roland PCM sounds      23/01/16

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The Roland Juno range has thrown a few extremely usable keyboards into the mix over its lifetime. In recent years the Juno DI was a pretty usable ideas and creative tool, as well as giving you a bunch of sounds for live playing. The new Juno DS, takes the playing part and simplifies the pattern creation.

Legendary Roland demonstrator Ed Diaz, showed us the Juno DS 88

  • Gig-ready instrument with pro sounds, enhanced performance features, and battery-powered operation
  • 88-note Ivory Feel-G Keyboard provides weighted-action feel in a lightweight design that's easy to transport
  • Includes all the sounds from the popular JUNO-Di, plus newly updated acoustic and electric pianos, additional organs, and other stage essentials
  • Wave expansion slot enables users to download new sound waveforms, available for free at Roland's Axial website
  • Sample import function for playing user WAV files on the JUNO-DS88's keyboard
  • Easy sound manipulation and editing with hands-on knobs and sliders
  • Eight Phrase Pads for triggering samples and audio songs stored on USB memory
  • Mic input and dedicated Reverb, Vocoder, and Auto Pitch effects for impressive vocal performances
  • Intuitive eight-track pattern sequencer with non-stop recording for quickly developing song ideas
  • USB audio/MIDI and DAW Control mode
  • Also available in 61 keys
More info: http://www.roland.com/products/juno-ds88/
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