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Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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rhudz f. a part-time user from dipolog,philippines writes:
i just bought my new synth roland JUNO-D and i found it so amazing!!! so great for stage performance, and really exceeded my expectations,,awesome patches like brass,strings as well as pianos...most the synths,GREAT!!! NICE ROLAND JUNO-D

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-27-2009 at 23:41
jhunz a professional user from phillipines writes:
Piotr Wiszniewski:

in order to sustain the sounds when transferring to a differnt sound, be sure to be in the performance mode to have that effect..press the performance button then press the button below it which is the part button.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-09-2009 at 21:52
John Dunning a part-time user from United Kingdom writes:
I play this keyboard as part of a worship team in a church fellowship, many times being a sole instrument, usually piano and strings.

My previous keyboards have been a Yamaha PSR7000, Yamaha DGX505, and now the Juno D, which to be honest I purchased because finances were very limited.

All I can say is that I'm in love with it! I must admit that the arpeggiator and rythym guide etc., I steer clear of to the extent I haven't got a clue what they do. But the sound quality of many of the tones just played free hand is simply exquisite. Plus the keyboard has a very nice feel to it.

It's extremely light, and yet seems fairly sturdy, apart from some of the knobs, which although none have been damaged, I'm not totally convinced are that strong.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-10-2008 at 06:04
wilcoss bazile a part-time user from Canada writes:
The Juno D mmmmmmh! This keyboard in terms of sounds its an amazing powerfull intrument.In a way much better than my Roland xp-10.Piano sounds are very nice I especially like the electric pianos collection!Thats poor people juno g with less parameters but its still very very flexible.Thank God this time they put more effects intead of traditional Chorus and Reverbs!So now I could program My own leslie effects for my nice organ in my jam!The string are fantastique!At least still got a filter to play with and an envelope to tweak my sound wich still control my filter.Very portable!Personally i think the sounds cover all styles of music.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-03-2007 at 09:33
Piotr Wiszniewski a part-time user from Poland writes:
I have my Juno-D for about half of a year. I use it live to play with a band (weddings and stuff like that...). It's perfect. The pianos, organs, strings and pads which I use in most cases are great. I didin't spent much time on editing but the presets I've made realy satisfied me. I'm very happy that bought this synth.

There are two main disadvantages for me. First - different levels of presets. Sometimes I must keep my hand near the volume knob. But it isn't so bad. The worse thing (second disadvantage) is that if I want to switch the patch when I need to do so, the sound dissapears even if I hold my sustain pedal. Sometimes it really makes me angry.

That's all. In my opinion the Juno-D is a great synth to make a peformance for people who don't have much money.

I agree with Margus from Estonia that it is a very big jump between old Yamaha's keyboards and synth like Juno-D. I still have my PSR-220 :).

Greetings to all of the Juno-D users:)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-10-2006 at 06:57
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