Juno-106 Emulated

US Cherry Audio releases the DCO-106      05/10/20

Cherry Audio has announced the release of the DCO-106 virtual polyphonic synthesizer.

A spokesperson told us...

"Recreating the sound of a classic synthesizer is no easy task. Inspired by the Juno-106, the DCO-106 lovingly recreates the unique sonic footprint of one of the most iconic 80's polysynths in exhaustive detail, while adding modern features for massively expanded creativity.

The DCO-106 is easy to understand and powerful to explore, creating a massive array of sonic landscapes, cutting lead sounds, warm and hazy pads, synthetic electro drums, and more. DCO-106 is standalone, and supports VST, AU and AAX plugin formats."

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