Synth Site: Roland: Juno 6 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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olafmol writes:
the juno6 is a nice synth...simple architecture, knobs and sliders for every function...

btw, you can use a drumcomputer to sync the arpeggiator to Midi.....i use my boss DR550 for this, and when programming some irregular rymths in my dr550 i can get some really freaky stuff from my juno


posted Thursday-Apr-05-2001 at 05:48
Bruce Pilbeam a professional user from USA writes:
As an analogue collector I picked this up for $60. at a resale shop,chipped fake wood ends and all. F--k it,I never learned to play the fake wood ends anyway. This is the real deal folks! I use it solely in gigs with the arpegg. and hold button to fade into songs and people love it. This was the beginning in music-no need for memory or midi,just some imagination.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Apr-05-2001 at 04:21
ce from USA writes:
A juicy synth...Control its arpeggiator with a "triggering" drum machine...Hold down "transpose" button while turning it on to stack the oscillators and put it in a "semi-monophonic" state...C/V anything into its VCF input and it'll take on the characteristics of whatever's controlling it...No MIDI, No Memory, No (true) C/V...I could care less...I love it...It's worth the price they're going for these days...Better sounding than 106...caveman synth.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-26-2001 at 19:57
loophole a professional user from philadelphia, pa writes:
some of you maybe wondering why I gave this a 4. while its because there is no memory and no midi. I do love mine thoufh. It doesn't take very long to change a sound. the sliders are real nice and feel good in your hand. I team mine up with the sh101 for straight out live shows. If someone knows how to midi this thing then please e mail me. Anyway, this keyboard is a classic. You know what I change my mind, I give it a 5 because it gives me creative vision. I just always have it running through the es1 and constantly sample. by the way, I'm looking for a juno 106. I have a juno 2 and a 150 bucks. If someone wants to make me a deal, then please email me.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-18-2001 at 21:53
a professional user from berlin writes:
try running this machine´s sounds through harddisk recording plug-ins or other digital fx. you´ll find there´s so many more sonic possibilities to be had way beyond the trademark sounds we associate the juno with. and the smooth bottom end will still be right there with you.

posted Thursday-Mar-08-2001 at 21:30
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