Juno-6 Sounds

Goldbaby releases the FatJuno-6 for EXS-24 and Kontakt 3      10/03/10

Juno-6 Sounds


Goldbaby has released the FatJuno-6 for EXS-24 and Kontakt 3. Here's what he has to say about it...
The Juno-6 was the first in the Juno series of Synthesizers. Released in 1982 it has become a legend for its warm, full sound and lush analog chorus. Intially this synth was going to be part of Fatso Synths Vol 2. However it became obvious early on that this synth, through the UBK Fatso, deserved its own product... I'm proud to present The FatJuno-6! EXS-24 version contains:
  • 140 x patches
  • There are 5 patch folders:
    • Juno6_GoldPresets_Mono
    • Juno6_GoldPresets_Poly
    • Juno6_Layered
    • Juno6_Raw
    • Juno6_SingleCycle_Osc
  • 1630 x 24 bit wav samples
Kontakt 3 version contains:
  • 140 x patches
  • There are 6 patch folders:
    • Juno6_Arp
    • Juno6_GoldPresets_Mono
    • Juno6_GoldPresets_Poly
    • Juno6_Layered
    • Juno6_Raw
    • Juno6_SingleCycle_Osc
  • 1630 x 24 bit wav samples
Most of the instruments are multisampled. Only the single cycle ocsillator patches are not.
Every sound has passed through the UBK Fatso to give you that super sweet analog tone!
Pricing and Availability:
$49 USD More information:

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