Juno 60 Emulation

Togu Audio Line announces the TAL-U-NO-LX      19/06/12
Juno 60 Emulation

Togu Audio Line are currently working on their first commercial product, a new Juno-60 emulation with a fully rewritten new engine and GUI. They say that up to date zero feedback delay filters and carefully calibrated controls make this synth a good replacement for the analog device with all the advantages software plug-ins have and that it's even possible to recreate old Juno patches from an existing patch sheet.
As an addition, the U-NO-LX also supports portamento and different LFO waveforms and some more useful features. An arpeggiator with different sync modes and hold function is also included. This new version will also be available as a 64bit OSX AU and VST plug-in. TAL tells us that it was hard to calibrate a synth that has different envelope times on every voice, but say that they even copied this to some degree. Pricing and Availability:
Available in a few weeks and TAL promise that it won't be expensive.
(People that donated 17$ or more until the 11.06.2012 will get a free license as a thank-you) More information:
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    3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    mattsynth    Said...

    i wish Roland would come out with a new hardware version of the Juno 60. Emulations just don't cut it for me.

    19-Jun-12 07:59 AM

    cr78    Said...

    ms, just imagine a dual DCO + subOsc......;)

    20-Jun-12 01:08 AM

    Dr. Feelgood    Said...

    I listened to all of the A/B comparisons of the Juno 60/Uno 60 and I have to say I am super impressed and am going to buy this thing ASAP. GREAT JOB.

    22-Jun-12 10:35 AM

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