Synth Site: Roland: Juno 106 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Benny kliachko a part time user from nowhere writes:
Well, Did you know that the pizt sound you're all looking

is origionally found on this machine? JUNO 106.

I programmed it for 10 minutes and suddenly, it came,

amazing!!!!!

first you have to start with one patch that sounds almost

like the thing itself, then it's a matter of time.

JUNO 106 is one of the best analogue synths for techno

or trance which is affordable. 4

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:40
Danny Dickman a part time user from Spain writes:
Got mine from a second hand store for about $200 (suckers!!!!)and it sounds

great.

Good tweaks (specialy if you fiddle inside of it!!), good filters, a bit thin

but stil warm, Built like a tank and it loves my cakewalk (MIDI &quot;goers&quot; get one).

Good for any mid range,techno-house,analog loving studio.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:40
michael a part time user from The Gol Dang US of A writes:
Yes Ivo, is good. IS GOOD! Full-size keyboard, sliders for fast access, stays in tune, its a great machine for vintage noise. I've been able to fake combo organs and moogs (to an extent!) when needed. Build like a tank, don't forget that, nay-sayers. Good for MIDI work.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:40
Tommi a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
I just got this baby a few hours ago. At first I thought that I may have

been had, thinking that the sounds did all sound the same (just as everyone

seems to be saying). But after some tooling around I began to understand.

This thing isn't about the pre-set patches, hell, I don't think I have any

originals on-board. What this is made for is sounds creation. If you think

that all the sounds are the same, then you're not trying hard enough. With

all the sliders available for you to be used, there's no reason that any two

patches should sound the same. Once you figure it out, making and saving patches

is a snap. Yes, all of the sounds are those analogue synth sounds, but that's

what a lot of people want now anyways. Not an all-in-one type of synth, but

definitely cool for what it does...and it has MIDI! Get it if it's cheap.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:40
Brent Haeseker a 0 user from USA writes:
First of all, to the reviewers discription that the chorus is noisy is outright silly. This is Roland chorus, the same guys who made the JC-120 chorus amp. The chorus is clean and rich. If anything, it's too thick, and there's no blend amount- it's either full on or off. Also, SynthSite says it was released in 1980. MIDI didn't even exist intil 1983. And the Juno-106 has MIDI. 1984 is a better approximation. I have two Juno-106's and the related HS-60 and I love them whole-heartedly. They compare well to Jupiter-6's, stay in tune (Jupiter's don't/Juno's do) and are cheaper. They may not get used for every song I do, but they always earn there money when they are used. Also, they're fun as hell to twiddle around with after working on some fancy digital workstation synth. I will always own at least two.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:40
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