Synth Site: Roland: Juno 106 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Henke a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
I just bought my 106 in perfect condition for about 400$ last week and I have to say that this synth is extremly easy to get into.

Just touch some sliders and put chorus on and you will already get an idea of what this synth is capable of.

If you can lay your hands on it ,don't hesitate for a second.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-17-2003 at 03:47
Resonator a part-time user from United kingdom writes:
I own both the Juno 106 and the JX305 & they're both superb synths. This is how I call it, the Juno 106 was there first in the heyday of electro music and got used by alot of famous musicians. So it got a healthy reputation. It is great for bass, strings & nice pads & effects. But it is meant to be used as part of a musical set-up you can't make a complete dance track with it. The JX305 on the other hand isn't as fat as the Juno overall, but is very capable. You want a great bass patch, forget the bass presets. You simply go to square lead 2, tweak the attack, decay, depth, cutoff & resonance. And you will get a bass that is as fat and heavy as anything you've ever heard. The major advantage that the JX305 has is you can edit the drums and add effects to get some awesome results. As a pure synth the Juno 106 is great, but if you're on a budget and want a superb dance music workstation. Then I would go for the JX305. It all depends on your situation. Anyway thats my two-pence peace!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-31-2003 at 19:36
a professional user writes:
perfectly priced, if oyu can make sounds, it will last you forever. it does almost everything perfectly.. can be used in many types of music. and my fav artists use this or the juno 60..

the cure, legendary pink dots, william orbit, velvet acid christ, etc etc...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-24-2003 at 01:45
Michael a professional user from New York U.S writes:
The Roland Juno 106 is an excellent synth but too limited and overpriced. If you want a great Roland synth for putting together killer dance tracks then get the Roland JX305, it is far superior to the Juno 106 in sonic capabilities & features. And even has effects & onboard sequencing, and is cheaper on the second hand market. I owned a Juno 106 until I heard my friends JX305 & what it could do. I sold the Juno 106 and got the JX305, now musical ideas are a joy to lay down.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-23-2003 at 18:43
Arild a hobbyist user from Norway writes:
A fun, easy and OK sounding analog synth. You can make a lot of good sounds with this one. But you have to invest a little time...to get to know the lady.

Good midi specs. for its time. All sliders send midi data. Great stuff!.

Get to know this lady, and you will love her.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-14-2003 at 20:54
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