Synth Site: Roland: Juno 106 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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scott a hobbyist user from chicago writes:
this synth smokes. i bought a jp-8000 and sold it in 6 months to buy the 106. id even say it beats out the 60, though i may get some hate mail for it. i will never dump this thing. analogue + midi, what else does it need

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-18-1999 at 04:42
Random a professional user from canada writes:
oh.. you know... I forgot to give my opinion about the synth. It wasn't my first synth, I had a moog and an aol dalnalog korg whose name is not typable..(it would be a "A" or something if I had to give it a name...).. Anyways... Its a kickass synth. Im into hard and dirty psychedelic trance, and these (i got two of them) synths never stop to amaze me...

They can do mind-fucking lead lines.... Gut-wrenching basslines... Spacey pads to make you dream and fly away.. Most people complain about its simplicity.. I think it what makes it so unique. I had only a moog for 3 years and over I really learned how to make a monosynth do everything I want... When i got my juno... It was like heaven.. Of course.. if you're used to K2000s and stuff like that.. the 106 will seem childish to you and you probably won't even bother to get nasty sounds out of it. My advice is... buy one... unplug all your other synths... and spend some time with ONLY the juno... learn how to program it... This synth can split atoms and dephase reality in ways no other synths can.... Don't listen to the others saying its a simple basic floor model synth... I've been in the e-music industry for quite a fu****g big while now... And I would never part from my two 106... I'd rather sell my 303 before selling a knob-cap of one of my 106s....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-17-1999 at 13:44
synthsound a part-timer user from USA writes:
I've had my juno for about 5 years now, and I have it patched to a Korg 05rw sound module. If I ever learn how to program this thing, I'll be all set. I was born in 1978, and i grew up pretty much in the digital age as opposed to analog, nut I am appreciating this synth more and more everyday

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-17-1999 at 09:14
Brian Fuller a part-timer user from USA writes:
Just wanted to say that I sold my 106 about two years ago & have been kicking myself ever since. If you own one don't sell it...Learn how to program it to make sounds you like. No matter what new "virtual-synth" comes along that gets close it's never the same. This synth has laods of low end rumble that'll knock your socks off. Gotta go...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-16-1999 at 20:03
Groovy Groover a part-timer user from Finalnd writes:
This is another great synth from Roland. They know their stuff and it's so easy to get around with. With midi this is the ultimate house-techno-elektro-anything synth so get your's now! Personally i don't really like the looks but get one now before the prices rocket sky high.

posted Tuesday-Feb-16-1999 at 13:38
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