Synth Site: Roland: Juno JX-3P Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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DICK WILLY JOHNSON a 0 user from SHLITSBERG writes:
THIS IS WRITEN FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GUY FROM THE NETHERLANDS

WITH NO E MAIL IN ORDER TO SAVE THERE IS A SWITCH ON THE BACK OF

THE SYNTH THAT PROTECTS THE MEMORY YOU HAVE TO SWITCH IT TO

THE PROGRAMMER OPTION. I BELEIVE THIS WILL LET YOU SAVE. I'M NOT

REALLY SURE BECAUSE I HAVEN'T TRIED IT MYSELF BECAUSE I JUST PROGRAM

IT DIFFERENTLY EVERY TIME I USE IT AND I REMEMBER WHAT DOES WHAT

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:40
Ted Bettein a part time user from Minneapolis, Minnesota,USA writes:
I loved the JX3P when I first bought it. I was lucky to find it with the Pg 200. I realize it would not be the greatest intrument without it. The Pg 200 is great little controller, it allows me to do things you could dom with a bigger, more expensive synth. It was only when I got a sequencer thatn i realized the JX3Ps' downside. It sucks that you can't control sounds via midi. But all in all it is a good, inexpensive, performance synth.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:40
Loom a professional user from slovenia writes:
i love the jx3p. it has the greatest strings and it never fails to surprise me. if you can get it with the programmer it's another plus.with the programmer you can play for hours and make incredible sounds. just get it and you'll love each moment you spend with it.. nothing more to say)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:40
Joachim a 0 user from Norway writes:
Small update to all of you: My project to make a PG200 replacement is now gaining momentum, and the first

prototype should be ready for testing early next week. As of now, the PG-2XX

(couldn't think of a better name for it, any suggestions?) is functionally

similar to the PG-200, with the same number of knobs and switches. No MIDI yet,

I'll save that for Mk II... Future plans: Tossing the switches, installing 2x40 character display, and

implement MIDI in the PG-2XX, so that it can use both MIDI and the programmer

at the same time (only needs a very small mod of the JX-3P itself, merely

replacing the switch on the back with something faster (74-series solid state)).

Hopefully that, along with some halfway intelligent buffering in the PG-2XX

should do the trick.. Happy tones to all of you, and just mail me if you want to build something

like it..

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:40
ELECTROID a 0 user from Germany writes:
IT`S ONE OF THE FATTEST BASS-MACHINES I KNOW. FORGET MACHINES LIKE THE

NOVATION BASSSTATION. WITH THE "DYNAMIC-CHIP" I CAN MAKE SOUNDS TWEAKING

LIKE A TB-303. IN THE MOMENT I´M TRYING TO FIND A WAY TO USE THE PG-200

WHILE THE 3P`S RECIEVING MIDI. I`LL MAKE IT!!!!!!

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