Synth Site: Roland: Juno 6 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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andrew a professional user from windsor\detroit\montreal writes:
i just picked up a juno-6 today and am unsure if i can sequence it at all. my studio is in mtl, i am in windsor today, and have to wait to get home to hook it up. i use sync, cv, and midi @ home. the juno doesn,t appear to have any of these!? can it be sequenced, and/or can it be retro-fitted to do so, either midi, or CV? thanx, andrew!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-06-2004 at 18:40
andrew from windsor\detroit\montreal writes:

posted Tuesday-Jan-06-2004 at 18:35
John a hobbyist user from Anglesey, UK writes:
I just got mine today, took a while to arrive by post and in that time i was starting to regret buying it. But after just one minute of mucking about that soon went, this is an excellent synth. within a few minutes I'd knocked out a cpl of decent basslines with it. Spot on!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-12-2003 at 17:03
Vaughan a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
Oh you silly,silly people! You don't need MIDI to have a good time! Or to trigger the arpeggiator for that matter. The Juno's "clock-in" is simply triggered by an audio signal. If you have an audio source that will trigger the arpeggiator (the "trigger out" on my Yamaha CS-15d does this) you can record the signal onto your computer and trigger the Juno that way. I have done this and use the trigger sample in Fruity Loops so I can synchronise the Juno with a drum pattern. And the best part is, you can decide where each note hits! MIDI indeed!

Yes it is a nice synthesizer but I disagree with those who think it is good for bass. It's quite a cold sounding synthesizer for something that's supposed to be analogue. Still it's very good value for money. You'd be hard pressed to find a cheaper synth with this much slider control.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-04-2003 at 20:10
BOBBY a part-time user from DALE CITY, VA, USA writes:
Picked mine up on E-Bay for 68 bucks and change. works perfectly! I'm used to using SH-101s, Poly 800s and a really beat to hell moog killing highly modified '106. This puppy is a breeze to use. Want some really wild sounds? I jumpered a Toneworks AX1G guitar effects pedal in between the synth and amp. alternate the pedal and bender and you have sounds that are soooooo trancy! seriously, I'm a hands on person so a older (and a lot cheaper) synth fits the bill!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-01-2003 at 03:02
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