Synth Site: Roland: Juno 6 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Sim a professional user from France writes:
An ordinary and overrated synth. There are much better deals out there. The Juno 60 and 106 for a start. Unless you can get one really cheap, I wouldn't recommend one. The sounds are quite good. However, no memmories and old technology and an increasing parts shortage mean that owning this synth could always end up being a labour of love. Ask yourself, is it really worth it? If you really want a prehistoric keyboard, get yourself something more complex and professional. This was and is a limited, budget synth. Unfortunaely, as with the moog progidy, the prices and rep don't seem to reflect that.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-06-2002 at 05:32
Richard LaJaunie a part-time user from Richmond, VA USA writes:
I bought mine about six months ago for around $450 (I know, I know, I paid way too much). But still, this is the best synth I own, and probably the best I ever will. The idea of getting tired of it and selling it is completely ridiculous to me. Every day I find new weird sounds to make with it, and with an effects unit, I can't really see wanting for much. So what if it doesn't have MIDI!! You mean you actually have to play it? God forbid. If you have one, never let it go. If you want one, be sure that it'll be one of the best analog synths you'll ever purchase.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-May-17-2002 at 11:57
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TURN YOUR JUNO-6 INTO A SIX-OSC-STACKED MONOSYNTH!

Put your Juno into 'Unison' mode by holding down the Key Transpose button while switching the synth on. Then set the arpeggiator to 'UP'……stand back and press a key

To get it out of the test mode, turn the synth off and on again

This operation is part of the synth's built-in factory test mode

posted Wednesday-Mar-06-2002 at 05:16
Nicholas Kisler a hobbyist user from USA writes:
it's simplicity is it's main drawing factor. the filters aren't wonderful (they are more raw and aggressive than the 106, which can be good), but you can make some beautiful sounds very easily with it. I use it on basically all of my ambient tracks, and a fair bit for techno basses too. This was the second synth I ever bought, and I am very attached to it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-05-2002 at 22:54
Christian Stavri a part-time user from London writes:
Cubase and its Plugins, HA! This is the real thing in real time with no latency! Who in their right minds would pay out for a plugin when they can have the real thing for about £50 more? This is primal modeling synth heaven, now i can really start to apply my imagination without the frustrations of the P.C

posted Monday-Oct-01-2001 at 09:48
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