Synth Site: Roland: Juno 6 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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KLas a professional user from Belgium writes:
The Juno 6 can be retrofitted or controlled by a midi->CV converter.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-06-2000 at 10:44
Brad The Epic Trance a part-time user from Manchester UK writes:
I have fallen in love.......With my little studio... I actually spent quite a bit of money on my juno 6 only 1 month ago, it was in one of those horrible pawn shop thingys and it was £149 of which I thought they must be having a laugh!!!

But I asked if I could have a quick go and plugged it in to their P.A and $^%£ me I thought this thing sounds heavenly, I NEED it!!!!! One good thing is that the beauty does not even have a slight blemish on the paintwork and the wood ends are STILL like brand new, whoever owned either never used it or kept wrapped in wool! I love modelling those twisting raspy sounds that trance lovers like me just want to make sweet tender love to!!!!!

I wonder if there is anyone out there who has an alpha juno that would put it in a hotel for a night with my juno 6 I`m interested in cross breeding them hooveryrasps that could maybe have midi in !! ha ha.

Well I took mine apart and looked near the keyboard scanning chip and say the little array of pins and wonder if some sort of midi could be hooked up to it is there any way of sequence it without sampling it ???? please help and if you cant it would be excellent to hear from you all coz we all own something special! a JUNO 6

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-06-2000 at 10:29
Luke.w a part-time user from Australia writes:
I had the incredibly good fortune of finding one of these things on someones pile of rubbish. Needless to say I took it home and was amazed at the delicious array of sounds you can tweak out of this baby. It rocks. I must get one of those MIDI/CV converters so I can sync it up to the dodgy ol' TR 505 someone was nice enough to give me. Old school analogue and built like a truck. Hours of knob twiddling pleasure.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-05-2000 at 20:44
Alec Duncan a part-time user from Perth, Western Australia writes:
I bought my juno 6 NEW in about 1983 when it had just been superseded by the 60. It cost me $700 Australian (down from about $1500 on release). It really is a great synth lots of fat sounds and the reverse polarity on the envelope follow gives some really strange "spacey" sounds. You can get a killer hammond patch with the VCF res self-oscillating. Adjust the VCF frequency till the self oscillation is a fifth above the played note. It screams.

Its just about bullet-proof. I gigged mine for about 3 years. I didn't even have a road case for it and it survived the usual road trauma as well as a car accident with it in the back seat. Oh and having a bookcase full of books fall on it when I was kinda drunk...

Only damage is cosmetic apart from a slightly dodgy pitch bend lever. Cool.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-24-2000 at 10:38
Jesse Veverka a part-time user from USA writes:
I had a Juno that I borrowed from a friend a year ago and this was my first experience with it. I loved it! Unfortunately my friend took it back and I was left with out, so I just HAD to aquire one of my own and I did. I use it alot. True, it has no midi, but who cares? For some of us it is actually FUN to play a keyboard. Its filters are better then the 106, and its looks are so old school that its priceless! DCO's are great because they don't go out of tune. This thing is the GREATEST for lush pads and weird noises. I have a Nord Rack 2 wich I love, but for those tell tale Juno pads the 6 is unbeatable. pick one up for about half of a 106 and you won't be sorry!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-17-2000 at 03:41
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