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With the JU-06A Roland presents the virtual-analog reproduction of the two synthesizer classics Juno 60 and Juno 106 in one dev...  All product info

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Roland JU-06A

Juno 60/106 replicant

With the JU-06A, Roland presents the four-voice, virtual-analog reproduction of the two synthesizer classics Juno 60 and Juno 106 in one device. The JU-06A is now the 14th instrument in Roland's boutique series and is dedicated to two synthesizer legends. With the addition "A" in the name, Roland has given the JU-06, which was released a few years ago, a great update and accommodated both Junos under one hood. Since the structure of both originals is almost identical, it was easy to take over the user interface 1:1. The simplicity of the classic subtractive signal path of both Junos is also to be owed to its large popularity, because "musical" results can be produced with most setting. Layers, pads, brass, basses and much more belong to the typical sound repertoire of the historic Juno series. Of course, the popular chorus effect was not abandoned, which has a decisive share in the overall sound. A completely new addition is a delay effect.

Sequencers & Playing aids

The toggle switch determines which Juno is currently used. Each instrument has 64 memory locations. Chord mode and sequencer each have 16 memory locations and can be used for both synths like the arpeggiator.

Differences Juno-60 vs. Juno-106

Since both originals are each equipped with a DCO (Digital Controlled Oscillator) and the same functionality, the fine difference can be found in the control of the tone generator, the formation of the waveforms and the smoothing of the pitch parameters. There are also small but audible differences between the filters. The most striking difference is probably the arpeggiator contained in the Juno-60, which the 106 didn't have.

The Roland JU-06A:

  • Reproduction of the Juno 60 / 106 Synthesizer
  • Two classics in one device
  • Four-part polyphony
  • Oscillator with saw tooth and rectangle with PWM
  • Suboscillator
  • Noise generator
  • Highpass filter
  • 24dB lowpass filter
  • VCA with envelope or gate mode
  • ADSR envelope
  • LFO
  • Chorus
  • Delay
  • Arpeggiator
  • Chord mode
  • Sequencer
  • Manual mode
  • 2x 64 memories (Juno 60 and Juno 106)
  • Analog clock input

Roland Boutique JU-06A Synthesizer (JUNO-106 & JUNO-60)

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Construction / Number of Keys: Desktop without keyboard
  • Velocity sensitive: Yes
  • Sound Generation: Digital
  • Arpeggiator: Yes
  • Number of Faders: 17
  • Number of Knobs: 2
  • Number of Keys: 28
  • Display: Yes
  • USB MIDI Interface: Yes
  • USB AUDIO Interface: Yes
  • Headphone Connection: Yes
  • Mounting Options: MIDI Step Sequencer
  • Speakers: Yes
  • MIDI Interface: Yes
  • LINE IN: Yes
  • LINE OUT: Yes
  • Weight (kg): 1
  • Batteries Included: Yes
  • Illuminated Buttons: Yes
  • Integrated Effects Processor: Yes
  • Polyphony: 4
  • Power Supply: Battery, USB
  • Width (cm): 30
  • Height (cm): 4.9
  • Depth (cm): 12.8
  • Colour: Black
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