MATRIXSYNTH: Syntaur Juno-107 Programmable Polyphonic Synthesizer

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Syntaur Juno-107 Programmable Polyphonic Synthesizer

Synth Wizards Episode 2: Juno We Could Make It Do That? Published on Dec 27, 2016 Syntaur

via this auction

"One of a kind custom Juno 106 for sale with 6 new voice chips!

Syntaur pulled out all the stops to make this amazing one-of-a-kind synthesizer! They have taken a classic Roland Juno-106, and added some very cool new features:
Patch Sweep function that cycles through the eight programs in any bank at an adjustable speed, making for an animated barrage of sound
Audio Input that lets you route any line-level audio signal through the Juno's silky chorus effect
All-new Analogue Renaissance voice chips that will last a lifetime
Standard AC inlet that uses a common IEC power cable
Lighted clear bender, all new LEDs, chromed knobs and buttons, and custom panel graphics
The making of this synthesizer was documented in Episode 2 of 'Synth Wizards', in Syntaur’s video web series. (See video below - you can see the final synth and hear it in action beginning at 18:50.)"

Note this one was previously posted back in 2017 here.

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