MATRIXSYNTH: Learn how to use a Roland Juno 60 Synthesizer Tutorial and Tape Interface Patch Bank

Monday, June 28, 2021

Learn how to use a Roland Juno 60 Synthesizer Tutorial and Tape Interface Patch Bank

video upload by T O N E L A B

"In this demo, I take you on a tour through Roland's most popular single-oscillator, synth from 1982... The Juno 60! a rich sounding, yet very modest synth..some pedigree declare it the finest single-osc. ever?! ..hmm, but it is tough trying to think of something that gives this thing shade!

First half of this demo is a virtual 'walk-thru' of the features.. then towards the end is a walk-through of how to use the Tape Interface to backup the sound-patches to a D.A.W. (Logic Pro X)

0:00 Introduction
1:43 DCB
2:06 Transpose & Hold
3;35 Arpeggio
6:29 LFO
8:49 DCO
13:40 HPF
14:07 VCF
19:50 Chorus
21:56 VCA
26:23 Memory
28:57 VCF Jack
29:28 Bender (DCO, VCF, LFO Trig & Octave Transpose)
31:17 Manual Button
31:34 Tape Interface
34:38 Patch Memory Tone

Accessories mentioned:
MIDI--to-DCB Converter -
Moog Expression Pedal for VCF -"

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