MATRIXSYNTH: Introducing the Roland Juno 106 Analog Synthesizer from 1984

Friday, August 06, 2021

Introducing the Roland Juno 106 Analog Synthesizer from 1984

video upload by TONELAB

"In this viewtorial, I provide an in depth look at all the features on one of Roland's most popular synthesizers.. the notorious Juno 106 from 1984, the first of the Juno's with MIDI!

First up, a small demo noodle, then a short introduction.. then a comprehensive walk-through of all the features including 'how to back up your patches' with the Tape Interface!

Plus, a big shout out to all the Tonelab-tubers out there who've helped me reach a thousand members 🤓🍿

0:00 Demo
0:57 Introduction to the Juno 106
1:40 Patch Shift
2:00 Hold Pedal
2:20 Master Tune
2:40 SysEx
3:40 Manual Button
3:52 LFO
6:21 DCO
11:25 HPF
12:49 VCF
21:10 VCA
22:43 ENV
25:40 Chorus
27:10 MIDI button
27:48 Key Transpose
28:48 Poly Modes
30:38 Portamento
32:30 Bender
35:18 Patch Write
36:38 Function
37:10 Memory Protect
37:35 Tape Interface (saving and loading patches)"

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