MATRIXSYNTH: Juno-106 Analog Synthesizer: A Complete Overview

Friday, March 15, 2024

Juno-106 Analog Synthesizer: A Complete Overview

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Roland Juno-106 Analog Synthesizer (1984) – All the Best Sounds

The Juno-106 is a polyphonic synthesizer with six voices.
It is an analog synthesizer but with digitally controlled oscillators and chorus effects.
Whereas its predecessor, the Juno-60, has 56 patches, the Juno-106 has 128.
It introduced Roland's performance lever for pitch bends and modulation, which became a standard feature of Roland instruments.
It also adds MIDI and was one of the first analog synthesizers to allow users to sequence parameter changes.

00:00 Juno 106 Intro
00:23 Juno-106 Analog Synthesizer: A Complete Overview"

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