The first in a series of amazingly affordable quality synthesizers from Roland's Juno family. The Roland Juno 6 is a vintage (pre-MIDI) six-voice polyphonic synthesizer keyboard that features a basic 1 oscillator per voice architecture. Despite the basic architecture, though, the Juno 6 synth’s filters and chorus help give it a huge sound.
The Roland Juno-6, the first in the quintessential ‘80s Juno family, is many things, but it is not a one-trick pony. Despite its simple design and single oscillator, this vintage polyphonic analog synth can pack a punch, giving you huge string chords, thin, warbling notes, and even sounds that will drop you right into a classic John Carpenter horror flick.
- Polyphony - 6 voices
- Oscillators - DCO: pulse, saw, and square
- LFO - rate and delay
- Filter - non-resonant high pass and resonant low pass
- VCA - level, ADSR and gate
- Keyboard - 61 note keyboard (no velocity or aftertouch)
- Arpeg/Seq - External JSQ-60 Sequencer
- Effects - Chorus (2 types)
- Memory - None
- Control - Filter Control In, Ext Clock In
- Date Produced - 1982
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