Roland Juno-6


The Roland Juno-6 is a polyphonic analog synthesizer released by Roland in 1982. It is a 6-voice synthesizer with a 61-note keyboard and a built-in chorus effect. It is capable of producing a wide range of sounds, from bass and lead lines to pads and strings. It has been used by a variety of artists, including Depeche Mode, New Order, and The Cure.

The Juno-6 works by generating sound waves using analog oscillators and filters. It has two oscillators per voice, allowing for a wide range of sounds. It also has a low-pass filter, an envelope generator, and a noise generator. The Juno-6 also has a built-in chorus effect, which adds a lush, shimmering sound to the overall sound. Additionally, it has a built-in arpeggiator, which allows for the creation of complex patterns. Finally, it has a built-in memory, allowing users to store up to 64 patches.

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