The Roland Juno-60 is a polyphonic analog synthesizer released by Roland in 1982. It is one of the most popular synthesizers of the 1980s and has been used by a variety of artists, including Depeche Mode, New Order, The Cure, and The Human League.
The Juno-60 is a six-voice polyphonic synthesizer with a 61-note keyboard. It features two oscillators per voice, a low-pass filter, an envelope generator, and a chorus effect. It also has a built-in arpeggiator and a memory for storing up to 64 patches.
The Juno-60 is known for its warm, analog sound and its ability to create a wide range of sounds. It is capable of producing a variety of sounds, from bass and lead lines to pads and strings. It is also capable of creating complex soundscapes and textures.