Roland Juno-G


The Roland Juno-G is a synthesizer workstation released by Roland Corporation in 2004. It is a 61-key, 16-voice polyphonic synthesizer with a built-in sequencer and a variety of effects. It has been used by a variety of artists, including Daft Punk, The Chemical Brothers, and The Prodigy.

The Juno-G works by combining a variety of synthesis techniques, including subtractive synthesis, frequency modulation, and wavetable synthesis. It also features a variety of effects, including chorus, reverb, delay, and distortion. It also has a built-in sequencer, allowing users to create and store their own patterns and sequences. Additionally, it has a variety of performance features, such as arpeggiators, a vocoder, and a phrase recorder.

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