Roland JUNO-D 61-Key SynthesizerProduct #700558 Roland 700558 CGA Synthesizers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The Roland Juno D 61-Key Synthesizer is packed with hundreds of first-class sounds. You get expressive multi-effects, realtime performance controllers, and tools for groove creation and composition. The 61-note keyboard offers 64-voice polyphony and improved feel. 640 top-quality patches with split and layering capability are organized into categories for easy access. 20 rhythm sets, GM2 compatibility. 47 multi-effects. Powerful arpeggiator with 400 templates. Multi Chord memory for one-finger chord triggering; Rhythm Guide metronome. The awesome D-Beam controller offers intuitive sound control and front-panel control knobs enable instant fine-tuning. 2 tones can be assigned to each patch, and then split or layered. Mac/PC editing software included.
- 61-key synth with velocity
- 64-voice polyphony
- 16-part multitimbral capability
- 640 tones
- 20 rhythm sets
- 47 multi-effects
- 8 choruses
- 8 reverbs
- 32MB of Wave ROM
- Phrase/arpeggiator with 400 templates
- Multi-chord memory for one-finger chord triggering
- Rhythm guide metronome with presets and variations
- 128 user memory patches
- Separate tempo track
- Stores 100 user-programmable patterns or one song
- Dimension beam controller
JUNO-D 61-Key Synthesizer Specifications:
- Dimensions: 40-1/4"W x 11-1/2"D x 4-1/16"H
Weight: 11 lbs.
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the tones you can get out of this are unreal. I use it in piano class at psu and am definently sold. Great for lead lines chords and sound effects good emulations of most any instrument you could think of. If you're on a budget this is the synth for you.
I bought a Roland Juno-D a month or two ago and I'm totally impressed with it. The sounds are just unreal... great synth voices for rock and techno/trance. It's also got some really creepy sounding pads too. The arpeggiator is really cool if you wanto just jam out and the D-beam lets you mess with cutoff, volume, tones, and other effects just by moving your hand over it. The best thing about the Juno-D is that it's lightweight and easy to use, overall just a good keyboard, I highly recommend it to beginners and especially traveling musicians.
I bought the Roland Juno-D with the hopes of being able to transport it easily, something small, lightweight, but performs well. And it fit the bill perfectly. It's about 11 lbs. and not even 4 feet long. But not only it is perfect for transporting it has a lot of features that my 88 key pro synth doesn't even offer. It has some of the coolest synth voices I've heard. Pick this one up, trust me, for the price you can't go wrong.