This video, via retrosound72, takes a look at the classic Roland Juno-60 analog synthesizer.
The Roland Juno-60 was originally released in 1982 and, even 30 years later, its massive analog sound has little competition.
“For me is the Juno-60 one of the best analog synthesizers ever,” notes Retrosound’s Marko Ettlich. “The bass and pad sounds are much better as from the big brother Jupiter-8. One of my Top 5 synths.”
The Juno-60 offers:
- 6 voices
- Digitally Controlled Oscillators (1 per voice)
- Resonant low-pass filter
- High-pass filter
- 61-note keyboard (no velocity or aftertouch)
- It’s pre-MIDI, but it supports Roland’s DCB
If you’ve used the Roland Juno-60, let us know what you think of it!
Image Ran Kirlian