Roland Juno 60

The Roland Juno-60 is a 61-key six-voice polyphonic analog synthesizer manufactured by Roland between 1982 and 1984. The successor to the Roland Juno-6, the Juno-60 adds a patch memory of 56 presets while keeping many of the same features. It offers on-board chorus effects, digitally-controlled analog oscillators, low-pass and high-pass filters, and the option to arpeggiate and sequence notes when connected with the JSQ-60 sequencer. Although it doesn't offer MIDI functionality like its successor the Roland Juno-106, the Juno-60 is often regarded as having a better sound than the Juno-106. The Juno series is renowned for its influence on electronic music, and the Juno-60 is considered a classic vintage synth.

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Keys 61 Keys with no velocity
Main Panel 7 segments display
27 push buttons
21 sliders
6 position switches; on the left side there is a bender for both pitch and modulation.
Voice The main core CPU NEC D8049C manages 6 voices polyphony, subtractive synthesis engine mainly based on VCA BA662 - same found on Jupiter 8 or JX-3P + filter IR3109 and MN BBD chorus effect circuit.
4 Summable Waveforms Square variable width
square - suboscillator
white noise.
Back Panel Connectors Stereo out (3 impedance levels)
headphones out
cutoff CV control
clock input for arpeggio sync
tape interface
program change pedalswitch input
hold pedalswitch input
DCB interface control.

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