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Roland JUNO-G

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Expert Review

Jonathan Block
24 March 2009
  • Excerpt: Some first impressions of the Roland Juno G. It is very light, a lot lighter than the Fantom S. Most of the casing is plastic, except for the top metal panel, which folds over the back. Besides the plastic, the external power supply cuts some of the weight; at least it's not a wall wart. The Juno G is about as long as the Fantom S/X, but not nearly as wide. Lots of buttons and controls on the surface, so there's little empty space anywhere on the synth.
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Roland Juno G

soundonsound.com
21 December 2012
  • Summary: Roland aren't making such claims, but I'd call the Juno G a synth, sequencer, audio recorder, drum machine and a sampler (near as dammit). With no superfluous features bolted on and nothing carelessly implemented, any corners cut are the ones you'd probably expect anyway.
  • Pros: Versatile, expandable workstation., Can function as a basic sampler, with up to 516MB of memory., Packed with a wealth of patches and MIDI-based drum loops.
  • Cons: The usual cons for an affordable workstation: no aftertouch, external power supply, no MIDI Thru or digital I/O.
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Overall 8
8.0

gianni34

Audiofanzine
14 May 2009
  • Excerpt: I use it for 6 months it suits me very well for my progressive rock band (like Dream Theater). I love the versatility of this synth. incomparable quality price ratio, but you must love the roland sound. I would do this choice!
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Overall 7
7.0

cotto

Audiofanzine
23 June 2008
  • Excerpt: I use it for 3 months bought nine 750 euros is a good product for the price AIM requires any thing before tournament roland
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Overall 8
8.0

parafuso

Audiofanzine
21 October 2007
  • Excerpt: After one week of use, I'm glad trs! Varis and sounds good, easy to use, provided the soft drinks are a real plus. His report is unbeatable qualitprix (compared to TR, X50 and MO6). I manipulbr />-X and the TR-50 (which sound really good but there are fewer features) Motif6es it (but it is not comparable) ...
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Overall 8
8.0

jfherts

Audiofanzine
1 September 2007
  • Excerpt: At most I use it, the more I tell myself that I made the right choice. I have long hsit with other models in the same price range. I find the report qualitprix really impressive. You can really do a lot of things with this keyboard. There are a few features that make using INTERESTED trs enjoyable. I just fear for her strong. It ...
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Overall 8
8.0

petitsynthe

Audiofanzine
24 April 2007
  • Excerpt: Purchased for 8 months, I am generally satisfied it is very well to models quickly but when the sound is even below what can be done with a computer the most: synthetic sounds in general the simple and powerful sequencer portable possibilities to record audio tracks that will be fully integrated with MIDI ...
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Juno-G

Music Tech Magazine
17 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Roland’s original Juno series of synthesizers was instrumental in defining the sound of pop and electro in the 80s, and enjoyed something of a renaissance in the early 90s with acid house and techno. You can still find original Junos online, but they’re not cheap and are few and far between. The recent Juno-D marked a return for the Juno name, although in reality it was more of a workstation than a synth.
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Overall 10
10

channelOD

Audiofanzine
6 September 2006
  • Excerpt: Ok it makes a synth bastard for some, but I would rather versatile ... You can do everything with ... And you saw the price?
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Overall 6
6.0

Anonyme

Audiofanzine
26 August 2006
  • Excerpt: How long have you use it? I speak in the pass I sold (and yes dj), so I used one week (I've certainly not seen everything, but the 3 / 4 of what I have seen no I was not given a clear desire to continue playing it). I read on a forum someone said that the juno g sounded less than the pro YAMAHA MO6 ... and I confirm! I...
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