Roland have released the ‘80s styled Juno-X which in contrast incorporates the latest music-making features.
With a vintage design it fits within Roland’s new range of analogue polysynths however, by using a ZEN-Core engine, Juno is digitally powered with a vocoder KV-5080 presets and more.
The synth has an interface with classic sounds along with a “natural evolution of the historic Juno voice.”
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This new model has “fatter sounds” due to an improved version of the SuperSaw waveform as well as a new Chorus III mode.
It’s mixture of capabilities is described to take you “wherever your music lives—past, present, or future”
Watch the video on the Roland Juno-X below.
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The Roland Juno-X is priced at $1,999,99 and find out more about it here.
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