Juno 6 for $620, should I get it?

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Re: Juno 6 for $620, should I get it?

Post by Bitexion » Mon May 29, 2017 8:59 am

No presets though..but the whole synth is a big sweet spot so shouldn't be hard to make something good with it.
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Re: Juno 6 for $620, should I get it?

Post by commodorejohn » Mon May 29, 2017 3:25 pm

Like, I've played a Juno-6 just once, during a couple hour stint at analoglsd's museum/studio, and that alone was enough to turn me around from not understanding why everybody was so freaky over a single-oscillator single-envelope DCO synth to totally getting it. That thing is magic.
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