Roland MKS-7 & MIDI Club Juno CTRL

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Roland MKS-7 & MIDI Club Juno CTRL

Post by Electroluver » Sat Dec 19, 2015 4:32 am

This is a local company that builds/codes/designs juno controllers from scratch.
http://midiclub.net/
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Re: Roland MKS-7 & MIDI Club Juno CTRL

Post by Music Maven » Sun Dec 27, 2015 10:46 pm

Does the Juno CTRL actually work with the MKS-7? I thought the Juno CTRL worked only with the Alpha Juno and MKS-50 (and their variants). The MKS-7 is basically a rack mount, preset Juno 106. As such, the MKS-7 has a different SysEx implementation (and synth architecture) from the Alpha Juno series.

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Re: Roland MKS-7 & MIDI Club Juno CTRL

Post by Z » Mon Dec 28, 2015 1:01 am

Yeah, the website does not mention anything about the MKS-7 or Juno 106, only the alpha Juno series of synths.

$229 is still a great price for a PG-300 alternative.
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Re: Roland MKS-7 & MIDI Club Juno CTRL

Post by Music Maven » Mon Dec 28, 2015 2:07 am

Z wrote:Yeah, the website does not mention anything about the MKS-7 or Juno 106, only the alpha Juno series of synths.

$229 is still a great price for a PG-300 alternative.
Yeah, even though I own a Kiwi Patch Editor (which is great, btw,) I will probably pick up a Juno CTRL just to have a dedicated controller to use with my MKS-50. :-)

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