fix oscillator in Roland SynthPlus 60

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fix oscillator in Roland SynthPlus 60

Postby Snax » Fri Mar 02, 2018 6:53 pm

Hi all,

I've had a Roland SynthPlus 60 (basically a Juno in a different casing) for years and occasionally I run into this problem when certain keys are much quieter than others. This keyboard has six oscillators and one of them appears to be problematic. I remember there is a way somehow that I can reset the oscillators and get them all up and running again, but can't seem to find anything on the interwebs about it. Anyone out there got any tips? I'm fine with giving the keyboard a hard reset, but now sure how to do that either.

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Re: fix oscillator in Roland SynthPlus 60

Postby fh991586 » Wed Mar 14, 2018 3:55 pm

You should check first if all voices are good.
http://www.analoguerenaissance.com/JUNOTEST/
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Re: fix oscillator in Roland SynthPlus 60

Postby Snax » Fri Jan 25, 2019 4:16 pm

Thanks!

I made the test and it seemed like a couple of the voice chips were quieter than the others. For some reason though, when I went back into regular mode, the keyboard sounded a lot worse!! Lots of distorted keys and some that wouldn't play AT ALL!

In the past, this problem has somehow fixed itself. Was hoping this would be the case this time but doesn't seem so.
Guess it's time for the repair shop unless someone can suggest how I can fix this myself without opening up the whole keyboard (not a gear head here).

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