Roland Juno 6/60 Patches

Roland Juno 6/60 presets

The Juno 6 and Juno 60 analog polyphonic synths offer quick editing with “one knob per function” design. Six voices of polyphony, only two waveform choices (plus a sub oscillator), resonant low-pass filter, one LFO, one envelope, on-board chorus and arpeggiator. Variable pulse width using pulse with modulation opens up sonic possibilities. These Juno 6 patches can also work as Juno 60 patches, JU-06 patches, and any software emulation.

A Storied Past by synthlib on Sep 06, 2016

Relaxed, light lead tone reminiscent of vintage movie soundtracks. The Juno 6 has stable oscillators, but we use the LFO to make it sound unstable.

Categories: lead

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MoonBeam by synthlib on Aug 30, 2016

LFO-modulated pulse width plus a darker filter make for some spacey, moving chords.

Categories: ambient, pwm

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Pierced by synthlib on Aug 01, 2016

Piercing, shrill and bright with long sustain and gradual darkening.

Categories: bright, clean, sustained

Revel by synthlib on Jun 30, 2016

This one feels like it is sounding in reverse due to the longer attack time and quick cutoff. Even more backwards: play legato for shorter, abrupt sounds. Play staccato for slightly sustained sounds.

Categories: lead, strings, reverse

Padrick by synthlib on Jun 27, 2016

Smooth, mellow pad. The filter starts out completely closed, with the envelope and keyboard range opening it up.

Categories: pad

Number 5 by synthlib on Jun 17, 2016

In case you were wondering what it sounded like with everything set to “5” (or 50%)

Categories: weird, wobble

Bowser by synthlib on May 25, 2016

Barky tone good for percussive chords. With the filter resonance relatively high, the envelope quickly sweeps the cutoff while also modulating pulse width.

Categories: resonance, chords

Weeble by synthlib on Apr 29, 2016

Using the LFO as the primary filter modulation source makes some fantastic wobble chords. Adjust the LFO speed to match your tempo.

Categories: chords, wobble

Stringey Lead by synthlib on Mar 29, 2016

Add bender-controlled pitch variation for a vintage feel to this string-like lead tone.

Categories: lead, strings

That High Part by synthlib on Mar 14, 2016

Chorusey plucked sound. Nice for high arpeggios.

Categories: plucked

Paddington by synthlib on Mar 08, 2016

Press the hold button for infinite sustain on this mellow pad.

Categories: pad

Chord Magic by synthlib on Feb 25, 2016

The filter-controlled envelope really shines here. Useful for full, sustained chords.

Categories: chord, bright

Space Time by synthlib on Feb 18, 2016

Familiar sci-fi-ish special effect with a slowly rising and falling pitch and rapid wobble.

Categories: sound effect

Face Off by synthlib on Feb 10, 2016

Adding resonance to a string-like sound with the envelope controlling both the DCA and the filter cutoff.

Categories: strings, resonance

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Solar Flare by synthlib on Feb 01, 2016

Bright sizzle decaying to warmth. Use the hold button for long, overlapping tones.

Categories: bright, ambient

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Lead Me Home by synthlib on Jan 26, 2016

Pretend the Juno has a mono mode for this lead. Use the LFO trigger to bring in vibrato on longer notes.

Categories: lead, mono

Big Boy Now by synthlib on Jan 17, 2016

Bigger than life patch for chords, bass, really anything that needs to be bigger.

Categories: lead, bass, bright

Thin Bass by synthlib on Jan 08, 2016

Why does every one want a fat bass? Who knows. Here’s a thin one.

Categories: bass

Plucked Lead by synthlib on Jan 04, 2016

Starts out with a harp-like pluck, then sustained with a synthy tone.

Categories: lead, plucked

String Bean by synthlib on Dec 29, 2015

Synthy stringy sound useful for patterns or sustained chords.

Categories: strings