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.
High synth patch for the Roland Juno 6/60 from When She’s Gone – Josh Fudge. Add some short delay/reverb.
Categories: analog, bright, lead, light
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.
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, reverse, strings
Add bender-controlled pitch variation for a vintage feel to this string-like lead tone.
Categories: strings, lead
Pretend the Juno has a mono mode for this lead. Use the LFO trigger to bring in vibrato on longer notes.
Categories: mono, lead
Bigger than life patch for chords, bass, really anything that needs to be bigger.
Categories: bright, bass, lead
Starts out with a harp-like pluck, then sustained with a synthy tone.
Categories: plucked, lead
Simple lead tone with a nice resonant boost on the filter. Use the bender set to control DCO for pitch bending.
Categories: lead, resonance
Clean and clear electronic lead somewhere between a harp and electric piano.
Categories: clean, lead
Super bright and percussive. Add top-end excitement to your arrangement.
Categories: percussion, bright, lead
From the manual: “When you get confused with operations or no sound comes out, return to this basic setting and start again.”
Categories: basic, lead