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.
To celebrate the new Star Wars movie coming out this week, here is a spacey laser effect.
Categories: sound effect
Get that vintage lo-fi transistor organ sound. Trigger the vibrato with the LFO trigger button near the bender.
Categories: organ, lo-fi
Made for arpeggiation, this patch almost sounds like the crazy modular music the kids are making these days. Set the Juno’s arpeggiator to up/down, range: 2 while playing interesting chords.
Categories: bright, arp, arpeggio
Makes your Juno sing with a warm and resonant tone that fluctuates slightly in pitch and tone for a human feel.
Categories: pad, resonance
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: lead, clean
Filter and volume sweep together plus fat Roland chorus.
Categories: pad, bright
Huge, bright, attention-grabbing chords.
Categories: chord, bright
Super bright and percussive. Add top-end excitement to your arrangement.
Categories: lead, bright, percussion
Versatile clean bass—almost like a bass guitar
Categories: bass, clean
Trying to push the limits of the Juno 6 with a choir patch. This might work with lots of reverb.
Wonderfully unrealistic string sound with LFO controlled pulse width modulation and envelope controlled filter with resonance. Use it anywhere strings could work, but you want something un-natural.
Categories: pad, strings
If you need a piano sound and all you have is a Juno 6, this might work. Not exactly a piano, but plays like one.
These low-key chords will glue a sparse mix together.
Categories: pad, chord
Starts with a click adding some extra presence when mixed with the bass drum.
Horribly electronic tom toms. Good for 80s reminiscing.
Highly resonant bass tone like you might find on a TB-303.
Brass horn inspired lead. Use the bender to dynamically adjust the filter while playing to simulate the air moving faster or slower through the horn.
Categories: brass, horn
Bright with a gradual moving filter and shimmery chorus
Categories: chord, bright
Here’s a useful synth bass with a fairly open filter and resonance for lots of sizzle. Hold notes for a bit of LFO vibrato.