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.
Trying to emulate the string section of a Roland RS-09 string synth.
Rhythmic beats from the LFO keep chords in motion for a nice, long time.
Categories: pad, motion
In the higher ranges, this makes for a nice harp-like sound. Works well with the arpeggiator. In the lower range, works well for bass.
Categories: plucked, melodic
From the manual: “When you get confused with operations or no sound comes out, return to this basic setting and start again.”
Categories: lead, basic