An instant classic, the Roland Juno synths have a flair for bringing warmth to any track they touch. With the killer combo of digital oscillators and that legendary chorus sound, the Juno synths are a true beast. With these 138 patches for TAL U-NO-LX, you’ll have the recognizable full range of classic Juno sounds at your fingertips.
That Juno Chorus
The Juno-60 came equipped with an arpeggiator function. You’ll find a variety of arpeggiator patches, including Chiptune Chords, Stranger Things Arps and Synthwave Basslines, that trigger DAW-synced 8th note basslines, perfect for synthwave music and driving basslines!
Although usually associated with chorused chords and leads, the Juno synths could also provide some monster bass. The patches are divided into Brassy, Long and Plucked, letting you easily find a bass patch for your production. The sounds run the gamut from thin, soulful basses to huge, powerful tones, and also included are some rumbling basses perfect for soundtrack work.
The combination of digital oscillators and an analog chorus is a great combination for ambient pads. Some of my favourite presets are the Drifting Keys patches, reminiscent of Boards of Canada, the self-explanatory Ambient Eno patches, and the Ethereal patches that take U-NO-LX into strange places.
The patches are perfect for use in psychedelic, indie, ambient and synthwave music, and were designed to inspire new compositions. The original Juno specialises in chorused-leads, swirling pads and huge bass sounds, and you’ll find all the Tame Impala, Mac DeMarco, Pond, Homeshake and Timecop1983 patches from my tutorials in this preset bank alongside patches that push the Juno sound to new limits.