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Roland Juno-G

Though its case style may look a lot like its 1980's analog predecessor, the Juno 106, the Juno-G has very little in common with it. It is a powerful workstation rompler based on the sound engine of the Fantom X.

The Juno-G can be expanded with a single SRX-series expansion board.


Year Released: 2007

Keyboard: 61 keys with velocity

Polyphony: 128 notes

Multitimbral: 16 parts

Preset Patches: 1024

User Patches: 256

Preset Performances: 64

User Performances: 64

Preset Drum Kits: 45

User Drum Kits: 32

ROM: 64 MB

Sequencer Memory: 400,000 notes

Sequencer Resolution: 480 PPQN

Effects: 3 multi-effects with 78 types, 3 types of chorus, 5 types of reverb, 6 types of input effect, 3-band compressor

Arpeggiator: 128 preset styles, 128 user styles

Screen: 240 x 96 pixel LCD

Power Consumption: 9V, 2000 mA

Dimensions: 1022.8 mm x 298.4 mm x 101.7 mm

Weight: 6.2 kg

User Demo Videos


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File Downloads

Roland Juno-G Manual

Roland Juno-G Recording Guide

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