Juno 106 Synth

Discussion in 'Production' started by Snaz, Sep 7, 2008.

  1. Snaz

    Snaz Member

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    Hey Guys,

    I have been offered a Juno 106 synth for £250.

    Whats the opinions on this, should I snap this up or is it no good for Drum and Bass/Dubstep production?

    I already have a Novation X-Station synth.

    Cheers

    Snaz
    www.myspace.com/snazrecordings
     
  2. Reference

    Reference fair shout.

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    buy it, and if it isn't your cuppa tea, sell it for a chunk more on ebay.
     
  3. Nutek

    Nutek movement junglist

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    or you could let me know where its from and i'l buy it :D
     
  4. sam the dnb man

    sam the dnb man Variation

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    hmmm juno..im 100% but alot of reece sounding synths can be made on it im not to sure though
     
  5. filtersweeperVC

    filtersweeperVC filtersweeper

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    The juno 106 is a sick analog synth. It is one of my favourite synths in my studio. It's wicked for doing really low frequency wobbles and the roland's are renound for their chorus. This effect transforms the sound and really phattens any bass. You can create your own unique patches, and back them up on cassette tape. It's also good for pad/string sounds too. It's not really a reece machine. To hear a juno 106 in action, listen to my track entitled "Inner Skankdom". All the bass is done with the 106.

    http://www.reverbnation.com:80/filtersweepervco
     
  6. moriaty

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    buy it. is gorgeous.
    we have one at uni, and i think it makes for a great reese, especially because of its chorus. Plug it into a distortion pedal and with its chorus it will make for a great raw reese. which obviously you can twist even more in a sampler.