Syntronik’s J-60 Synth brings users the authentic sound of the Roland Juno-60. Manufactured from 1982—1984, the Juno-60 was the lower-priced alternative to the very expensive Jupiter-8, but it found a place in music production all its own.
The Juno-60 uses the same Roland IR3109 filter chip as the Jupiter-8 with its 4-pole resonating low pass filter and non-sweepable high pass filter. The Juno-60 uses DCOs – digitally controlled oscillators – for better tuning stability than the Jupiter’s VCOs, or voltage controlled oscillators.
The Juno-60 also only has one oscillator per voice vs. the Jupiter’s two. Because of this, oscillator detuning is not possible on the Juno-60, but Roland added a beautiful sounding analog chorus effect to compensate for this. The result is an instrument with its own character and style that is treasured in synthesizer history.
- Over 800 MB of content
- Over 2,000 stereo samples
- 78 instruments
- Syntronik Instruments can be played in Syntronik Free (1.0. or later) and in all current versions of SampleTank: SampleTank3, SampleTank 3 SE and SampleTank Custom Shop
- Individual Instrument packages include Syntronik Free standalone player and plug-in
- Instrument editing features are available from within any version of Syntronik and SampleTank 3