This collection offers some famous and great sounds for the Roland Juno Di Mobile Synthesizer that are not included in the presets. Here you can find the list and description of the sounds:
01 - Metal Piano: A bright and rich piano with particular pads perfect for playing intros, arpeggios or chords in your band.
02 - Vox Organ: This sound emulates the classic vintage Vox Organ used by The Doors, you can activate the rotary/tremolo effect with the modulation joystick.
03 - Learning to Live Mallet: (DT)
04 - Snarling Pig: A cool bass sound used in a lot of Dream Theater songs as “Panic Attack”.
05 - On The Run: The famous synth sound of The Pink Floyd song “On the Run”, play the E3 key and slowly open the cutoff knob, another effect can be activated by pushing progressively the modulation joystick.
06 - Jump OB-Xa Brass
07 - Metropolis Pt.1 Pad (DT)
08 - Liquid T Lead
09 - Jens Johansson Lead
10 - Kevin Moore Lead
11 - Octavarium Lead: The synth lead sound used for the 12:16 keyboard solo of the Dream Theater song “Octavarium”.
12 - Impressioni di Settembre Lead: This sound emulates the Moog Lead used for the solo of “Impressioni di Settembre” by PFM.
13 - Who Synth: A particular synthesizer sound used in a lot of The Who’s songs as “Won't Get Fooled Again”.
In order to install these patches you will need the Juno Di Editor. Make sure you have already installed the editor and the drivers on your PC. Connect the Juno Di Synth to your computer, turn it on and then open the Juno Di Editor, press file>open and select the folder where the patches have been saved. Select a patch and open it, now by pressing the “write” button in the top of the screen of the Editor you can save the patch in one of the 128 user’s empty slot. The procedure is the same for all the other patches.