Roland Unveils Juno-DS76 Mobile Hardware Synthesizer

The JUNO-DS76 is a lightweight 76-note performance synth from Roland with great sounds and intuitive operation designed for bands looking to expand their musical range.

Alongside the announcement of the AX Edge keytar synth Roland have announced a 76-key version of the JUNO-DS mobile hardware synth. It's already available in 61 and 88 key models.

Here's the details from the Roland website:

The Roland JUNO-DS76 is the portable modern synth that can keep up with your busy band life. Lightweight, compact, and powerful, this 76-note instrument is always ready to go, with easy operation and instant access to pro onboard sounds that let you create or perform music anywhere, from studio to stage. And with its extended-range keyboard, the JUNO-DS76 is ideally suited for playing advanced arrangements with multiple sounds split across the keys.

JUNO-DS76 Key Features

  • 76-note velocity-sensitive keyboard with synth action
  • Compact and lightweight (15.25 lb./6.9 kg) for easy travel and effortless setup
  • Gig-ready instrument with pro sounds, enhanced performance features, battery-powered operation, and intuitive navigation
  • Instant access to essential pro-quality sounds for live band performances, including acoustic and electric pianos, organs, synths, and other stage favorites
  • Wave expansion slot enables users to download new sound waveforms and patches, available for free at Roland’s Axial website
  • Sample import function for playing user WAV files on the keyboard
  • Multi-sample import support for creating complex and expressive sounds
  • JUNO-DS Tone Manager and Librarian software for editing and managing the keyboard’s sounds from your computer
  • Easy sound manipulation and editing with hands-on knobs and sliders
  • Eight Phrase Pads for triggering samples and audio songs stored on USB memory
  • Mic input and dedicated Reverb, Vocoder, and Auto Pitch effects for impressive vocal performances
  • Intuitive eight-track pattern sequencer with non-stop recording for quickly developing song ideas
  • USB audio/MIDI and DAW Control mode

 

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