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If I cant decide between the juno 6(0) and the 106...
Old 1 week ago
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If I cant decide between the juno 6(0) and the 106...

Would buying a ju-06a help me?

There are tons of discussions out about them and comparison videos. but I just want to drown either of em in distrotion/feedback. There the imput does make quite a diffrence.

Clean I prefere the tone of the 6(0). But who says the slightly smoother 106 wont sound more musical after being distorted to death, I mean listen to this:

Would the ju-06a with both its modes be a good comparison of the 2? or do you think the originals will react diffrent to using a lot of dirt? In my experiance some good sounding synths react bad to distortion stuff and the other way around happens aswell.

Simple question I guess! now whos got the awnser and can convince me so?
Old 1 week ago
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Roland HS-60 is the obvious answer, then.
Old 1 week ago
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If you’re gonna distort them, yeah save your pennies and buy the boutique. No point in grabbing the originals imo.
Old 1 week ago
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If you are truly going to drown either of em in distrotion/feedback, it truly doesn't matter...from a sound standpoint.

How many notes do you plan to play at once?
How long are the release times going to be for the sounds you will create?

These questions are somewhat important because your options have various numbers of voices. The boutiques have 4. That means you can play 4 notes at one time, like a three finger chord and one finger low bass note. The proper Junos have 6 voices.
There is also a thing called voice stealing. For example you play a 3 finger chord, then play another three finger chord. If the notes have long release times, 2 voices from the first chord will need to be "stolen" and used in the new chord. This can lead to some weirdness.

To avoid voice issues, and since you are gonna distort the living crap out of em, get a Deepmind12. With all the distortion, it'll be just fine.
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