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Juno 60 Patch FACTORY PATCH B Keyboard Synthesizers
Old 11th May 2012
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Juno 60 Patch FACTORY PATCH B

Factory Patch B, 11 LOW STRINGS, does anyone have the parameter settings for it??? thnx!
Old 11th May 2012
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Factory Patch B, 11 LOW STRINGS, does anyone have the parameter settings for it??? thnx!
You should repost this in the Electronic Music forum and you'll have an answer in no time.

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Old 11th May 2012
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Funny! cuz I started in "So many gears, so little time" paused and tried this one LOL. thnx.
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the Juno 60 doesn't have a B bank
Yes it does, originally on cassette.
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Old 14th May 2012
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Let me google that for you

the first link, from RetroSound, has the Factory B wav.
lame...Man, read! lolll I want the parameters, you don't think I've seen that a million times lol... Sincee there are parameters for Bank A in the manual, I assume there are parameters (numbers of each slider, that creates a preset) out there for B since it's also on the cassette. Understand?
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lame...Man, read! lolll I want the parameters, you don't think I've seen that a million times lol... Sincee there are parameters for Bank A in the manual, I assume there are parameters (numbers of each slider, that creates a preset) out there for B since it's also on the cassette. Understand?
"Loll, I doubt there are, as Roland provided the bank A ones only, but if you load the factory B then you can simply move each slider back and forth until you reach the same sound as factory, record it, and keep doing it for all parameter of that patch - easy enough, no?
Old 15th May 2012
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See, the problem isss, I had a dead battery, Replaced it, then started making sounds LOL... if you own a 60, you know that when the batt dies, there is this one sound, thats on All the patches, so I built from there... So loading Cassette B would destroy my patches on there right now lol. So finding the parameters for A was amazing! hoping to find B. Man, imagine if there was some sort of patch editor for the 60.. that would be sick!
Old 15th May 2012
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Save your current patches via the tape out and then load the factory patch B bank - problem solved.
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For one patch!? that doesnt make much sense. HENCE why I wanted the parameters
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It takes 5 minutes to back up your data, and 5 minutes to restore it.

If you are not willing to spend 10 minutes of your time to get what you want, then you're not worth my time trying to help you. Bye
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It takes 5 minutes to back up your data, and 5 minutes to restore it.

If you are not willing to spend 10 minutes of your time to get what you want, then you're not worth my time trying to help you. Bye
esp. considering i offered a very simple solution that requires 5 minutes, half the time that needed for your method.

the Juno 106 patch is pretty darn close, but honestly, if you can't A/B the sound and make it yourself, well, maybe you should stick to playing drums?
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Ahhh, I see what happened here. my apologies Binky909. If thank you was what you were looking for. Then Thank you!! I still don't know what tangent Mr. Varaldo is going on, he did not read/understand what the thread was about. When I clicked the thread I only saw Mr. Varaldo's response. He posted alot, so it distracted me from your answer! that's a great idea. Drums? I don't play drums you?
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It takes 5 minutes to back up your data, and 5 minutes to restore it.

If you are not willing to spend 10 minutes of your time to get what you want, then you're not worth my time trying to help you. Bye
Im not going to load a whole factory set for 1 patch. It doesn't make sense which is why the THREAD STATES :::::PARAMETERS:::::: LOL! I still want to use my current patches... there is no way to merge patches on a 60. I have loaded and exported from the juno 106, and asked about it in a thread. So I know that this is possible, but its just not a realistic way of doing what I want to achieve
Old 23rd May 2012
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There is no Juno 106 Parameter Preset List
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