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"This is the Alpha 2 - really nice. For instance, what I really love about it is the possibility of making chord sounds. To get like a 90s kind of flavor you go on like an organ and that makes it even nicer. We actually did the track Avalanche with Erol Alkan and Jarvis Cocker with this one. I bought it in Japan I think after I heard one of those bass sounds that I thought I knew from a Timbaland record. The brass sounds are really nice - super warm. And yeah, the chord function is really nice... You can trigger a chord with a single key, so we did basically the entire track on this. It’s totally different to other Junos.”more
"The cheapest in the JUNO series, often mistaken for a homekeyboard but a wolf in sheeps clothing! A Drexciyan secret superweapon and an instant rave classic! This is the most exotic sounding of all the Juno's, maybe not so warm and wooley but certainly more juicy and creamy and tighter..sporting a superliquid funky portamento, a keyboard with aftertouch and velocity sensitivity and ofcourse, praise the lord, a CHORD MEMORY! For those who don't know what that is: you can hold a chord, press the chord memory button and then you can play that chord with one finger monophonicly with portamento too if you want, instant deepness!!!!!!!" via [Legowelt Official Website](http://awolfe.home.xs4all.nl/studioalphajuno2.htm)more
About: This is similar to a Juno 1 but it has a 5 octave and 61 note keyboard that has velocity and aftertouch and an external memory cartridge slot. Other than that it has the same great sound and features as the Juno 1. Also can take a C-64 memory cartridge for additional patch storage. Sliders and buttons were replaced by membrane buttons and the Alpha Dial which is used to edit and browse through the extensive selection of parameters. Also can do 303 sounds with proper programming. Used: Charlymore