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Best synth I ever heard/owned.
All I can add is that if you want this sound, you need to get one while they are cheap. A serviced Juno-6 will serve you for ages. Especially if you mod it with some goodies it can be very useful in any situation. Undeniable sound. One thing to point out is that the VCA is fully voltage controlled from the ADSR + analog HPF has the full range. Best Juno sound. I use it mainly for arps and ambient.
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Classic Roland analog synth with few possibilities but always a good sound
The Juno 6 is a very simple substractive analog synthesizer. The sound is very classic which means you're not going to create anything new on it but you'll always have a "safe" good sound. A safe good bass, a safe good lush pad, a safe good arpeggio. The suboscillator give you really fat bass besides. The chorus immediately gives this 80's vibe but it should be used only on pads in my opinion. The arpeggio clock in allows you to control the steps of the arpeggio with an external trigger signal. In that time, it was a signal from TR707, 808, 909 etc but nowadays you can trigger it with a sample of anything loud enough and with a distinct attack. For synth wave, dark wave, cyberpunk music, this is a must have.