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DCO-106 Virtual Polyphonic Synthesizer

Virtual Instruments MPE Plugin by Cherry Audio
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DCO-106 Virtual Polyphonic Synthesizer has an average user rating of 5.00 from 2 reviews

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Reviewed By PatCJrMusic [read all by] on August 21st, 2022
Version reviewed: 1.2.0 on Windows.
Last edited by PatCJrMusic on 21st August 2022.

I first found out about Cherry Audio when I came across an article about their free VST Surrealistic MG-1 Plus (which is awesome by the way... but you can read about that on that page). Then I noticed they made a Juno-106 emulator and immediately downloaded the demo. Since I own a 106 I wanted to compare the software to my hardware. The sounds on its own were amazing, but it wasn't until after I connected my own Juno-106 and sysex my presets that I was completely blown away!!! Listening to my own basic to weird creations coming from their DCO-106 was just insane!! Could not believe how incredibly close (if not spot on) the sounds were side by side!!!! Naturally it only took a moment to click the BUY button. Then I noticed the price.... It felt like I was stealing!!!!! Highly... highly recommended!.

Pat
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Reviewed By Adorion [read all by] on October 17th, 2020
Version reviewed: 1.017 on Mac

In my opinion the most authentic recreation of the 106.

I owned one since 1986 but sold it around 2000. Since then, I've tried to find an emulation that would REALLY give me that sound again. There are quite a few out there that come close but THIS one is it. At least for me.
A great addition to my Arturias, NI and others. An outstanding synth with some more extras like a nice sounding reverb and delay and a simple but effective arpeggiator. The Juno-Chorus is also included and sounds great and authentic as well (but without the noise!). In comparison to Roland's cloud-version of the Juno 106, this plugin sound much more like the original (in my opinion).

Really one of a kind and it makes me feel nearly 35 years younger again :-).

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