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The Roland Juno 60 is one of the most classic, vintage synths.
Its been used by so many artist for a good reason, it just sounds fantastic.

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TAL-U-NO-LX is an emulation of this great synth. We have been working with hardware synths for many years. The list is long and includes many classic synths from Roland, Moog (trained by), Sequential Circuits, Korg, New England Digital (we did the worlds fully sampled project on the Synclavier, now on display in the Smithsonian).

We designed ten complete soundsets for TAL-U-NO-LX. The idea was to bring some authentic sounds from the heyday of this classic synth.

It was used by so many ground breaking artists including:



The Cure.

Howard Jones.


Nile Rodgers.


The Human League.

Flock of Seagulls.

Men at Work.

Rabbit in the Moon.

"The Vintage Juno" soundset is all about bringing classic Juno 60 sounds to TAL-U-NO-LX.

TAL-U-NO-LX is an excellent and very accurate emulation of the Juno 60, with a new engine and GUI.

In our 5th TAL-U-NO-LX soundset, we designed 101 presets based on the classic Juno 60 sounds from the 80s.


Classic ARPs - 29.

Bass - 13.

Brass - 7.

Drums - 5.

FX - 2.

Keys - 13.

Leads - 3.

Analog Pads - 26.

Synth - 6.

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