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VST-AU JUNO-106 Editor

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VST-AU JUNO-106 Editor
VST-AU JUNO-106 Editor by reKon audio is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
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The VST-AU JUNO-106 Editor is a real-time MIDI synth editor that allows you full control of every parameter of the sound on the Roland Juno-106 hardware synthesizer.

You can manage, view, edit all your patches on the computer itself without the hassle of manual dumps. All parameters are fully automatable and you can even use your favorite VST or AU host, or use it standalone, giving you the ability to visually program the JUNO-106 to your music via the host sequencer. This ability to model your synth patches in real-time, inside your main music production environment is part of what makes the VST-AU JUNO-106 Editor unique when compared to other hardware synth editors.

You may also use the standalone application if you do not need to work inside the host.

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Dr_Jezz
Dr_Jezz
9 May 2020 at 2:48pm

Has anyone used this and is it any good? I'm trying the free Jarvik editor at the moment but it's not very transparent, so considering this, nightbirds evolve or MIDI quest. Any experiences out there?

encore1
encore1
10 May 2020 at 11:20am

hello Dr_Jezz,
I have used it a "long time ago" (in 2012) and it was doing the job to me.
It had not evolved a lot for a while and the last version I have is the 2.02 one...
The MIDI setup panel was a little be "complicated" to me and I prefered to use instaed the Javik librarian application in fact if I remember well since it was supporting a LOT of file format and especially it was including the original WAV files format. So it allowed me to recover some sounds I had on a very old K7 tape (from 30 years old I guess) that I imported as wave files to my PC and imported easily then to Jarvik's librarian instead of having to do the connection to the Juno106.

The sad thing is that it seems that the https://www.jarvik7.net/juno-106/ URL does not seems to work anymore today 8((
I hope it is not definitive since it was a good tool if I remember well.
(sorry for my bad English).

Dr_Jezz
Dr_Jezz
19 December 2020 at 5:44pm

Hi Encore - I didn't see your reply at the time - apologies for the late "thank you"! I was searching again and found it 0 that's helpful - appreciate it :).

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