Our wooden feline friend is back, this time on a vintage Roland Juno 106 synthesizer. Submitted by thedigitalpurrgatory (Anton Largoza-Maza) via Instagram. You can see a previous appearance here.
This is the second appearance of the Juno series in less than a week. Last Thursday we featured the Juno 60. The Juno 106 has a full MIDI implementation, including SysEx based editing and control, as opposed to the 60 which has no MIDI at all. Sound-wise they are quite similar, although many say that the 60 has a “warmer sound.” We at CatSynth cannot verify this.
The Roland D-70 is not as common as the iconic D-50. You can read more about it on Vintage Synth Museum . Interestingly, it appears to have at least as much in common with the U series as the D series, and never achieved a similar popularity to the D-50.