Soundbank for the Roland cloud and ACB Juno-106 Synthesizer

128 Fresh new sounds for the Roland Juno-106, In my opinion the best sounding synthesizer in the legendary series of Roland Cloud. So it was great fun to port all my old presets from the 90's and early 2000's to the cloud version of the 106

note: this bank can only be loaded with the Roland cloud version of the Juno-106, if you want to load them in the System-1 / ACB version, you have to use the (demo version of) Roland Cloud as a librarian.


The Juno-106 Soundbank contains 128 high quality patches from all sorts. ranging from techno, oldschool rave leads, stabs, drums & FX. Any style of electronic music will benefit and find inspiration in this amazing collection of presets.


Instant download

When you place your order – you will get a download link automatically sent to your email addess immediately. You can download and use your order right away.

Make music and take care

Tonework Production supports the largest Cleanup in the history! We will donate €2 from your purchase to the Ocean Cleanup Project. With your help they can continue their research, scale up the system and clean up our Oceans.

Patchlist and sound demos

All presets make good use of the Modulation Wheel and Aftertouch for added expression capabilities. Down here you find some sound examples from the patches and you can preview them.
For these demos, no extermal FX or processing was used, just the direct output from the synth.


 


Instant download

When you place your order – you will get a download link automatically sent to your email addess immediately. You can download and use your order right away.


Comments

  • Maarten Olyslaegers
    |
    13 March 2016


    Technically very advanced, clearly highly specialized. The potential can be very large.
    This guy omes from the world he knows and where this 3D sound should be applied. (translated from Dutch).

  • Toon Seghers
    |
    10 March 2016

    Appealing product, even more appealing presentation. Must describe his business model and product proposition more specifically but after reading the factsheet I understood the proposition really well ,(translated from Dutch).