Cherry Audio has announced the release of the DCO-106, a virtual polyphonic synth that precisely models every aspect of the beloved classic Juno-106 synthesizer, from its characteristic self-oscillating filter, to its dreamy chorus effect.
Recreating the sound of a classic synthesizer is no easy task. DCO-106 lovingly recreates the unique sonic footprint of one of the most iconic 80’s polysynths in exhaustive detail, while adding modern features for massively expanded creativity.
The DCO-106 is both easy to understand and powerful to explore, creating a massive array of sonic landscapes, cutting lead sounds, warm and hazy pads, punchy synthetic electro drums, and far more.
- Every aspect precisely modeled in exacting detail.
- 330+ presets, including original 106 Factory Presets.
- Up to 16-voice polyphony.
- Rich stereo chorus.
- Three lush reverb modes, gorgeous new proprietary reverb algorithm.
- Full-featured delay section with tempo sync.
- Multiple voice assign modes.
- Single-key chord memory mode.
- Expanded LFO section with six waveforms and tempo sync.
- Unison detune for massive lead and bass sounds.
- MPE support.
- Full MIDI control.
- Full DAW automation for all controls.
- Fully compatible with original 106 SysEx commands.
Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats and as standalone software for Windows and macOS, DCO-106 is on sale for the intro price of $25 USD for a limited time (regular $39 USD). A free 30-day demo of DCO-106 is available as well.