Roland announces JUNO-Di Mobile Synthesizer


Roland has announced the JUNO-Di, a mobile synthesizer specifically designed for the musician on the go, providing a vast array of professional sounds in a lightweight, portable design.

On stage or in the streets, the JUNO-Di is a traveling musician’s dream. It’s lightweight, it can run on batteries, and it’s easy to use, yet it performs and sounds like a heavyweight synth. It’s packed with a wide variety of top-quality sounds — over 1,000 to choose from! It has a friendly “direct access” control panel for easy editing and a Song Player for larger-than-life performances. First-timers and pros alike will love this friendly, portable, great-sounding synth.

Roland JUNO-Di

JUNO-Di features

  • Professional synthesizer with over 1,000 instruments onboard.
  • Friendly, intuitive user interface.
  • Battery operation for mobile use (supports Ni-MH AA-size rechargeable batteries).
  • MP3, WAV, AIFF, and SMF playback capability via optional USB memory — perfect for backing tracks when performing live.
  • Microphone input with dedicated reverb and vocoder effects for sing-along.
  • PC/Mac Editor software included.

The JUNO-Di is expected to be available in September, 2009.

More information: Roland

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Absolutely loved this synthesiser when given an opportunity to play it at LIMS. I really hope to buy one and hope there is no delay in it becoming available! The sounds are all fabulous quality with a wide range of types.
The guitar sounds are especially good and are far more convincing than those produced in earlier days. The range of piano, strings, bass sounds and percussion are all effective.

I thought of this Juno Di as being robust and hadn’t realised about the battery/portability aspect at the same time as being sturdy.

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I try one of those keyboard it sounds great.