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pedx1ng
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Please help me recreate this patch

Post by pedx1ng » 12 Jun 2008 14:26

I own a Roland Juno 60, which is sadly in storage in another state. I saw that someone made a free VST to emulate the sound and it seems pretty accurate to me. The problem is the VST has an annoying issue where after pressing stop in my host it plays a hung chord for a second or two, or something. I tried it in 2 different hosts and it did the same thing. It's very annoying. It also seems to have high CPU usage.

There was a simple patch it comes with as a preset that I like so I figured I'd try to recreate it in Karma. It should be easy because the Juno has a very simple architecture, but I didn't manage to get it quite right. If you want to take a look and help, here are some links.

The VST:
http://kunz.corrupt.ch/?Products:VST_TAL-U-No-62

The patch to recreate is called SynthHeaven.

My attempt is here:

http://www.filefactory.com/file/ed6599/

I called it ArpSynth because I use it to play arpeggios.

If you are curious, here is a Wiki which briefly describes the Juno 60 and it's architecture:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juno_60

Thanks for any help!

Argitoth
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Post by Argitoth » 12 Jun 2008 17:00

what synth did you use your "attempt" for? because it i can't get it to load in KarmaFX

pedx1ng
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Post by pedx1ng » 12 Jun 2008 17:50

Argitoth wrote:what synth did you use your "attempt" for? because it i can't get it to load in KarmaFX
Strange! I tried loading it into Karma and it worked for me.
The file size should say 23,709 bytes if you right click it and select Properties.

Only thing is it sounds a little different than I recall. I did a much worse job at recreating the patch than I thought. :oops: Now I'm not sure if I even want you guys to hear my poor attempt. :D

pedx1ng
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Post by pedx1ng » 12 Jun 2008 19:02

Well, I got closer using my Alesis Ion, but I still prefer the sound of that UNO62 patch. Maybe I should just sample the darn thing. :)

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