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Old 18th November 2008
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for Roland Juno-60 owners 112 free sounds

Hi,
i had a Juno-60, sold it years ago,
BUT...found in my hard drive 2x Cassett dumps of my 112 custom sounds,
maybe are not the latest cutting edge sounds, but i loved making them.

e-wrote to roland, arturia and Tal-U-No to create a Juno-60 Cassett dump translator.
....
I just want to translate my cassett dumps to Tal-Uno-62 .fxp .fxb
with the help of different Juno-60 owners,
to know how different are the juno-60s really are.
"two birds one stone"

This:

To this:

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everything its free these days.
free songs:
www.sincinaty.de
free plugins:
http://kunz.corrupt.ch/?Products:VST_TAL-U-No-62
free Juno-60 sounds,
file: .wav
one its 44k-16bits
two is 48k-24bits
.zip & .rar
WinRAR archiver, a powerful tool to process RAR and ZIP files
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nice web page, with original cassett A & B Banks
Juno-60
Attached Files
File Type: zip Archive01.zip (4.80 MB, 1160 views) File Type: zip Archive02.zip (4.74 MB, 881 views)
Old 18th November 2008
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well,i can't help you translate your files......
but tnx for the free plugins thumbsup
Old 19th November 2008 | Show parent
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any Juno-60 owners here ?

Hello, any Juno-60 owners here ?
echo....echo....echo....echo....echo....echo....echo....
echo....echo....echo....echo....echo....echo....echo....
Old 21st November 2008 | Show parent
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I got a Juno-60, but as I'm under the impression that the DCB interface only allows basic notation information to be sent and received, I believe you'd have to seek conversion from the software side of things (Tal).

All someone with a Juno 60 could do for you is load up the sounds in to a Juno 60, and then dial those setting by hand in to the software, which of course takes time. And time costs money.

Additionally I don't think you'd find anyone willing to program that software for you because for one the Juno 60 (and thus any software based on it) is considered quite easy to dial up your own sounds on, and for two writing software takes time (and time costs money), so few (if any) would see any real need for it.

PS: I never felt that Tal Juno 60 plugin was a very accurate recreation, but the seperate Tal plugin emulating the chorus is actually quite good if you ask me.
Old 21st November 2008 | Show parent
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ya. you can get from point A to point B on a Juno in 2 seconds. Not much of a need for that software.
Old 21st November 2008 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Selidor ➑️
I got a Juno-60, ... someone with a Juno 60 could do for you is load up the sounds in to a Juno 60, and then dial those setting by hand in to the software.
and upload the .fxp .fxb here in .zip, that would be a dream come true.
i hope more than one juno-60 owner helps me with the manual translation.

anyway, i hope you enjoy my 2 cassett dump custom sounds.
Old 21st November 2008 | Show parent
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you need a document which describes the tape format.
Old 22nd November 2008 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by space2012 ➑️
that would be a dream come true.
Once again: time = money.

Quote:
Originally Posted by crufty ➑️
you need a document which describes the tape format.
But if you can't afford it Crufty brings up a good point. Now, I did a two-second search for "Juno 60 tape format" on Google and found nothing. You might have better luck, but two-seconds is all I'm willing to give away for free. Having said that, if you can't find anything, the service manual may be helpful, or you can contact the guy that programmed 202 Hack, MIDI to MC-202 tape format software. You'll have to find him on your own, but it should be pretty easy. It would be useful because the MC-202 is still a Roland synth and so he'd be able to point you in the right direction for decoding the Juno 60 tape format (in fact, I bet they're somewhat similar).
Old 22nd November 2008 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by crufty ➑️
you need a document which describes the tape format.
the service manual maybe?
http://manuals.fdiskc.com/tree/Rolan...e%20Manual.pdf

Roland Juno-60

the owner manual dont tell.

Index of /tree/Roland
Old 22nd November 2008 | Show parent
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service manual's got it (pg17).

mix it up with something like this

http://www.cse.dmu.ac.uk/~mward/mart...ware/tape-read

and you could convert the tape to text.

definitely doable but....
Old 22nd November 2008 | Show parent
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Actually, I've been looking for a way to transcribe the audio dumps into some meaningful settings, so I can quickly dial-in some of the classic Juno-60 patches on my Juno-6.

I know it's not meant for that, and I know it's better to wing it, but I want to reproduce some patches that my friends have on their 60s without gratuitious fidgeting with the controls every time. After that, I'm going to make some overlay templates for each patch, so I can dial-in the patches quickly but precisely during a live gig.

Any ideas how to do this or know of some websites where people have posted actual patch settings in text instead of just patches from audio dumps?
Old 22nd November 2008 | Show parent
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It looks like a real pia.

To be honest...if there was a way to route that audio to a modem, a computer modem should be able to be configured to do the signal conversion.

However, via program or modem, then you've got to decipher the bits and account for errors etc. The time consuming part is becoming one with the roland engineering mindset.
Old 24th November 2008 | Show parent
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Thanks for the presets
I own and love a Juno 60...I dont really need presets as programming isnt very hard - but its still cool you shared.

Royalston
Old 14th April 2011 | Show parent
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any Minerva owner here to translate those 112 Patches to MIDI CC ?

https://gearspace.com/board/electron...juno-60-a.html
Old 26th November 2012
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Sorry to dig up a 40 year thread,
I keep getting ERR when I load the factory sounds from a wav. I fiddled with the levels for an hour before getting ZZzzzz..... Any tips?

EDIT: after 2 hours its loaded!
Old 27th February 2017
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i think there is something here...

i executed the tape extraction python scripts on the factory tapes and actually is possible not only to decode but also encode new tape files.....
it seems its a pretty trivial vintage computer sport to recover data from old tapes ....

anyway... i created a facebook group for Roland juno 60 users.... to exchange presets and tape files....
https://www.*********************1028326427299399/
see you there !!!!

Old 1st March 2017
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By the way... i havent been able to load the 2 files from this post... i get an error... (tried many volume levels)
The factory tapes work perfect every time on synth...
Old 17th September 2017
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mmm... just opened the files....
this files are recorded in stereo, thats why they dont work.... i converted to mono... and voila... (second file volume was too low... fixed that too)

so here are the 2 banks files...
https://filetea.me/n3wB3b8xLDORjeOr8YnkvR2Mw
https://filetea.me/n3wVJ5lliJySA67o5DKaM05iA
they are not so to my taste .... but here they are...
cheers...

note: for the load to be succesfull, press "load" after the sine wave is on
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