TAL U-NO-62 is a free Roland Juno 60 emulation.

I once owned a Roland Juno 60. It’s a great synth and certainly has the classic Roland sound. The guys at Togu Audio Line (TAL) released the U-NO-60 a few years ago and have been updating thier emulation often. The 62 brings us even closer to the original.

The U-NO-60 vst plugin is a polyphonic virtual analogue synth with a unique filter sound. An original JUNO 60 is used as reference for the oscillators and filters. Like the original, the plugin is capable of self-resonance and thus could be used to some degree as a tone generator. The filter section also features controls for envelope amount and polarity, LFO modulation and keyboard tracking. In addition, a non-resonant highpass filter is provided to thin out lower frequencies. – kunz.corrupt.ch

It’s free and Mac/PC compatible so go and try it out: click here

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Oliver Chesler

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2 thoughts on “TAL U-NO-62 is a free Roland Juno 60 emulation.”

  1. TAL plugins are great, they’re SH-101 emulation is cool too, as is their mfilter, TAL, Jason Broeebart and Delamancha are probably my favourite freeware VST makers

  2. TAL’s chorus effect (which is basically taken from the U-NO-62) is very good sounding and extremely un-CPU hungry…

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