Jun-6 V
Jun-6 V Tutorial

Arturia Jun-6 V Explained®

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  • Introduction & Overview 3:06

    Introduction & Overview

    Tyler welcomes you and gives an overview of the aspects and nature of the Arturia Jun-6 V, as well as a bit of history before digging further into the instrument.

  • The User Interface & Basic Operation 6:53

    The User Interface & Basic Operation

    In this video, you'll get acquainted with the main interface and general layout of the Jun-6 V so that you have a good initial idea of how to approach it later in more detail.

  • The Digitally Controlled Oscillator (DCO) 4:40

    The Digitally Controlled Oscillator (DCO)

    It all starts here with the single digitally controlled oscillator or DCO, which gives you the polyphonic analog sound that comes from the original instrument.

  • The Filters & Amplifier 4:30

    The Filters & Amplifier

    Learn how you can shape your sound with the high & low pass filters, as well as the amplifier, to give movement to the timbre and volume of the oscillators.

  • The Envelopes & LFOs 5:07

    The Envelopes & LFOs

    Here we look at the two envelopes and two low frequency oscillators that are available in the Jun-6 V, both of which can be applied to parameters within the synth. See how!

  • The Arpeggiator & Chord Mode 4:01

    The Arpeggiator & Chord Mode

    See how the original Juno arpeggiator is recreated to get right to the point of playing sequenced notes from chords. You'll also explore how to set up Chord Mode to easily assign and play chords with single keys.

  • The Effects 5:51

    The Effects

    The Jun-6 V gives you a few new options for output effects including a delay and reverb, as well as the defining Juno feature, its chorus, which gives its classic sound.

  • Voicing & Modulation 7:00

    Voicing & Modulation

    Watch how to configure the keyboard controls of the Jun-6 V with the desired voices and polyphony, as well as a bit of modulation of parameters by MIDI and other sources.

  • Preset Management & the Browser 7:01

    Preset Management & the Browser

    Learn all about the browser and how you can add your own sounds to it, as well as how to effectively browse the library to find a wide array of classic and new sounds in the Jun-6 V.

  • Jun-6 V Sound Design: Bass 6:59

    Jun-6 V Sound Design: Bass

    See and hear how to make a classic Juno bass sound with some extra bells and whistles that make it even more fun to play.

  • Jun-6 V Sound Design: Lead 9:06

    Jun-6 V Sound Design: Lead

    Watch how to implement the Jun-6 V's strengths and make some wide leads and chord sounds.

  • Jun-6 V Sound Design: Pad 13:23

    Jun-6 V Sound Design: Pad

    Learn how to create a spacious pad and soundscape that you can float around in with rich, long chords.

  • Chorus Jun-6 Plug-In Effect 3:37

    Chorus Jun-6 Plug-In Effect

    Here, we look at the separate Arturia chorus plug-in based on a slightly expanded Jun-6 chorus, that you can use on any sound or signal, in any DAW!

  • Review & Conclusion 5:15

    Review & Conclusion

    Tyler wraps things up with a quick recap and some closing remarks before sending you off to make fantastic sounds with the Jun-6 V!

Product Overview

Synth pro Tyler Coffin delivers in-depth Arturia Juno-6 V tutorials! See and hear how Arturia has recreated one of the most legendary '80s synths, the Roland Juno-6 synthesizer. Learn all of the Juno-6 V's features and functions as well as how to make classic sounds with this amazing virtual recreation. In addition, you also get the presets made in the video series. These videos are designed for new Arturia Jun-6 V users.

Tyler begins with an in-depth overview of the Jun-6 V and some history about the original Roland Juno-6, followed by how to use the Jun-6 GUI and some helpful operational info. Then you'll dive deep into the single digitally controlled oscillator or DCO, which generates the polyphonic analog sound that comes from the original instrument. The Jun-6 filters, amplifier, envelopes and LFOs are then revealed and explained, so you know exactly what they do, and how they affect the sound, so you can utilize them effectively when building your patches.

Throughout the rest of the Jun-6 videos, you'll learn all about the Jun-6 powerful arpeggiator and its performance "Chord Mode" where you can assign any chord to one note and play it easily and rhythmically, great sounding effects including its classic chorus sound, voicing and modulation options, and the preset management options so you can add your own sounds as well as browse the large Jun-V library and find the perfect patch for your productions.

Sound designing with the Jun-V is next, and you'll see and hear how to make great sounding classic patches from scratch, including basses, leads, pads and effects! As a bonus Tyler gives you a video on the separate Arturia chorus plug-in based on a slightly expanded Jun-6 chorus, that you can use on any sound or signal, in any DAW!

To see what these in-depth Arturia Jun-6 V tutorials show you, and how they'll get you up and running and understanding everything that this awesome virtual synth can do, see the individual Jun-6 V video tutorial descriptions on this page. See why the Roland Juno synths are so revered still today, and get that sound and vibe with this great virtual recreation... Watch “Arturia Jun-6 V Explained®” today.

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