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Roland introduces the Juno-Stage synthesizer

At the 2008 Summer NAMM show and at the London International Music Show (LIMS), Roland Corporation showcased the new Juno-Stage synthesizer. As the latest addition to the benchmark Juno Series, Juno-Stage is uniquely created for live performance applications.
This 76-key synthesizer ships with an essential high-quality sound set, including an 88-key stereo multisampled piano derived from the Fantom-G. Two slots for SRX expansion boards add even more options to a player’s sonic palette. A redesigned keyboard ensures the Juno-Stage feels as good as it sounds.
The Juno-Stage includes all the features needed for live performance, such as simple split and layer functions, separate reverb and EQ knobs, an intuitive top panel and LED display, and the Favorite function. Made popular by the current Juno series, this function allows for the quick recall of up to 100 unique sounds and keyboard setups. The Juno-Stage even includes a dedicated XLR microphone input with reverb and a vocoder, adding another possibility for a live performance.
The Juno-Stage effortlessly translates to the studio as well. Using a single button, it is transformed into a MIDI master keyboard. A USB memory port enables playback of .MP3, .WAV, .AIFF, or .SMF files from standard USB flash memory.
Roland Juno-Stage synthesizer for live performance
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