#909Day Continues as Roland Announces New Hybrid JU-06A Boutique Synth!

One of the first of the Roland Boutique series was the JU-06, recreating the classic Juno-106 synth (one of my personal favorites that I constantly regret selling) – but after a quick run it was also the first one pulled off the market. So I was thrilled to hear that for 909Day Roland is releasing an updated version that includes not just the Juno 106, but also the Juno 6 and Juno 60!

The new instrument combines features from all three while maintaining the accessible interface of the JU-06, and builds upon its Roland Boutique JU-06 predecessor with an improved sequencer, interface, trigger in, arpeggiator and more. It will be available to buy this month for $399.99!

From the press release:

Beyond design, the JU-06A is a master of versatility, incorporating both USB audio/MIDI and full-sized MIDI jacks, giving performers the ability to play and synchronize with nearly any other piece of gear in their set-up. The 1/8” jack and USB connection lends to a clean setup with no clutter while the JU-06A’s compact size fits into multiple music setups and can easily connect to a master keyboard, DAW, K-25m Keyboard Unit, and DK-01 Boutique Dock. As the newest addition to the Roland Boutique family, the JU-06A maintains the brand’s timeless sound and industry-best technology while moving musicians towards the future of creation.

To learn more about the JU-06A, please visit Roland.com.

JU-06A product video available here:


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