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106.JS Is A Roland Juno 106 Synth Emulation You Can Play In Your Browser
Rounik Sethi on Wed, November 30th 0 comments
Synths you can play in your web browser are becoming more common place. This emulation of the classic Roland Juno 106 synthesizer is very enjoyable and easy to navigate and play.

If you're away from your studio and missing your Roland Juno 106, here's the next best thing. 106.JS is a project created to emulate the main Roland Juno 106 functions and sounds in your web browser (Google Chrome recommended). 

Play 106.js here.

Thanks to reaktorplayer for turning us onto this web-based emulation. It's quite impressive and you can even connect a MIDI keyboard to your computer and use it to playback the synth.

Steven Goldberg is the creator of 106.js and has written up a nice overview of analog synthesis controls as well as how to use this particular browser synth on his Github page.

In the interface you can share the 106.js and save, rename  and recall patches. Cool.

[Via: reaktorplayer on Twitter]


Learn all about synths and synthesis in the AskAudio Academy.



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