Roland’s JUNO-60 Chorus brings 80s swirl to any instrument you desire
The plug-in promises a “genuine recreation of the JUNO-60 stereo chorus effect” with a simple-to-learn interface.
After plentiful emulations and clones, the official Roland plug-in is finally here. Roland has announced a new plug-in designed to emulate the iconic chorus sounds of its JUNO synth. The JUNO-60 Chorus promises a “genuine recreation of the JUNO-60 stereo chorus effect,” with a simple, button-based interface and classic JUNO-style GUI.
The plug-in offers the original I and II chorus types, which can either be used by themselves or together for a new, third chorus option. The first chorus mode adds a gentle shimmer to the sound, while the second offers a deeper, wider effect. It’s also possible to tweak the noise level, wet/dry balance and master level according to preference.
“The massive swirling sound of the JUNO-60 Chorus has captivated musicians for decades and helped define the sound of the ‘80s,” says Roland. “Now, using the JUNO-60 Chorus plug-in, you can tap into this effect and make any instrument or track in your DAW sound bigger and better.”
The plug-in is available in VST3, AU and AAX formats, and also carries native support for Apple Silicon.
JUNO-60 Chorus is available as a Lifetime Key purchase or as part of Roland’s Cloud membership plan, which collates all of its software instruments and plug-ins into the Roland Cloud Manager for instant access to new releases, as well as the company’s full range of software products.
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