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Roland Alpha Juno 1 with iPad Programmer iPG-800

The guys from Take the Fear out the Gear bring us another excellent example of how the iPG-800 can bring new life to old Roland synths. The Roland Alpha Juno 1 can be picked up for a relatively low price on eBay, because no one wants to program on the fucking thing. With iPG-800, you don't have to!

Video Description:

Welcome back to the show here we are connecting a Roland Alpha Juno 1 to the Ipad programmer IPG800 making it easy to edit sounds/patches and create new ones. We are using a line 6 midi mobilizer II as the midi interface.

iPG-800 is a MIDI Controller iPad app emulating the functionality of the PG-800, PG-300, PG-200 and PG-1000 Synthesizer Programmers that were built by Roland.

It only works with a Roland JX-8P, MKS-70, JX-10 (with Colin Fraser OS or Fred Vecoven OS), Alpha Juno 1+2, MKS-50, HS-80, JX-3P with Organix or Kiwitechnics OS and D-50/D-550.

Many thanks for watching and hope you find the video helpful for programming your old Roland synthesizers

Love and Peace Chumley and Bangers. Please subscibe and tap the bell thanks

February 26, 2020  | person_outline Tim Webb
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