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!
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
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