New 76-note JUNO-DS model provides extended creative range for performing keyboardists
Los Angeles, CA — Roland announces the JUNO-DS76, the latest addition to the popular JUNO-DS synthesizer lineup. Like all JUNO-DS models, the JUNO-DS76 features a lightweight design for easy travel, a wide variety of professional sounds for covering any music genre, and support for mobile performing with battery operation. Equipped with a 76-note synth-action keyboard, the JUNO-DS76 is an ideal choice for players who want to expand their musical range with multiple sounds split across the keyboard.
Perfect for ambitious new bands, the JUNO-DS series offers next-generation instruments that are ultra-portable and easy to operate. Light-yet-durable construction and streamlined operation make the instruments simple to load in and set up, allowing users to focus on their musical performances without distraction. Filled with flexible features like ready-to-play sounds, onboard pads for audio playback, a pattern sequencer for creating original songs, and numerous others, the JUNO-DS enables players to take on every creative scenario.
For keyboardists who mostly play organ, synth, and other sounds, the 76-note keyboard on the JUNO-DS76 provides increased playing comfort when different sounds are assigned to the upper and lower note ranges. The keys are also a little longer than a standard synth keyboard, offering a playing feel that’s smooth and consistent no matter where the key is pressed. And with a weight of just 15.25 lb./6.9 kg, the JUNO-DS76 is much more portable than typical 76-note synths.
The new JUNO-DS76 joins the two existing models in the JUNO-DS lineup. With its 61-note synth-action keyboard, the JUNO-DS61 packs all the powerful JUNO-DS features into an easy-to-carry instrument for busy players on the move. Equipped with 88 weighted keys, the JUNO-DS88 is a great option for both piano-based pros and serious piano students. Roland’s Ivory Feel-G Keyboard with progressive hammer action provides high-end touch and playability for the expressive JUNO-DS piano sounds while keeping the instrument light and easy to carry.
To learn more about the JUNO-DS76 and the entire JUNO-DS lineup, visit Roland.com.