Juno 60 combinator based on TAL U-NO-62

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crimsonwarlock
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Post 03 Feb 2022

If you want a Juno 6/60 in your rack, now you can have it, and for free :puf_bigsmile:

uno62screenshot.jpg

It wraps TAL's very nice free U-NO-62 VST-plugin so you can edit it in the rack. The VST plugin can be downloaded here:

https://tal-software.com/products/tal-u-no-62

KNOWN LIMITATIONS: basically every control of the VST is available on the combinator. However, the LFO-wave and LFO-tempo controls are mapped, but the VST doesn't respond correctly for these controls. Inside the VST, the wave can be switched between several waveforms, but external control (through the combiinator) flips between sine wave and triangle wave. The tempo inside the VST can be set to various divisions, but the external midi control flips between no host sync and 1/16 host sync. For this reason, I didn't put specific values for those rotaries.

The combinator is attached below.
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Last edited by crimsonwarlock on 04 Feb 2022, edited 1 time in total.
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thedude
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Post 03 Feb 2022

Would this map 1:1 to UNO-LX as well?

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crimsonwarlock
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Post 03 Feb 2022

thedude wrote:
03 Feb 2022
Would this map 1:1 to UNO-LX as well?
The LX version has some more options, so you won't be able to map everything. However, you can obviously put an LX into this combinator and remap the controls to the corresponding LX controls, as all the U-NO-62 controls are also on the LX version. Remapping will take a little time, but nobody will stop you if you do :puf_bigsmile:
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