JUNO-D

Synthesizer

Q.How is the JUNO-D’s memory organized?

A.The JUNO-D contains onboard memory which is used to retain and memorize settings. There are three different memory areas:

  1. Temporary memory (RAM)--is used while you edit settings on the JUNO-D.
  2. User and System memory (rewritable Flash RAM)--is used to save your edits for later recall.
  3. Preset memory (non-rewritable ROM)--is used to permanently store all of the JUNO-D’s built-in factory data, such as tone waveforms, preset patches, preset performances, etc.

The number of preset and user memories is shown in the table below:

PRESETUSER
Tone640-
PatchTotal: 640
JUNO-D original:384
GM 2:256
128
Rhythm setTotal: 20
JUNO-D original:11
GM 2:9
2
Performance328
Arpeggio template3428
Arpeggio style473-
Multichord set168
Rhythm guide(pettern)32-

(2004/09/17)

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