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A split on a roland Juno-D Key-board 61 key

Be able to split two diferent sounds like Tuba & Trumpet

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Re: A split on a roland Juno-D Key-board 61 key

Pick Patch Mode

Pick patch e.g. Moog Lead

On the Eidt Section of buttons: Parameters (click once)

This should show on the orange screen

NAME : MG Lead 1

then navagate using the right left buttons to


Then press the split button (this is located on the right hand side of the board beside the ADSR pramaters) cick this until the light signifies that the board has been split aka the light beside the button is beside the word split

then navigate on the Orange screen to this


While on this screen press the upper/lower button on the right side of the synth.

this will then change the PATCHTONE (both) to PATCHTONE (upper) or PATCHTONE (lower) depending on what part you pick

then scroll through the tones you want for each part of the keyboard e.g. Tuba Left abd Trumpet right

Now what needs to be done is pick where the keys split e.g. C2 C3 C4 C5 or andy key on the keyboard not just the C's

Split point : C4

and then choose your split point

Now that youve finished you can save this setting for later playing. Navigate to:


pick your place on the keyboards memory I suggest one thats not already taken these are normally identified by this e.g. U00054

then click enter twice and you have yourself a nicely split keyboard! Enjoy!!!

Posted on Jan 18, 2011

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