Question about Roland Juno-D
This is probably normal. The sound generators need to re-configure when changing voices. This means that while one set is generating the old voice, others have to be set to the new and the old cancelled. The sound has to be muted between the setting changes... this takes a fraction of a second to do in the hardware. The only solution is to use two synths and have each set to the sounds you want. MANY musicians rack up two synths just for this purpose.
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
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