The Juno name first appeared for Roland back in 1982 with the release of their ground-breaking Juno-6 and Juno-60. More Juno models were released at regular intervals up until the mid 80s, then we didn’t hear any Juno news until the name returned in 2004 with the Juno-D. In 2006, Roland presented the Juno-G. In 2008, the Juno-Stage and then in 2009, the ultra-powerful, lightweight Juno-Di. A year later we got the Juno-Gi. Now in 2015, Roland has released two new Juno models, the Juno-DS88 (88 weighted keys) and Juno DS-61 (61 weighted keys).

Whether you’re working on a song idea in your room, recording a track in the studio, or playing a gig on stage, the lightweight JUNO-DS61/JUNO-DS88 synthesizers will inspire creativity and take your music wherever you go. Singer/songwriter Aquile and his band give you a glimpse of just that in this short clip.

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