Roland Intros JUNO-60 Chorus Software Effect

Roland has introduced the JUNO-60 Chorus, a new software effect available through Roland Cloud.

Released in 1982, the JUNO-60 is still popular with musicians today, and big part its character comes from the analog stereo chorus effect. With the JUNO-60 Chorus, Roland has put the sound of this effect in a standalone plug-in for the first time.

The lush stereo chorus in the JUNO-60 was specially tuned to enhance the synth’s single DCO, fat sub-oscillator, and characterful VCF. Players quickly found it to be an essential component of the JUNO’s unique voice.

Like the original hardware, the software version has two push-button chorus modes, plus a third “secret” mode accessed by pressing both buttons at once. Each mode is modeled in meticulous detail, complete with variable analog noise for the full retro experience.

The plug-in is available in VST3, AU, and AAX versions for Mac and Windows DAWs, and native Apple silicon support provides full compatibility with the latest Mac computers.

Pricing and Availability

The Roland JUNO-60 Chorus is available with the Ultimate membership level of Roland Cloud or a $99 Lifetime Key purchase. All paid membership plans start with a 30-day free trial of Ultimate, including the JUNO-60 CHORUS and more.