Since the recent resurrection of the Juno line in 2005, Roland has been busy honing and updating the range to keep it fresh. The Gi is the latest addition to the seemingly ever-expanding Juno range. In the JUNO tradition of great sound, compact design, easy operation, and affordable price, the JUNO-Gi delivers big. Roland loaded the JUNO-Gi up over 1,300 sounds and the same sound-shaping powers you’ve come to expect from the JUNO series. It’s a hybrid of features, the standout being an eight-track digital audio recorder. To keyboardists looking for sonic flexibility that won’t break their backs, the ingredients are certainly there.
According to several user reviews, they have praised it for the Deep sound set is versatile and inspiring; Relatively easy learning curve; Eight-track audio recorder with good mastering effects; DiGital recorder is a bonus high-quality composing tool; Very portable; Can run on batteries. Also, some users have complained it for the Velocity switching on some keyboard sounds is a bit abrupt; No aftertouch; Only two tracks recordable at once.
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To restoring a Roland JUNO-Gi to it’s factory settings, first in the UTILITY MENU screen, select the “Factory Reset,” by using use the cursor buttons, and then press the ENTER button. When a confirmation message appear, press the 5 button to start the Factory Reset operation. Finally, When the factory reset has been completed, turn the power of the JUNO-Gi off, then on again.
Warning! When you execute “Factory Reset”, all stored settings will be erased and returned to the factory settings. Be sure you want to erase the memory and return the Roland JUNO-Gi to its factory default state before continuing with this procedure. Hopefully the article of “Reset a Roland JUNO-Gi Synth Keyboard” can help you.
Reference: Roland JUNO-Gi manual