Roland recently revived the name “Juno” for a new line of more affordable keyboards based on the Fantom sound engine. They include the Juno-D, Juno-G and now the Juno-Stage. At first sight, this looks like a 76-note version of the Juno-G but, although the same paint job has been employed, there are many differences between the two, and the Juno Stage is not a six-octave Juno-G. The Roland JUNO-STAGE is packed with great features for live performance, with gig-ready sounds (including the Fantom-X’s grand piano), easy-to-grab controllers, and vocal input. One of the Juno-Stage’s live performance offerings is the Song Player, which lets you stream MIDI and audio backing tracks from a USB flash drive. You also get a built-in Rhythm Pattern machine, a special Piano mode, a microphone input for adding vocals, stage-friendly patch navigation and more — all in a lightweight, affordable instrument designed for the gigging musician.
According to several user reviews, they have praised a Roland Juno Stage for the Most main features are easily accessible, though editing can be deep; Very portable, sturdy build and decent feeling keyboard; High-quality, musical and wide ranging sound set is suitable for many styles. Also, some users have complained it for no weighted keyboard version; No aftertouch.
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To restoring the Roland Juno Stage to it’s factory settings, first press MENU button, and select “4. Utility”, by using UP (∧) or DOWN (∨) buttons and then press ENTER button to enter UTILITY MENU. When a confirmation message appears, press the 7 button to execute the factory reset. Finally, when the factory reset has been completed, turn the power of the JUNO-STAGE off, then on again.
Warning! When you execute “Factory Reset”, all stored settings will be erased and returned to the factory settings. So be sure to back up any information you wish to keep. Hopefully the article of “Resetting a Roland Juno Stage synthesizer” can help you.
Reference: Roland Juno Stage manual