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Roland Juno-60: Quiz

  

Question 1: The Juno-60 features a rather distinctive-sounding 24 dB/octave ________ with resonance.
Butterworth filterRC circuitLow-pass filterElectronic filter

Question 2: A single triangle-wave variable-rate LFO is provided as a modulation source; this can be mixed into the DCO to create ________ or into the lowpass filter to generate a tremolo effect.
CadenzaRecitativeFachVibrato

Question 3: It is possible to improvise a trigger for the arpeggio by sending a short duration loud audio signal (for example a ________ Rimshot sound) into this input.
Roland TR-808Roland Rhythm 33Roland CR-78Hip hop music

Question 4: The Juno-60 is controllable with sequencers using proprietary DCB protocol, similar to ________, but different.
EIA-422Universal Serial BusBus (computing)Musical Instrument Digital Interface

Question 5: Interestingly, the Juno-60's memory can be dumped to (or loaded from) a magnetic ________ simply by plugging a tape recorder into the appropriate jack in the instrument's rear.
Compact CassetteGramophone recordReel-to-reel audio tape recordingCompact Disc

Question 6: In addition, a three-position non-resonant ________ is provided to thin out lower frequencies.
All-pass filterElectronic filterLow-pass filterHigh-pass filter

Question 7: The Roland Juno-60 is a popular analogue 61-key polyphonic synthesizer produced by ________ in the early 1980s and a successor to the slightly earlier Juno-6.
IbanezDaikin IndustriesRoland CorporationYamaha Corporation

Question 8: ________ (during his earlier years)
Muse (band)Dominic HowardChristopher WolstenholmeMatthew Bellamy

Question 9: This instrument was succeeded by the Roland Juno-106 in ________.
1982198619831984
















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