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    Owner’s manual should be read in its entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference. Copyright © 2008 ROLAND CORPORATION All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION.

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    (water, soft drinks, etc.) to penetrate the unit. • When using the unit with a rack or stand recom- mended by Roland, the rack or stand must be carefully placed so it is level and sure to remain ......................

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    ......................101c (This instrument’s phantom power: 48V DC, 10 mA Max) • This (JUNO-STAGE) for use only with Roland stand KS-12. Use with other stands is capable of ......................resulting in instability causing possible injury.

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    However, in certain cases (such as when circuitry related to Placement memory itself is out of order), we regret that it may not be possible to restore the data, and Roland assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. • Using the unit near power amplifiers (or other equipment containing large power transformers) may induce hum.

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    Technology Properties Limited (TPL). Roland has licensed this technology from the TPL Group. • Avoid touching or scratching the shiny underside (encoded surface) of the disc. Damaged or dirty CD-ROM discs may not be read properly.

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    Contents USING THE UNIT SAFELY................ 3 IMPORTANT NOTES ................5 Introduction Panel Descriptions................14 Front Panel ..........................14 Rear Panel ........................... 16 Getting Ready ..................18 Installing a Wave Expansion Board..................18 Cautions When Installing a Wave Expansion Board ................. 18 How to Install a Wave Expansion Board ..................

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    Registering, Calling Up, or Editing Favorites in a List................. 48 Switching Favorites with a Single Button ([FAVORITE UP/ASSIGNABLE]) ..........48 Using a Pedal to Select Favorites (PATCH SELECT Pedal) ..............48 Playing the JUNO-STAGE in Performance Mode ............... 49 Selecting a Performance ........................ 49 Selecting a Part ..........................50 Selecting a Patch for Each Part .......................

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    Contents Using the D Beam Controller to Modify the Sound..............56 SOLO SYNTH ..........................57 ACTIVE EXPRESSION........................57 ASSIGNABLE ..........................57 Using the Knobs to Modify the Sound (SOUND MODIFY)............58 Disabling the Knobs ([LOCK])......................59 Assigning a Function to the Pedal (Control Pedal)..............59 Playing Arpeggios ([ARPEGGIO]) .....................

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    About MIDI ..........................88 About MIDI Connectors ......................... 88 MIDI Channels and Multitimbral Sound Generators..............88 Using the JUNO-STAGE as a Master Keyboard (MIDI Controller Mode) ........89 Specifying the Transmit Channel..................... 89 Detailed Settings in MIDI Controller Mode ..................89 Playing the JUNO-STAGE from an External MIDI Device............

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    Contents Functions of Patch Parameters ....................98 Settings Common to the Entire Patch ....................98 Modifying Waveforms/Pitch/Pitch Envelope .................. 103 Modifying the Brightness of a Sound with a Filter (TVF/TVF Envelope) ..........106 Adjusting the Volume (TVA/TVA Envelope) ..................108 Matrix Control Settings/Miscellaneous Settings ................

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    Types of Data that can be Saved ....................144 Saving Data to USB Memory (User Backup) ................... 144 Restoring Saved Data from USB Memory Back into the JUNO-STAGE (User Restore) ......144 System Settings ........................145 Procedure for Making System Settings ................... 145 Saving the Changes You’ve Made to the System Settings (WRITE) ............

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    Introduction...

  • Page 14: Panel Descriptions, Front Panel

    Selects Piano mode. This provides the most suitable settings for piano place. playing (p. 25, p. 116). * Connect the USB memory after you turn on the JUNO-STAGE’s power. Never disconnect the USB memory while the JUNO-STAGE is KEYBOARD powered up.

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    Panel Descriptions [SONG LIST] Displays the song list if USB memory is connected. Display LEVEL [ This shows information about the operation you’re performing. Use these buttons to adjust the volume of the rhythm pattern or song (p. 69, p. 74). PATCH/PERFORM NUMBER Display This indicates the number of the currently selected patch or performance.

  • Page 16: Rear Panel

    USB MIDI Connector control a wide variety of parameters or functions that you can assign Use this connector to connect the JUNO-STAGE to your computer via a * Use only the specified expression pedal (EV-5; sold separately). By USB cable (p. 92).

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    MEMO...

  • Page 18: Getting Ready, Installing A Wave Expansion Board, Cautions When Installing A Wave Expansion Board

    Wave Expansion Boards store Wave data, patches, and rhythm sets, cables, including the AC adaptor, from the JUNO-STAGE. and by equipping the JUNO-STAGE with these boards, you can greatly expand your sound palette. From the JUNO-STAGE, remove only the screw shown in the following diagram, and detach the cover.

  • Page 19: Checking The Installed Wave Expansion Board, Connections, Connecting The Ac Adaptor

    Installation tool Make sure that the [POWER] switch is off. Connect the included power cord to the included AC adaptor. Connect the AC adaptor to the JUNO-STAGE’s DC IN jack, and plug the power cord into an AC outlet. fig.AC-setsuzoku.eps Use the screw that you removed in step 2 to fasten the cover back in place.

  • Page 20: Connecting The External Equipment

    Getting Ready Connecting the External Equipment Since JUNO-STAGE contains no amplifier or speakers, you’ll need to connect it to audio equipment such as a keyboard amplifier, monitor speaker system or home stereo, or use headphones to hear its sound. In order to fully experience the JUNO-STAGE’s sound, we recommend using a stereo amp/speaker system. If you’re using a mono system, however, make your connections to the JUNO-STAGE’s OUTPUT L/MONO jack.

  • Page 21: Connecting Pedals, Connecting A Portable Audio Device

    Music Player Cable You must use the specified expression pedal or pedal switch (EV-5 or (Accessory) DP series; sold separately). Connecting a unit made by another Portable manufacturer may cause the JUNO-STAGE to malfunction. audio player EXT INPUT Music Player Pad jack...

  • Page 22: Turning On/off The Power, Turning Off The Power, Adjusting The Volume Level

    • Are all devices connected properly? turning it toward the right will increase the volume. • Have the volume controls of the JUNO-STAGE and all connected Also adjust the connected device to an appropriate volume. audio devices been turned to their lowest settings? Turn on the [POWER] switch located on the rear panel of the JUNO-STAGE.

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    Quick Start...

  • Page 24: Listening To The Demo Songs

    QUICK START Listening to the Demo Songs Here’s how to listen to the demo songs. fig.panel-demo.eps Power up the JUNO-STAGE as described in “Turning On/Off the Power” (p. 22). fig.disp-demo.eps Press [PLAY]. The DEMO PLAY screen will appear. The demo song will begin playing.

  • Page 25: Playing The Keyboard, Playing In Piano Mode ([piano Mode])

    Here’s how you can play piano on the JUNO-STAGE. When you press [PIANO MODE], the JUNO-STAGE will be set to “Piano mode,” which gives you the ideal settings for piano performance. You can choose either acoustic piano or electric piano as the sound, and make further detailed settings for each of these sounds.

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    QUICK START Playing the Keyboard ■ Selecting a Patch from a List Here’s how to access a list of patches that you can select in Piano mode. fig.disp-pianolist.eps In the PIANO MODE screen, press [6 (LIST)]. Press [2 (AC.PIANO)] or [3 (EL.PIANO)]. Use the VALUE dial or [DEC] [INC] to select a patch, and then press [6 (SELECT)].

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    Playing the Keyboard ■ Selecting the Effect That Will be Applied to the Electric Piano Sound You can choose from effects that are often applied to electric piano. The parameters that can be edited will depend on the effect you’ve selected. In the PIANO MODE screen, press [3 (EL.PIANO)].

  • Page 28: Selecting Sounds, Selecting Sounds (patches), Playing Various Sounds (category Group Buttons)

    On the JUNO-STAGE, the sounds you’ll be performing are called “patches.” The JUNO-STAGE contains a wide variety of patches such as “piano,” “guitar,” or “brass” patches. These are called “preset patches.” You are also free to create and save your own original patches (“user patches”).

  • Page 29: Selecting Sounds From The List

    Selecting Sounds ■ Selecting a Patch from an Expansion Board The JUNO-STAGE allows you to install up to two separately available wave expansion boards, and select patches from them. For details on installing an expansion board, refer to “Installing a Wave Expansion Board” (p.

  • Page 30: Registering And Selecting Frequently Used Sounds (favorite), Auditioning The Sounds ([preview])

    QUICK START Selecting Sounds Registering and Selecting Frequently Used Sounds (FAVORITE) You can register your frequently used sounds in “Favorite” so they can be selected instantly when desired. You can register your favorite sounds to the ten buttons [0]–[9]. ■ Registering a Patch Press [PATCH].

  • Page 31: Playing Multiple Sounds

    Press [PERFORM]. The PERFORM PLAY screen will appear. fig.disp-split.eps Patch Number Press [SPLIT] so it’s lit. The JUNO-STAGE will be in Split mode. [PART SELECT] will light, and the PART SELECT screen will appear. fig.split.eps Split point (C4) The right-hand keyboard area will play the Upper part patch, and the left-hand keyboard area will play the Lower part patch.

  • Page 32: Changing The Split Point, Playing Layered Sounds ([dual])

    QUICK START Selecting Sounds Changing the Split Point When you’re in Split, you can change the split point (the location at which the keyboard is divided). Press [SPLIT] to turn Split on. While holding down [SPLIT], press the key that you want to assign as the split point. The key you pressed will be the new split point.

  • Page 33: Modifying The Sound In Real Time, Using The Pitch Bend/modulation Lever To Modify The Sound

    Selecting Sounds Modifying the Sound in Real Time Using the Pitch Bend/Modulation Lever to Modify the Sound fig.lever.eps Pitch bend Modulation While playing the keyboard, you can lower the pitch by moving the lever to the left, or raise the pitch by moving the lever to the right.

  • Page 34: Changing The Pitch In Semitone Steps ([transpose])

    QUICK START Selecting Sounds Changing the Pitch in Semitone Steps ([TRANSPOSE]) The transpose function lets you change the pitch of the keyboard in semitone steps. You can use this when you need to perform a transposing instrument such as trumpet or clarinet at the pitches printed in the musical score.

  • Page 35: Using The Knobs To Modify The Sound (sound Modify)

    Selecting Sounds Using the Knobs to Modify the Sound (SOUND MODIFY) fig.panel-sndmod.eps When you turn a knob, the corresponding setting window will open. The window will close a short time after you release the knob. Depending on the settings of the patch, turning a knob might not affect the sound in some cases. When in split or dual keyboard mode (in Per- formance mode), these changes will affect the currently selected part.

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    QUICK START Selecting Sounds ■ Modifying the Tone Quality ([CUTOFF]/[RESONANCE] Knobs) You can adjust the settings of the filter that cuts or boosts a specific frequency region of the sound. Knob Explanation Adjusts the filter (cutoff frequency) at which the filter begins to take effect. [CUTOFF] Turning the knob toward the right will brighten the sound, and turning it toward the left will darken the sound.

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    Reference...

  • Page 38: Chapter 1. Overview, How The Juno-stage Is Organized, Basic Structure, Patch Mode And Performance Mode

    (controllers such as keyboard, pitch bend/modulation lever, etc.) Of the sixteen parts in a Performance on the JUNO-STAGE, part 1 is assigned to “UPPER” and part 2 is assigned to “LOWER” (p. 51).

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    Use the LFO to create cyclic changes (modulation) in a sound. The Patches are the basic sound configurations that you play during a JUNO-STAGE has two LFOs. Either one or both can be applied to performance. Each patch can be configured by combining up to four effect the WG (pitch), TVF (filter) and/or TVA (volume).

  • Page 40: About The Effects

    Calculating the Number of Voices Being Used About the Effects The JUNO-STAGE is able to play up to 128 notes simultaneously. The The JUNO-STAGE has built-in effect units, and you can independently polyphony, or the number of voices (sounds) does not refer only to the edit each unit’s settings.

  • Page 41: About Memory

    Tone Multi-Effects Audio File Chorus System Reverb Patch Rhythm Set Performance Rhythm Set Restore Backup Rhythm Multi-Effects Tone Chorus JUNO-STAGE Reverb System User Preset Patch Performance GM (GM2) Rhythm Set Rhythm Set Patch Performance Rhythm Set Patch Select Select Select...

  • Page 42: Basic Operation Of The Juno-stage, Switching The Sound Generator Mode

    The JUNO-STAGE’s sound generator can operate in one of two When you play the JUNO-STAGE, sound is produced based on data modes: Patch mode or Performance mode (p. 38). You can switch in the temporary area. When you edit a patch or performance, you between these two modes as appropriate for your situation.

  • Page 43: About The Function Buttons, Editing A Value

    Chapter 1. Overview About the Function Buttons Editing a Value The six [KBD/ORG/2]–[VOCAL/PAD/7] buttons located below the Moving the Cursor display execute various functions (function buttons), and their operation will differ depending on the screen. The functions are shown A single screen or window displays multiple parameters or items for in the bottom of the screen, and the corresponding function buttons selection.

  • Page 44: Entering A Value ([numeric]), Assigning A Name

    Assigning a Name If you turn [NUMERIC] on, you’ll be able to use the ([RHYTHM/0]– On the JUNO-STAGE, you can assign names to each patch, rhythm [BASS/9]) to enter numeric values. set, performance. The procedure is the same for any type of data.

  • Page 45: Chapter 2. Selecting Sounds, Selecting Patches, Selecting Patches In Patch Mode

    Chapter 2. Selecting Sounds Selecting Patches Selecting Patches in Patch Mode Each of the various sounds in the JUNO-STAGE is called a “patch.” Here’s how to select a patch in Patch mode. Some patches are collections of percussion instrument sounds, and You can select a patch in any of the following five ways.

  • Page 46: Selecting Patches From The Patch List, Selecting Patches By Number ([numeric])

    You can switch patches by using a pedal switch (such as the Press [PATCH]. separately available FS-5U or FS-6) connected to the PATCH SELECT The JUNO-STAGE will enter Patch mode, and the PATCH PLAY jack. screen will appear. You can use a stereo cable (sold separately) to connect either two pedal switches (sold separately) or one pedal switch (such as one Press one of the [RHYTHM]–[BASS] (category group) buttons to...

  • Page 47: Auditioning A Patch ([preview]), Registering And Calling Up Favorite Patches Or Performances (favorite)

    Chapter 2. Selecting Sounds Auditioning a Patch ([PREVIEW]) Registering and Calling Up Favorite Patches or Performances (FAVORITE) You can press and hold down the [PREVIEW] button to audition the patch or rhythm set using a suitable phrase that’s provided for each If there are sounds that you frequently use when playing live, you can type (category) of patch.

  • Page 48: Calling Up A Favorite Sound, Registering, Calling Up, Or Editing Favorites In A List

    * It will take several seconds for this OFF] is off. move to be executed. Use [0]–[9] to select a Favorites number. Depending on the favorite sound you selected, the JUNO-STAGE will enter Patch mode or Performance mode. Switching Favorites with a Single Button ([FAVORITE UP/ASSIGNABLE]) The screen’s function buttons are not available if FAVORITE...

  • Page 49: Playing The Juno-stage In Performance Mode, Selecting A Performance

    USER When you switch performances, you are calling up the settings for This is a group of rewritable performances inside the JUNO-STAGE. parts 1–16 together with other related settings saved in that Performances you create can be saved in this group. The user group performance.

  • Page 50: Selecting A Part, Selecting A Patch For Each Part

    Chapter 2. Selecting Sounds Selecting Performances by Number Selecting a Part ([NUMERIC]) The currently selected part is called the “current part.” When the cursor is located at the performance number, you can select a performance by pressing [NUMERIC], using [0]–[9] to specify the Press [PERFORM] or [PART SELECT] so it’s lit.

  • Page 51: Playing Layered Sounds (dual), Dividing The Keyboard Into Two Areas To Play Separate Sounds (split)

    Chapter 2. Selecting Sounds Press [SPLIT] so it’s lit. Playing Layered Sounds (DUAL) Split keyboard mode will be selected. [PART SELECT] will light, and the PART SELECT screen will “Dual” refers to a setup in which two patches sound together. appear.

  • Page 52: Chapter 3. Versatile Performance Functions, Changing The Keyboard Settings

    In Patch mode or Piano mode, this setting cannot be saved. The value will be reset to “0” when you power up the JUNO-STAGE. In Performance mode or MIDI controller mode you can specify an...

  • Page 53: Changing The Temperament To An Arabian Or Other Scale (scale Tune)

    E, F and G#, Bb and C#, and Eb and F#. Use [ ] to select “1. System,” and press [ENTER]. On the JUNO-STAGE you can use Arabian temperament in The System Menu window will appear. the three keys of G, C, and F.

  • Page 54: Adjusting The Keyboard Touch, Changing The Pitch In Real Time (pitch Bend/modulation Lever)

    Chapter 3. Versatile Performance Functions Changing the Pitch in Real Time Adjusting the Keyboard Touch (Pitch Bend/Modulation Lever) You can set the instrument so all notes sound at a fixed volume regardless of the strength (velocity) at which you play the keys, or While holding down a key, moving the lever to the left will lower the adjust the way in which the keyboard responds to your playing touch.

  • Page 55: Assigning Functions To [s1] [s2], Controlling Portamento, Playing Monophonically, Simulating A Guitarist's Double-bending

    Chapter 3. Versatile Performance Functions Assigning Functions to [S1] [S2] Playing Monophonically In step 3 of the above procedure, assign “MONO/POLY” to “Switch You can assign various performance-related functions to [S1] and 1” or “Switch 2.” [S2]. When you turn [S1] or [S2] on/off, the assigned function will be switched or turned on/off.

  • Page 56: Using The D Beam Controller To Modify The Sound

    It can be used to apply various effects, depending on the function make sure that “PATCH OUT” is set to “MFX.” If any other setting that is assigned to it. On the JUNO-STAGE, the D Beam controller can is selected, change it to “MFX.”...

  • Page 57: Solo Synth, Active Expression, Assignable

    For details on the available parameters and values, refer to “[4 (ATV EXP)]” (p. 153). On the JUNO-STAGE you can play a monophonic synthesizer whose pitch is controlled by the D Beam controller. If you want to keep these settings, press [7 (WRITE)].

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    Chapter 3. Versatile Performance Functions On the JUNO-STAGE, you can use the two ENVELOPE knobs to adjust Using the Knobs to Modify the Sound the A (Attack) and R (Release) times of the currently selected patch. (SOUND MODIFY) Mode Parameter...

  • Page 59: Disabling The Knobs ([lock]), Assigning A Function To The Pedal (control Pedal)

    (MASTER EQ). series; sold separately), or foot switches (sold separately) can be Knob Parameter Value Explanation connected to the JUNO-STAGE. Adjusts the low range sound. Press [MENU]. Turning the knob toward the right will boost the low range [LOW] Low Gain -15–0–+15...

  • Page 60: Playing Arpeggios ([arpeggio]), About Arpeggio Function, Playing By Using Arpeggios

    This sets the arpeggio tempo. About Arpeggio Function Press [TAP TEMPO]. The JUNO-STAGE has an Arpeggio function that lets you produce The tempo setting window will open. arpeggios automatically; simply press some keys and a corresponding arpeggio will be played automatically.

  • Page 61: Arpeggio Settings

    Chapter 3. Versatile Performance Functions Arpeggio Settings Press [ARPEGGIO] so it’s lit. Alternatively, hold down [SHIFT] and press [ARPEGGIO]. The ARPEGGIO STYLE screen appears. By holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [ARPEGGIO], you can access the ARPEGGIO STYLE screen without turning the arpeggio function on/off. Press [ ] to select the parameter.

  • Page 62: Creating An Arpeggio Style

    Chapter 3. Versatile Performance Functions Selecting Ascending/Descending Variations Creating an Arpeggio Style (Motif) In addition to using the built-in arpeggio styles, you are free to create This selects the method used to play sounds (motif) when you have a your own. greater number of notes than programmed for the Arpeggio Style.

  • Page 63: Saving An Arpeggio Style You've Created (write)

    If you want to keep a • To input a rest, press [4 (REST)]. style you’ve created, you must save it in the JUNO-STAGE’s user memory. • To erase the note, hold down [SHIFT] and press [7 (CLR NOTE)].

  • Page 64: Using The Chord Memory Function ([chord Memory]), About The Chord Memory Function

    Chord Forms, just by pressing a single key on the By holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [CHORD MEMORY], you keyboard. The JUNO-STAGE can store 64 preset chord forms and 64 can access the CHORD MEMORY screen without turning the user chord forms.

  • Page 65: Creating Your Own Chord Forms, Saving The Chord Forms You Have Created (write)

    When you have finished, press [6 (EXIT)]. A message will ask you for confirmation. You will return to the CHORD MEMORY screen. To cancel, press [6 (CANCEL)]. To save the Chord Form, press [7 (EXEC)]. Never switch off the JUNO-STAGE while data is being saved.

  • Page 66: Using The V-link ([v-link]), What Is V-link, Connection Example, Turning The V-link On/off

    .tokyo Performance Package. Resets the effect applied to the image, and restores all settings • Use the JUNO-STAGE’s knob to control the brightness and hue of [6 (ALL)] (All Reset) such as brightness and hue to their the image.

  • Page 67: V-link Settings (v-link Setup)

    Chapter 3. Versatile Performance Functions On V-LINK compatible devices such as the Edirol DV-7PR/P-1, V-LINK Settings (V-LINK SETUP) only Note Tx Channel A is used. In motion dive .tokyo Performance Package, the Note Tx Channel Press [V-LINK] to access the V-LINK screen. corresponds as follows.

  • Page 68: Chapter 4. Using The Song Player, Playing Back Music Files (song Player)

    Creating a Playlist On your computer, start up the included “Playlist Editor” software and create a playlist. When you want to use the JUNO-STAGE to play backing tracks (accompaniment), it’s convenient to create a playlist beforehand to specify the order in which the tracks should be played.

  • Page 69: Smf/audio Files That Can Be Played, Selecting And Playing A Song ([song List])

    Adjusting this setting will also change the “Song Player Level” played. setting in the System settings “CLICK/PLAYER” (p. 151). • The JUNO-STAGE can handle a maximum of 999 songs or playlists. (The maximum number that can be handled by Playlist Editor is also 999.) If you want to adjust the volume of an individual song, refer to “SONG LEVEL EDIT Screen”...

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    Chapter 4. Using the Song Player Changing the Tempo of the Song (SMF) SONG INFORMATION Screen fig.disp-songinfo.eps You can change the playback tempo of SMF songs. Select the song. Press [TAP TEMPO]. The tempo setting window will open. Use [ ] to switch the screen.

  • Page 71: Selecting And Playing A Playlist

    Chapter 4. Using the Song Player SONG LEVEL EDIT Screen Selecting and Playing a Playlist For an SMF song Perform the following steps after performing steps 1–3 of fig.disp-snglvl-smf.eps “Selecting and Playing a Song ([SONG LIST])” (p. 69). Press [2 (PLAYLIST)]. The PLAYLIST SELECT screen will appear.

  • Page 72: Changing The Song Order, Deleting A Song From The Playlist

    Chapter 4. Using the Song Player PLAYLIST INFORMATION Screen Changing the Song Order fig.disp-playlistinfo.eps Here’s how to change the order of the currently selected song. In the SONG SELECT screen (p. 70), press [5 (CHANGE)] to access the Change Order window. Use [ ] to switch the screen.

  • Page 73: Saving The Settings Of The Playlist (write), Performing Along With A Song ([c. Cancel/minus One])

    Chapter 4. Using the Song Player Saving the Settings of the Playlist (WRITE) Connecting a Portable Audio Device (EXT INPUT jack) Here’s how to save the settings of the currently selected playlist. You can connect an MP3 player or other audio device to the JUNO- In the SONG SELECT screen (p.

  • Page 74: Playing Rhythm Patterns ([rhythm Pattern]), Playing Rhythm Patterns

    What is a rhythm pattern? The tempo setting window will open. The JUNO-STAGE contains 256 preset rhythm patterns. Simply by Press [TAP TEMPO] three or more times at the desired tempo. pressing the function buttons ([2]–[7]) you can play a wide variety of rhythm patterns.

  • Page 75: Editing A Rhythm Pattern

    Chapter 4. Using the Song Player Parameter Values Explanation Editing a Rhythm Pattern This specifies the duration of each note in the rhythm pattern. You can specify whether each note RHYTHM PATTERN Screen will have a short duration for a staccato feel, or an extended duration fig.disp-r-ptn.eps for a tenuto feel.

  • Page 76: Creating A Rhythm Pattern

    Chapter 4. Using the Song Player Press [7 (CLOSE)] to close the Rhythm Setup window. Creating a Rhythm Pattern You will return to the RHYTHM PATTERN EDIT screen. In addition to using the preset rhythm patterns that are provided, you Press [7 (STP REC)] to make the check mark (✔) appear.

  • Page 77: Saving A Rhythm Pattern (write), Creating A Rhythm Group

    Chapter 4. Using the Song Player Saving a Rhythm Pattern (WRITE) Creating a Rhythm Group The rhythm pattern you’ve created is temporary, and will be lost if you In addition to using the rhythm groups that are provided, you can turn off the power or select a different pattern.

  • Page 78: Saving A Rhythm Group You've Created (write)

    (p. 133). This is convenient when someone will be playing along on the drums while using the JUNO-STAGE’s song player to play back a song. You can make detailed settings for the volume and tone of the click sound that is output from the SONG/CLICK OUT jack, and also specify what will be output from the SONG/CLICK OUT jack.

  • Page 79: Chapter 5. Applying Effects To The Sound, Applying Effects

    Turning Effects On/Off (Effect Switch) (Example of MFX1 screen in Performance mode) The JUNO-STAGE’s onboard effects can be switched on/off as a With the cursor located at the top line of the screen, use the VALUE dial or [DEC] [INC] to select the desired effect type.

  • Page 80: Applying Effects In Patch Mode, Signal Flow And Parameters (effect Routing)

    Chapter 5. Applying Effects to the Sound Applying Effects in Patch Mode In Patch mode you can use one multi-effect (MFX), one chorus, and one reverb. Signal Flow and Parameters (EFFECT ROUTING) Here you can make overall settings for effects, such as the output destination and level of the various signals. fig.Routing For details on how to make settings, refer to “Making Effect Settings”...

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    Chapter 5. Applying Effects to the Sound Parameter Range Explanation Type of reverb 0 (OFF): Reverb will not be used 1 (REVERB): Basic reverb Reverb Type 0–5 2 (SRV ROOM): Reverb that simulates the reverberation of a room in greater detail 3 (SRV HALL): Reverb that simulates the reverberation of a hall in greater detail 4 (SRV PLATE): Simulation of a plate echo (a reverb device that uses a metal plate) 5 (GM2 REV): GM2 reverb...

  • Page 82: Applying Effects In Performance Mode, Signal Flow And Parameters (effect Routing)

    Chapter 5. Applying Effects to the Sound Applying Effects in Performance Mode In Performance mode you can use three multi-effects (MFX1, MFX2, MFX3), one chorus, and one reverb. The three multi-effects, chorus, and reverb can each use the effect settings of the performance, or the effect settings of the patch or rhythm set assigned to the specified part. In addition, the three multi-effects can not only be used individually but also as a combination of multi-effects.

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    Chapter 5. Applying Effects to the Sound Parameter Range Explanation PRF, Chorus parameter settings used by the performance UP (P1), Chorus Source PRF: Use the chorus settings of the performance LO (P2), UP (P1)–P16: Use the chorus settings of the patch or rhythm set assigned to the specified part P3–P16 Type of chorus 0 (OFF): Chorus/delay will not be used...

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    In order to control the multi-effect’s volume or delay time from an external MIDI device, you would normally need to transmit system exclusive messages (MIDI messages that are specific to the JUNO-STAGE). However, system exclusive messages are more complex to set up, and require a larger amount of data to be transmitted.

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    Chapter 5. Applying Effects to the Sound Parameter Range Explanation Specifies the MIDI message that will control the corresponding MFX control parameter. OFF: MFX will not be used. OFF, CC01–31: Controller number 1–31 CC01–31, Source (1–4) CC33–95: Controller number 33–95 CC33–95, (Control Source) PITCH BEND,...

  • Page 86: Specifying How Multi-effects Are Combined (mfx Structure), Reverb Settings (reverb)

    Chapter 5. Applying Effects to the Sound Specifying How Multi-Effects are Combined (MFX STRUCTURE) Here you can specify how MFX 1–3 will be combined. This parameter does not exist in Patch mode. fig. In the MFX screen (p. 84) or MFX CTRL screen (p. 84), press [5 (STRUCT)] to access the MFX STRUCTURE screen.

  • Page 87: Chapter 6. Performing With A Microphone, Connecting A Mic, Adjusting The Volume Of The Mic

    Chapter 6. Performing with a Microphone Connecting a Mic Using the Vocoder The JUNO-STAGE uses MFX to simulate a vocoder. fig.mic-connect Press [PATCH] so it’s lit. Dinamic Condenser You’ll be in Patch mode. Select “PRST 1027 VOCODER Ens” as the patch.

  • Page 88: Chapter 7. Connecting An External Midi Device, About Midi, About Midi Connectors

    The cable from the antenna carries the TV The JUNO-STAGE is equipped with the following two types of MIDI signals from many broadcast stations. connectors, each of which has the following role.

  • Page 89: Using The Juno-stage As A Master Keyboard (midi Controller Mode), Specifying The Transmit Channel

    Master Keyboard fig.disp-midicontroll.eps (MIDI Controller Mode) You can connect external MIDI devices to the JUNO-STAGE’s MIDI OUT connector, and use the JUNO-STAGE to control the connected MIDI devices. You can set the keyboard to Split (p. 51) or Dual (p. 51) modes even in MIDI controller mode.

  • Page 90: Playing The Juno-stage From An External Midi Device, Setting The Receive Channel

    MIDI FILTER screen to specify the JUNO-STAGE’s receive channel. the “Rx (Receive Switch),” “PC (Receive Program Change),” and Here we’ll explain how to make settings for playing the JUNO-STAGE “BS (Receive Bank Select)” setting for each part (p. 138), in in Patch mode.

  • Page 91: Synchronizing With An External Midi Device, Transmitting Synchronization Data

    Chapter 7. Connecting an External MIDI Device Synchronizing with an External Transmitting Synchronization Data MIDI Device If you want an external MIDI device to synchronize to the operation of the JUNO-STAGE, make the following settings. Connection Example Parameter Value fig.midi-sync_e.eps...

  • Page 92: Exchanging Midi Messages With Your Computer, Installing The Usb Driver

    • No USB cable is included. Please consult the dealer from whom you purchased the JUNO-STAGE. • Power up the JUNO-STAGE before you start up the MIDI application on your computer. Do not turn the JUNO-STAGE’s power on or off while the MIDI application is running.

  • Page 93: Specifying The Usb Driver, Using Juno-stage Editor/librarian/playlist Editor, Installing Juno-stage Editor/librarian/playlist Editor In Your Computer

    JUNO-STAGE. JUNO-STAGE Editor lets you use your computer to edit the JUNO- If you want to change this setting, disconnect the USB cable STAGE’s sounds and other settings. Parameters can be assigned to before doing so.

  • Page 94: Chapter 8. Detailed Editing For Patches, Editing In A Graphic Display (zoom Edit)

    This is a group of rewritable patches inside the JUNO-STAGE. Patches ● Choose a patch that’s close to what you have in mind (p. 45) you create can be saved in this group. When the JUNO-STAGE is If you’re trying to create a new patch, it will be difficult to shipped from the factory, this group already contains 256 patches.

  • Page 95: Viewing And Editing All Parameters (pro Edit)

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Press [3 (PATCH EDIT)], or use the VALUE dial to select “PATCH Viewing and Editing All Parameters (PRO EDIT) EDIT” and then press [ENTER]. The ZOOM EDIT screen will appear. This shows the parameters of ZOOM EDIT, and additionally allows fig.disp-zoomedit.eps you to edit in greater detail.

  • Page 96: Initializing A Patch, Copying Patch (tone) Settings

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Repeat steps 5–8 to edit the parameters as desired. Copying Patch (Tone) Settings 10. If you want to save the modified settings, press [WRITE] (p. 97). If you decide not to save the changes you made, press [EXIT] to Here’s how to copy the tone settings of a desired patch to the currently exit the PRO EDIT screen.

  • Page 97: Saving A Patch You've Created ([write])

    Note when selecting a waveform ([WRITE]) The JUNO-STAGE uses complex PCM waveforms as the basis for its sounds. For this reason, you should be aware that if you specify a Changes you make are temporary, and will be lost when you turn off waveform that is very different than the original waveform, the result the power or select another patch.

  • Page 98: Functions Of Patch Parameters, Settings Common To The Entire Patch

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Functions of Patch Parameters Settings Common to the Entire Patch GENERAL Parameters indicated by ( ) can be edited via ZOOM EDIT (p. 94). ZOOM Parameter marked with a “★” can be controlled using specified MIDI messages. (Matrix Control, p.

  • Page 99

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Changing How a Tone is Sounded (Structure) Parameter Value Explanation Struct 1 & 2, 3 & 4 Determines how tone 1 and 2, or tone 3 and 4 are connected. (Structure Type) TYPE 01–TYPE 10 The following 10 different Types of combination are available.

  • Page 100

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Parameter Value Explanation Specifies the amount of boost that is applied (when the structure type is TYPE 03 or TYPE 04) Booster 1&2, 3&4 0, +6, The booster distorts the sound by boosting the input signal, producing the distortion (Booster Gain) +12, +18 effect that is often used with an electric guitar.

  • Page 101

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches PORTAMENTO Portamento is an effect which smoothly changes the pitch from the first-played key to the next-played key. fig.PortaStart.e Portamento Start: PITCH Portamento Start: NOTE Pitch Pitch Time Time press D4 key press D4 key press C5 key press C5 key press C4 key...

  • Page 102

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches KEY RANGE You can use the note number to control the way each Tone is played. fig.TMT-K.e The tone sounded The tone sounded Level in the lower range in the upper range Pitch Key Fade Lower Key Fade Upper Key Range Lower Key Range Upper...

  • Page 103: Modifying Waveforms/pitch/pitch Envelope

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Modifying Waveforms/Pitch/Pitch Envelope WAVE PARAMETER Parameter marked with a “★” can be controlled using specified MIDI messages. (Matrix Control, p. 110) Parameter Value Explanation Group for the waveform that is to be the basis of the tone Wave Group INT, EXP INT: Waveforms stored in internal...

  • Page 104

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches WAVE PITCH Parameter marked with a “★” can be controlled using specified MIDI messages. (Matrix Control, p. 110) Parameter Value Explanation Tone Coarse Tune ★ -48–+48 Pitch of the tone’s sound (in semitones, +/-4 octaves) Tone Fine Tune ★...

  • Page 105

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches WAVE PITCH ENV Parameters indicated by ( ) can be edited via ZOOM EDIT (p. 94). ZOOM Parameter marked with a “★” can be controlled using specified MIDI messages. (Matrix Control, p. 110) Parameter Value Explanation Depth of the Pitch envelope...

  • Page 106: Modifying The Brightness Of A Sound With A Filter (tvf/tvf Envelope)

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Modifying the Brightness of a Sound with a Filter (TVF/TVF Envelope) A filter cuts or boosts a specific frequency region to change a sound’s brightness, thickness, or other qualities. TVF PARAMETER Parameters indicated by ( ) can be edited via ZOOM EDIT (p.

  • Page 107

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Parameter Value Explanation Curve that determines how keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) will affect the cutoff frequency Set this to “FIX” if you don’t want the Cutoff frequency to be affected by the keyboard velocity. Cutoff V-Curve FIX, 1–7 Use this parameter when changing the cutoff frequency to be applied as a result of changes in playing...

  • Page 108: Adjusting The Volume (tva/tva Envelope)

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Adjusting the Volume (TVA/TVA Envelope) TVA PARAMETER Parameter marked with a “★” can be controlled using specified MIDI messages. (Matrix Control, p. 110) Parameter Value Explanation Volume of the tone Tone Level ★ 0–127 This setting is useful primarily for adjusting the volume balance between tones.

  • Page 109

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Parameter Value Explanation Use this parameter when you want the stereo location to change randomly each time you press a key. Random Pan Depth 0–63 Higher settings will produce a greater amount of change. This setting causes panning to be alternated between left and right each time a key is pressed.

  • Page 110: Matrix Control Settings/miscellaneous Settings

    • If you want to use common controllers for the entire JUNO-STAGE, select “SYS CTRL1”–”SYS CTRL4.” MIDI messages used as System Control 1– 4 are set with the System Ctrl 1–4 Source parameters (p. 148).

  • Page 111

    You can also synchronize the tone delay time to the tempo of the JUNO-STAGE. * If you are not going to use Tone Delay, set the Tone Delay Mode parameter to “NORM” and Delay Time parameter to “0.”...

  • Page 112

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Parameter Value Explanation When a loop waveform (p. 97) is selected, the sound will normally continue as long as the key is pressed. If you want the sound to decay naturally even if the key remains pressed, set this to “NSUS.”...

  • Page 113: Modulating Sounds/output Setting

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Modulating Sounds/Output Setting An LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator) causes change over a cycle in a sound. Each tone has two LFOs (LFO1/LFO2), and these can be used to cyclically change the pitch, cutoff frequency and volume to create modulation-type effects such as vibrato, wah and tremolo. Both LFOs have the same parameters so only one explanation is needed.

  • Page 114

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Parameters indicated by ( ) can be edited via ZOOM EDIT (p. 97). ZOOM Parameter marked with a “★” can be controlled using specified MIDI messages. (Matrix Control, p. 110) Parameter Value Explanation Fade Mode How the LFO will be applied ON <, ON >, OFF <, OFF >...

  • Page 115: Setting Effects For A Patch (effects/mfx/mfx Control/chorus/reverb)

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches STEP LFO Parameters indicated by ( ) can be edited via ZOOM EDIT (p. 97). ZOOM Parameter Value Explanation When generating an LFO waveform from the data specified in LFO Step 1–16, specify whether the level Step Type will change abruptly at each step or will be connected linearly.

  • Page 116: Detailed Settings For Piano Mode

    • Patch editing is done in Patch mode. Pressing [EDIT] will take you to Patch mode. • If you wish to use a hold pedal, we recommend that you use a Roland DP-10. The DP-10 will allow you to adjust the resonance of the sound by the depth to which you press the pedal.

  • Page 117: Adjusting The Keyboard Touch (key Touch)

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches PIANO PATCH LIST Screen In the PIANO MODE screen, press [6 (LIST)] to access the PIANO fig.disp-pianolist.eps PATCH LIST screen. You can use [ ] to choose “AC.PIANO” or “EL.PIANO.” Use the VALUE dial or [DEC] [INC] to select a patch. The [2]–[7] buttons located below the display will execute the functions shown in the bottom line of the screen.

  • Page 118: Adjusting The Amount Of Resonance (resonance), Selecting An Effect For The Electric Piano (effect)

    Chapter 8. Detailed Editing for Patches Adjusting the Amount of Resonance (Resonance) On an acoustic piano, pressing the damper pedal will allow the strings of notes other than the keys you played to resonate sympathetically, creating a rich and spacious resonance. This parameter adjusts the degree of resonance. From the PIANO MODE (AC.PIANO) screen, use [ ] to move the cursor to “Resonance.”...

  • Page 119: Saving Your Piano Mode Settings

    The patch selected in the list when you press [7 (WRITE)] will be the patch that is selected when you press [PIANO MODE] the next time you power up the JUNO-STAGE. Never turn off the power while data is being saved.

  • Page 120: Chapter 9. Detailed Settings For A Rhythm Set, Editing A Rhythm Set

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set “Editing” is the process of modifying the values of the JUNO-STAGE’s Press the [2]–[5] buttons to select the desired editing screen. various settings (parameters). This chapter explains the procedure for Button Screen...

  • Page 121

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set Use the VALUE dial or [DEC] [INC] to edit the value. Viewing and Editing All Parameters If you’ve selected more than one wave for editing, their values (PRO EDIT) will change while their relative differences are preserved. 10.

  • Page 122: Initializing A Rhythm Set, Copying Rhythm Set (rhythm Tone) Settings

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set Initializing a Rhythm Set Copying Rhythm Set (Rhythm Tone) Settings Here’s how to return (initialize) the settings of the currently selected patch (rhythm set) to their default values. It is also possible to initialize Here’s how to copy the tone settings of a desired rhythm set to the only a specific key (rhythm tone) of the currently selected rhythm set.

  • Page 123: Saving A Rhythm Set You've Created ([write])

    Note when selecting a waveform ([WRITE]) The JUNO-STAGE uses complex PCM waveforms as the basis for its sounds. For this reason, you should be aware that if you specify a waveform that is very different than the original waveform, the result Changes you make are temporary, and will be lost when you turn off may not be what you expect.

  • Page 124: Functions Of Rhythm Set Parameters, Settings Common To The Entire Rhythm Set

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set Functions of Rhythm Set Parameters Settings Common to the Entire Rhythm Set GENERAL Parameter Value Explanation Rhythm Level 0–127 Volume of the rhythm set You can assign a name of up to 12 characters to the rhythm tone. Rhythm Tone Name Press [ ] to move the cursor, and use the VALUE dial or [DEC] [INC] to select characters.

  • Page 125

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set Modifying Waveforms/Pitch/Pitch Envelope WAVE PARAMETER Parameter Value Explanation Group containing the waveforms comprising the rhythm tone Wave Group INT: Waveforms stored in internal INT, EXP EXP: Waveform stored in a Wave Expansion Board (SRX series) installed in EXP slots When the Wave Group is EXP Wave Bank A, B...

  • Page 126

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set WAVE PITCH Parameter Value Explanation Pitch at which a rhythm tone sounds 0 (C -)– Tone Coarse Tune Set the coarse tuning for Waves comprising the rhythm tones with the Wave Coarse Tune 127 (G9) parameter (p.

  • Page 127: Wave Mix Parameters

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set WAVE MIX Parameters WAVE MIX LV/PN Parameter Value Explanation Wave Level 0–127 Volume of the waveform Wave Pan L64–0–63R Left/right position of the waveform Use this setting to cause the waveform’s panning to change randomly each time a key is pressed (ON) or not (OFF).

  • Page 128

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set Modifying the Brightness of a Sound with a Filter (TVF/TVF Envelope) A filter cuts or boosts a specific frequency region to change a sound’s brightness, thickness, or other qualities. TVF PARAMETER Parameters indicated by ( ) can be edited via ZOOM EDIT (p.

  • Page 129

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set TVF ENVELOPE Parameters indicated by ( ) can be edited via ZOOM EDIT (p. 120). ZOOM Parameter Value Explanation Depth of the TVF envelope F-Env Depth -63–+63 Higher settings will cause the TVF envelope to produce greater change. Negative (-) settings Env Depth ZOOM will invert the shape of the envelope.

  • Page 130

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set Adjusting the Volume (TVA/TVA Envelope) TVA PARAMETER Parameter Value Explanation Volume of the rhythm tone Tone Level 0–127 This setting is useful primarily for adjusting the volume balance between rhythm ones. Curve that determines how keyboard playing dynamics (velocity) will affect the volume Set this to “FIX”...

  • Page 131: Output Settings (output), Setting Effects For A Rhythm Set (effects/mfx/mfx Control/chorus/reverb)

    Chapter 9. Detailed Settings for a Rhythm Set Output Settings (OUTPUT) Parameter Value Explanation Specifies for each rhythm set how the direct sound will be output. MFX: Output in stereo through multi-effects. You can also apply chorus or reverb to the sound MFX, that passes through multi-effects.

  • Page 132: Chapter 10. Detailed Editing For Performances, How To Edit A Performance, Initializing A Performance

    Here’s how to initialize the settings of the currently selected USER performance to their default values. This is a group of rewritable performances inside the JUNO-STAGE. The performances you create can be saved in this group. When the Initialization will affect only the currently selected performance. If...

  • Page 133: Editing The Patch That's Assigned To A Part, Saving A Performance You've Created ([write])

    Chapter 10. Detailed Editing for Performances Editing the Patch That’s Assigned Saving a Performance You’ve Created to a Part ([WRITE]) When you use a patch (or rhythm set) in Performance mode, its effects Changes you make are temporary, and will be lost when you turn off and some other settings will be affected by the settings of the the power or select another performance.

  • Page 134: Performance Edit Screens And Parameters, Selecting The Parts That Will Produce Sound (keyboard Switch)

    Chapter 10. Detailed Editing for Performances Performance Edit Screens and Parameters PERFORM PLAY Screen fig.disp-prfrmplay.eps When you press [PERFORM], the PERFORM PLAY screen will appear. Use the [2]–[7] buttons located below the display to execute the functions shown in the bottom line of the screen. You can’t use the function buttons if FAVORITE [ON/OFF] is on.

  • Page 135: Making Settings For The D Beam Controller And Other Controllers

    Chapter 10. Detailed Editing for Performances Making Settings for the D Beam Controller and Other Controllers You can assign a variety of functions to controllers such as the D Beam Controller and the buttons. CTRL SETTING (PERF) Screen fig.disp-ctrlset.eps In the PERFORM PLAY screen, press [3 (CONTROL)] to access this screen. Use the cursor buttons to select the parameter you want to edit, and use the VALUE dial or [DEC] [INC] to set its value.

  • Page 136

    Parameter Value Explanation Recommended If the JUNO-STAGE’s tempo is to change when you switch performances, this setting specifies the 20–250 Tempo tempo. In order to enable this setting, you must turn on the System setting “Tempo Override” (p. 151). [3 (S1/S2)] Specifies the functions that will be controlled by the [S1] and [S2] buttons.

  • Page 137

    Chapter 10. Detailed Editing for Performances [5 (DB EXP)] Refer to the system setting “[4 (ATV EXP)]” (p. 153). [6 (DB SYN)] Refer to the system setting “[3 (SYNTH)]” (p. 152). CONTROL SW (PERF) Screen fig.disp-ctrlsw.eps In the CTRL SETTING (PERF) screen, press [7 (CTRL SW)] to access this screen. Use the cursor buttons to select the parameter that you want to edit, and use the VALUE dial or [DEC] [INC] to set the value.

  • Page 138: Enabling/disabling Reception Of Messages For Each Midi Channel (part)

    Chapter 10. Detailed Editing for Performances Enabling/Disabling Reception of Messages for Each MIDI Channel (Part) Parts 1–16 of a performance correspond to MIDI channels 1–16 of MIDI messages received from an external MIDI device. For each channel you can specify whether MIDI message reception will be enabled (on) or disabled (off). You can also enable reception for only specific types of messages.

  • Page 139: Adjusting Sound Settings Such As Volume Or Pan (part Mixer), Silencing Specific Parts (mute)

    Opens the Part Mute window, where you can silence (mute) specific parts. Silencing Specific Parts (Mute) When you’re playing back a song from an external MIDI device connected to the JUNO-STAGE, you may wish to silence (mute) the playback of specific parts.

  • Page 140: Detailed Settings For Each Part (part View)

    Chapter 10. Detailed Editing for Performances Detailed Settings for Each Part (PART VIEW) The PART VIEW screen lets you view a list of the settings for the parts in Performance mode. In the PART VIEW screen, you can view and edit the patch assigned to each part together with settings such as volume and pan for four parts at a time.

  • Page 141

    Chapter 10. Detailed Editing for Performances [4 (PITCH)] Parameter Value Explanation Pitch of the part’s sound (in 1-octave units) Octave -3–+3 * Note that when a rhythm set is assigned to a part, you cannot modify this parameter. Coarse -48–+48 Pitch of the part’s sound (in semitones, +/-4 octaves) Fine -50–+50...

  • Page 142

    Chapter 10. Detailed Editing for Performances [PAGE ↓] - [2 (OFFSET)] The values set here are applied to the parameters of the patches/rhythm sets of the various parts, and are used in correcting the tone. Parameter Value Explanation Cutoff -64–+63 Adjusts the cutoff frequency for the patch or rhythm set assigned to a part.

  • Page 143

    Calculating the Number of Voices Being Used The JUNO-STAGE is able to play up to 128 notes simultaneously. The polyphony, or the number of voices (sounds) does not refer only to the number of sounds actually being played, but changes according to the number of tones used in the patches, and the number of Waves used in the tones.

  • Page 144: Saving User Data To Usb Memory, Types Of Data That Can Be Saved

    You can save system settings or user data to USB memory. Connect your USB memory after you’ve turned the JUNO-STAGE’s power on. Never disconnect the USB memory while the power is turned on. Types of Data that can be Saved...

  • Page 145: System Settings, Procedure For Making System Settings

    Chapter 11. Other Settings System Settings Here you can make “System settings” that affect the operation of the entire JUNO-STAGE, such as the tuning and how MIDI messages will be received. Procedure for Making System Settings Saving the Changes You’ve Made to the System Settings (WRITE) Press [MENU].

  • Page 146: Functions Of System Parameters, System Menu [2 (general)]

    * If “PHRASE” is selected for the Preview Mode parameter, these settings will have no effect. Scale Tune for Patch Mode The JUNO-STAGE allows you to play the keyboard using temperaments other than equal temperament. The pitch is specified in one-cent units relative to the equal tempered pitch. One-cent is 1/100th of a semitone.

  • Page 147: System Menu [3 (kbd/ctrl)]

    If your pedal has an effect opposite of what you expect, set this REVERSE parameter to “REVERSE.” If you are using a Roland pedal (that has no polarity switch), set this Hold Pedal Polarity parameter to “STANDARD.”...

  • Page 148

    If your pedal has an effect opposite of what you expect, set this REVERSE parameter to “REVERSE.” If you are using a Roland pedal (that has no polarity switch), set this parameter to “STANDARD.” [4 (CTRL)]...

  • Page 149

    Chapter 11. Other Settings Parameter Value Explanation Switch 1 The function assigned to [S1] TRANSPOSE UP, TRANSPOSE UP: Raise the key range in semitone steps (maximum of 6 semitones). TRANSPOSE DOWN, TRANSPOSE DOWN: Lower the key range in semitone steps (maximum of 5 semitones). TAP TEMPO, TAP TEMPO: Tap tempo (set the tempo by pressing the button at the desired interval).

  • Page 150: System Menu [4 (midi/sync)]

    Normally you will leave this parameter “OFF.” Switch * Turn this “ON” when you want to control the JUNO-STAGE from an external MIDI device when performing with the Arpeggio function. Selects the MIDI receive channel used during switching of performances when MIDI messages (Program Change/Bank Select) are sent from an external MIDI device.

  • Page 151: System Menu [5 (click/player)]

    MASTER, Sync Mode SLAVE, SLAVE: The JUNO-STAGE will be the slave. Choose this setting if you want the JUNO-STAGE to REMOTE operate according to MIDI Clock messages received from an external device. REMOTE: The JUNO-STAGE will obey MIDI Start, Continue, and Stop messages from an external device, but will use its own tempo setting.

  • Page 152: System Menu [6 (d Beam)]

    Chapter 11. Other Settings System Menu [6 (D BEAM)] [2 (GENERL)] Parameter Value Explanation Sensitivity This sets the D Beam controller’s sensitivity. D Beam Sens 0–127 Increasing this value will make the D Beam controller more responsive. [3 (SYNTH)] Parameter Value Explanation Level &...

  • Page 153

    Chapter 11. Other Settings [4 (ATV EXP)] Parameter Value Explanation Lower limit of the range of the Active Expression. Range Min 0–127 The effect will be applied when the position of your hand above the D Beam controller is lower than this value. Range Min Upper limit of the range of the Active Expression.

  • Page 154

    Chapter 11. Other Settings Detailed Settings for the MIC INPUT (MIC Input Setting) Here’s how to make settings for the MIC INPUT jack, and specify the reverb that will be applied to the connected mic. Press [MENU]. Use the VALUE dial or [DEC] [INC] to change the value. The Top Menu window will appear.

  • Page 155: Backing Up User Data (user Backup), Restoring Backed-up Data (user Restore)

    (Factory Reset) To exit the format operation, press [7 (EXEC)]. You can return all of the JUNO-STAGE’s settings to the state they were If you decide to cancel, press [6 (CANCEL)]. in when the instrument was shipped from the factory. This operation is called “Factory Reset.”...

  • Page 156

    Chapter 11. Other Settings Playing the Demo Songs Press the [MENU]. The Top Menu window will appear. Use [ ] to select “5. Demo Play,” and press [ENTER]. The DEMO MENU screen will appear. You can’t play the keyboard while the DEMO MENU screen or the DEMO PLAY screen are displayed.

  • Page 157

    Appendices...

  • Page 158

    Troubleshooting If the JUNO-STAGE does not function in the way you expect, first check the following points. If this does not resolve the problem, consult your dealer or a nearby Roland Service Station. * If any sort of message is being displayed on the screen during an operation, refer to “Error Messages” (p. 162).

  • Page 159

    Reverb Level is set to 0. Check each setting. The JUNO-STAGE’s internal effects are in stereo, so if you have effects applied to a Patch, even if the Pan is set all the way to one The Modulation or other controller is always on.

  • Page 160

    • For some reason the USB memory is not recognized. • It is possible that the USB memory was not formatted correctly. The JUNO-STAGE can use USB memory that has been formatted as FAT. If your USB memory was formatted using any other method, please re-format it using FAT.

  • Page 161

    Check the format of your USB memory. The JUNO-STAGE’s rhythm set does not sound when an The JUNO-STAGE can use USB memory that has been formatted external sequencer or MIDI keyboard is connected to the as FAT. If your USB memory was formatted using any other MIDI IN connector.

  • Page 162

    Make sure that the file or the USB memory is not write The file or the USB memory itself is write protected. protected. This is a file that the JUNO-STAGE is unable to Do not use this file. play. Incorrect File!

  • Page 163

    Effects List Multi-Effects Parameters (MFX1–3, MFX) The multi-effects feature 79 different kinds of effects. Some of the effects consist of two or more different effects connected in series. Parameters marked with a sharp “#” can be controlled using a Multi-Effects Control (p. 84) or Matrix Control (p. 110). (Two setting items will change simultaneously for “#1”...

  • Page 164

    When Using 3D Effects Some effect parameters (such as Rate or Delay Time) can be set in The following 3D effects utilize RSS (Roland Sound Space) technology terms of a note value. to create a spaciousness that cannot be produced by delay, reverb, Such parameters have a num/note switch that lets you specify whether chorus, etc.

  • Page 165

    Effects List EQUALIZER ISOLATOR This is a four-band stereo equalizer (low, mid x 2, high). This is an equalizer which cuts the volume greatly, allowing you to add a special effect to the sound by cutting the volume in varying fig.MFX-01 ranges.

  • Page 166

    Effects List SUPER FILTER STEP FILTER This is a filter with an extremely sharp slope. The cutoff frequency can This is a filter whose cutoff frequency can be modulated in steps. You be varied cyclically. can specify the pattern by which the cutoff frequency will change. fig.MFX-05 fig.MFX-06 L in...

  • Page 167

    Effects List Parameter Value Explanation AUTO WAH Point at which Vowel 1/2 switch 49 or less: Vowel 1 will have a longer Cyclically controls a filter to create cyclic change in timbre. duration. Manual # 0–100 50: Vowel 1 and 2 will be of equal fig.MFX-08 duration.

  • Page 168

    Effects List Parameter Value Explanation PHASER Selects whether the left and right phase of the modulation will be A phase-shifted sound is added to the original sound and modulated. the same or the opposite. INVERSE: The left and right fig.MFX-11 phase will be opposite.

  • Page 169

    Effects List INFINITE PHASER STEP RING MODULATOR A phaser that continues raising/lowering the frequency at which the This is a ring modulator that uses a 16-step sequence to vary the sound is modulated. frequency at which modulation is applied. fig.MFX-14 fig.MFX-16 L in L out...

  • Page 170

    Effects List AUTO PAN SLICER Cyclically modulates the stereo location of the sound. By applying successive cuts to the sound, this effect turns a conventional sound into a sound that appears to be played as a fig.MFX-18a backing phrase. This is especially effective when applied to sustain- L in L out Auto Pan...

  • Page 171

    Effects List Parameter Value Explanation ROTARY Adjusts the rate at which the woofer rotation speeds up when the Woofer Trans Up 0–127 The Rotary effect simulates the sound of the rotary speakers often used rotation is switched from Slow to Fast.

  • Page 172

    Effects List FLANGER Parameter Value Explanation Type of filter This is a stereo flanger. (The LFO has the same phase for left and OFF: no filter is used LPF: cuts the frequency range right.) It produces a metallic resonance that rises and falls like a jet Filter Type OFF, LPF, HPF above the Cutoff Freq...

  • Page 173

    Effects List TREMOLO CHORUS 3D CHORUS This is a chorus effect with added Tremolo (cyclic modulation of This applies a 3D effect to the chorus sound. The chorus sound will be volume). positioned 90 degrees left and 90 degrees right. fig.MFX-27 fig.MFX-29 L in...

  • Page 174

    Effects List Parameter Value Explanation 3D FLANGER Adjusts the delay time from when Pre Delay 0.0–100 msec the direct sound begins until the This applies a 3D effect to the flanger sound. The flanger sound will flanger sound is heard. be positioned 90 degrees left and 90 degrees right.

  • Page 175

    Effects List 2 BAND FLANGER 2 BAND STEP FLANGER A flanger that lets you apply an effect independently to the low- A step flanger that lets you apply an effect independently to the low- frequency and high-frequency ranges. frequency and high-frequency ranges. fig.MFX-33 fig.MFX-34 L in...

  • Page 176

    Effects List OVERDRIVE VS DISTORTION Creates a soft distortion similar to that produced by vacuum tube This is a distortion effect that provides heavy distortion. The amplifiers. parameters are the same as for “37: VS OVERDRIVE.” fig.MFX-35 fig.MFX-38 L in L out L in L out...

  • Page 177

    Effects List Specifications for each Speaker Type LIMITER The speaker column indicates the diameter of each speaker unit (in Compresses signals that exceed a specified volume level, preventing inches) and the number of units. distortion from occurring. Type Cabinet Speaker fig.MFX-41 SMALL 1 small open-back enclosure...

  • Page 178

    Effects List DELAY LONG DELAY This is a stereo delay. A delay that provides a long delay time. When Feedback Mode is NORMAL: fig.MFX-44 2-Band fig.MFX-43a L in L out Balance D 2-Band L in L out Pan L Long Delay Delay Balance W Pan R...

  • Page 179

    Effects List SERIAL DELAY MODULATION DELAY This delay connects two delay units in series. Feedback can be Adds modulation to the delayed sound. applied independently to each delay unit, allowing you to produce When Feedback Mode is NORMAL: complex delay sounds. fig.MFX-46a Balance D fig.MFX-45...

  • Page 180

    Effects List 3TAP PAN DELAY MULTI TAP DELAY Produces three delay sounds; center, left and right. This effect provides four delays. Each of the Delay Time parameters can be set to a note length based on the selected tempo. You can also fig.MFX-47 Balance D set the panning and level of each delay sound.

  • Page 181

    Effects List REVERSE DELAY SHUFFLE DELAY This is a reverse delay that adds a reversed and delayed sound to the Adds a shuffle to the delay sound, giving the sound a bouncy delay input sound. A tap delay is connected immediately after the reverse effect with a swing feel.

  • Page 182

    Effects List Parameter Value Explanation 3D DELAY Adjusts the amount of the delay that’s fed back into the effect. Feedback # -98–+98% This applies a 3D effect to the delay sound. The delay sound will be Negative (-) settings invert the phase.

  • Page 183

    A virtual tape echo that produces a realistic tape delay sound. This In addition to a lo-fi effect, this adds various types of noise such as simulates the tape echo section of a Roland RE-201 Space Echo. white noise and disc noise.

  • Page 184

    Effects List LOFI COMPRESS TELEPHONE This is an effect that intentionally degrades the sound quality for This effect produces a muffled sound, like that heard through a telephone. creative purposes. fig.MFX-59 fig.MFX-57 L in L out Telephone 2-Band L in L out Compressor Lo-Fi...

  • Page 185

    Effects List Parameter Value Explanation PITCH SHIFTER Pitch2 Coarse #2 -24-+12 semi Pitch2 Fine #2 -100-+100 cent A stereo pitch shifter. Settings of the Pitch Shift 2 Pitch2 Delay 0–1300 msec, note sound. fig.MFX-61 The parameters are the same as Pitch2 Feedback # -98–+98% for the Pitch Shift 1 sound.

  • Page 186

    Effects List Parameter Value Explanation REVERB High Gain -15–+15 dB Gain of the high range Volume balance between the Adds reverberation to the sound, simulating an acoustic space. Balance # D100:0W–D0:100W direct sound (D) and the reverb fig.MFX-64 sound (W) 2-Band Level # 0–127...

  • Page 187

    Effects List OVERDRIVE → DELAY DISTORTION → FLANGER The parameters are essentially the same as in fig.MFX-68 L out “67: OVERDRIVE → FLANGER,” with the exception of the following L in Balance D two. Balance W Overdrive Drive → Distortion Drive, Overdrive Delay Overdrive Pan...

  • Page 188

    Effects List ENHANCER → FLANGER CHORUS → DELAY fig.MFX-73 fig.MFX-75 Balance D Balance D L in L out Enhancer L in L out Feedback Balance D Balance W Balance W Balance W Flanger Chorus Delay Balance W Balance W Balance W Feedback R in Enhancer...

  • Page 189

    Effects List Parameter Value Explanation Parameter Value Explanation Adjusts the proportion of the Delay delay sound that is fed back into Depth # 0–127 Depth of the effect -98–+98% Feedback # the effect. Negative (-) settings will Depth to which the damper pedal is invert the phase.

  • Page 190

    Effects List Chorus Parameters The JUNO-STAGE’s Chorus effect unit can also be used as a stereo delay unit. These settings allow you to select chorus or delay, and the characteristics of the selected effect type. Parameter Value Explanation If you specify the delay time as a note value, slowing down the Selects either Chorus or Delay.

  • Page 191

    Effects List Reverb Parameters These settings allow you to select the desired type of reverb, and its characteristics. Parameter Value Explanation Parameter Value Explanation Type of reverb 05: GM2 REVERB 00 (OFF): Reverb is not used. 01 (REVERB): Normal reverb Type of reverb 00 (OFF), 02 (SRV ROOM): This simulates typical...

  • Page 192

    Now Friends Twilight Airy Wurly Airy Wurly London Stage Ocean London Stage Ocean Vinstage Pno Jupiters Vinstage Pno Jupiters Only Roland Blizzard Only Roland Blizzard Vienna 1781 Horizon Vienna 1781 Horizon The Leader Buzz The Leader Buzz Rotary / Bs...

  • Page 193

    Patch List USER (User Group) User 1–128 (CC#0 = 87, CC#32 = 0 ), User129–256 (CC#0 = 87, CC#32 = 1 ) Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Name Voice Category 88StageGrand AC.Piano HPF Slicer Pulsating Moogy Bass 1 Synth Bass Juno-Grand AC.Piano Choir Aahs 1...

  • Page 194

    Patch List PRST (Preset Group) Preset 001–128 (CC#0= 87, CC#32 =64 PC=1-128), Preset 129–256 (CC#0= 87, CC#32 =65 PC=1–128) Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Name Voice Category 88StageGrand AC.Piano FM EP mix EL.Piano SuperDistORG Organ Punker 2 Dist.Guitar Juno-Grand AC.Piano...

  • Page 195

    Patch List Preset 257–384 (CC#0= 87, CC#32 =66 PC=1–128), Preset 385-512 (CC#0= 87, CC#32 =67 PC=1–128) Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Name Voice Category OilDrum Bass Synth Bass Biggie Bows Strings Simple Tutti AC.Brass X-Sink Delay Hard Lead Dust Bass Synth Bass...

  • Page 196

    Patch List Preset 513–640 (CC#0= 87, CC#32 =68 PC=1–128), Preset 641-768 (CC#0= 87, CC#32 =69 PC=1–128) Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Mini Growl Soft Lead Euro Teuro Pulsating ResoSweep Dn Synth FX Pressyn Other Synth Evangelized Soft Lead...

  • Page 197

    Patch List Preset 769–896 (CC#0= 87, CC#32 =70 PC=1-128), Preset 897–1024 (CC#0= 87, CC#32 =71 PC=1–128) Preset 1025–1027 (CC#0= 87, CC#32 =72 PC=1– 3) Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Name Voice Category Phat Strings Bright Pad Choir&Str Grand 1 AC.Piano...

  • Page 198

    Patch List GM (GM2 Group) Name Category Voices Name Category Voices Name Category Voices Piano 1 AC.PIANO Chorus Gt. EL.GUITAR French Horns AC.BRASS Piano 1w AC.PIANO Mid Tone GTR EL.GUITAR Fr.Horn 2 AC.BRASS European Pf AC.PIANO Muted Gt. EL.GUITAR Brass 1 AC.BRASS Piano 2 AC.PIANO...

  • Page 199

    Patch List Name Category Voices Sitar PLUCKED Sitar 2 PLUCKED Banjo FRETTED Shamisen PLUCKED Koto PLUCKED Taisho Koto PLUCKED Kalimba PLUCKED Bagpipe ETHNIC Fiddle STRINGS Shanai ETHNIC Tinkle Bell BELL Agogo PERCUSSION Steel Drums MALLET Woodblock PERCUSSION Castanets PERCUSSION Taiko PERCUSSION Concert BD PERCUSSION...

  • Page 200

    Rhythm Set List USER (User Group) PRST (Preset Group) GM (GM2 Group) Name Name Name SF Std Kit SF Std Kit GM2 STANDARD WD Std Kit WD Std Kit GM2 ROOM LD Std Kit LD Std Kit GM2 POWER TY Std Kit TY Std Kit GM2 ELECTRIC StandardKit1...

  • Page 201

    Rhythm Set List USER (User Group)/PRST (Preset Group) Prst: User: SF Std Kit WD Std Kit LD Std Kit TY Std Kit StandardKit1 StandardKit2 Note No. Dance Kick Dance Kick Dance Kick Dance Kick MaxLow Kick2 Dance Kick Dry Kick 1 Dry Kick 1 Dry Kick 1 Dry Kick 1...

  • Page 202

    Rhythm Set List Prst: User: StandardKit3 Rock Kit 1 Rock Kit 2 Brush Jz Kit Orch Kit 909 808 Kit Note No. HipHop Kick2 R&B Kick MaxLow Kick2 TR909 Kick1a Timpani Roll TR909 Kick 2 Syn Swt Atk1 Rk CmpKick MaxLow Kick1 TR909 Kick1b ConcertBD 2...

  • Page 203

    Rhythm Set List Prst: User: Limiter Kit HipHop Kit 1 R&B Kit HiFi R&B Kit Machine Kit1 Kit-Euro:POP Note No. Dance Kick 1 PlasticKick2 70's Kick MaxLow Kick2 TR909 Kick 2 TR707 Kick HipHop Kick1 Group Snap AnalogKick 6 FB Kick TR909 Kick 4 AnalogKick 1 WD CStk...

  • Page 204

    Rhythm Set List Prst: User: House Kit Nu Technica Machine Kit2 ArtificalKit Noise Kit Kick Menu Note No. TR909 Kick 3 SH32 Kick 1 AnalogKick 5 TR909 Kick 2 TR909 Kick 2 ----- SH32 Kick JD EML 5th 1 AnalogKick6a AnalogKick 2 TR909 Kick 4 -----...

  • Page 205

    Rhythm Set List Prst: User: Snare Menu Snr/Rim Menu HiHat Menu Tom Menu Clp&Cym&Hit FX/SFX Menu Note No. ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----...

  • Page 206

    Rhythm Set List Prst: User: Percussion Scrh&Vox&Wld Note No. Cowbell ----- Cowbell Mute ----- Cowbell2 Lng ----- Cowbell2 Edg ----- Cowbell3 mf ----- Cowbell3 f ----- Wood Block ----- Wood Block2H Scratch 1 Wood Block2L Scratch 2 Claves Scratch 3 TR808 Claves Scratch 4 Claves 2...

  • Page 207

    Rhythm Set List GM (GM2 Group) (PC: 1) (PC: 9) (PC: 17) (PC: 25) (PC: 26) (PC: 33) GM2 STANDARD GM2 ROOM GM2 POWER GM2 ELECTRIC GM2 ANALOG GM2 JAZZ Note No. High-Q High-Q High-Q High-Q High-Q High-Q Slap Slap Slap Slap Slap...

  • Page 208

    Rhythm Set List GM (GM2 Group) (PC: 41) (PC: 49) (PC: 57) GM2 BRUSH GM2 ORCHSTRA GM2 SFX Note No. High-Q Close HiHat2 ----- Slap Pedal HiHat2 ----- ScratchPush Open HiHat2 ----- ScratchPull Ride Cymbal ----- Sticks Sticks ----- SquareClick SquareClick ----- Mtrnm.Click...

  • Page 209

    Waveform List In waveform numbers 0001–0027 and 0061-0087, note numbers 91–108 are set to Damper Free in order to accurately reproduce the characteristics of an acoustic piano. Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name HM-Pno*mpA L Pop P*ff A M Wurly DI f A Positive '8 Sitar Drn A...

  • Page 210

    Waveform List Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name Garage Bass Trumpet B JV Strings R Jazz Doos B TB DstSqr 1C SH-101 Bs A Trumpet C JV Strings A Jazz Doos C Dist SquareA SH-101 Bs B Wide Tp A JV Strings C Jz Doos Lp A...

  • Page 211

    Waveform List Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name Gallop Syn Mtl Atk1 SH32 Kick 1041 Reg.Snr1 f L 1121 TR808 Snr 3 Vint.Phone Syn Mtl Atk2 TR707 Kick 1042 Reg.Snr1 f R 1122 TR808 Snr 4 Office Phone Syn Swt Atk1 TR909 Kick 6...

  • Page 212

    Waveform List Wave Name Wave Name Wave Name 1201 SF HT Flm f 1281 Noise OHH 2 1361 Conga Lo Op 1202 SF HT Flm ff 1282 Crash Cym1 p 1362 Conga Slp Op 1203 Reg.F.Tom p 1283 Crash Cym1 f 1363 Conga Efx 1204...

  • Page 213: Arpeggio Style List

    Arpeggio Style List PRST (Preset Group) USER (User Group) * Arpeggio Styles are common between Preset Group and User Group. Name Name Name Basic 1 (A) Seq Ptn 55 (P) Gtr Backing 1(A) Basic 2 (A) Seq Ptn 56 (P) Gtr Backing 2 (A) Basic 3 (A) Seq Ptn 57 (P)

  • Page 214: Rhythm Group List

    Rhythm Group List PRST (Preset Group) USER (User Group) * Rhythm Groups are common between Preset Group and User Group. Name Recommended Rhythm Set Pop 1 PRST001 SF Std Kit Pop 2 PRST002 WD Std Kit Pop 3 PRST005 StandardKit1 Pop 4 PRST006 StandardKit2...

  • Page 215

    Rhythm Pattern List PRST (Preset Group) USER (User Group) * Rhythm Patterns are common between Preset Group and User Group. * Recommended tempo is shown in parentheses ( ) Name Recommended Name Recommended Name Recommended Rhythm Set Rhythm Set Rhythm Set Pop 1-1 (120) PRST:001 Pop 8-1 (130)

  • Page 216

    Rhythm Pattern List Name Recommended Name Recommended Rhythm Set Rhythm Set Trance 2-A (143) PRST:018 NuTeknica A (110) PRST:020 Kit-Euro:POP Nu Technica Trance 2-B (142) NuTeknica B (110) Trance 2-C (135) NuTeknica C (110) Trance 2-D (140) NuTeknica D (110) Trance 2-E (130) NuTeknica E (110) Trance 2-F (154)

  • Page 217

    00H - 7FH (0 - 127) vv = note off velocity: 00H - 7FH (0 - 127) * JUNO-STAGE receives it as ACTIVE EXPRESSION. * Not received when the Tone Env Mode parameter (PATCH/MISC and RHYTHM/ ❍Foot type (Controller number 4) CONTROL) is NSUS/NO-SUS.

  • Page 218

    MIDI Implementation ❍Expression (Controller number 11) ❍Release Time (Controller number 72) Status 2nd byte 3rd byte Status 2nd byte 3rd byte n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16) n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16) vv = Expression: 00H - 7FH (0 - 127) vv = Release Time value (relative change): 00H - 40H - 7FH (-64 - 0 - +63),...

  • Page 219

    MIDI Implementation ❍General Purpose Controller 6 (Controller number 81) Data entry MSB, LSB MSB, LSB Notes Status 2nd byte 3rd byte 00H, 00H mmH, llH Pitch Bend Sensitivity mm: 00H - 18H (0 - 24 semitones) n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16) ll: ignored (processed as 00H) vv = Control value:...

  • Page 220

    MIDI Implementation ■Channel Mode Messages ●POLY (Controller number 127) Status 2nd byte 3rd byte * Not received in Performance mode when the Receive Switch parameter (PERFORM/ MIDI) is OFF. n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16) ●All Sounds Off (Controller number 120) * The same processing will be carried out as when All Notes Off is received.

  • Page 221

    = ID number: an ID number (manufacturer ID) to indicate the manufacturer whose ID number (Universal Non-realtime Message) Exclusive message this is. Roland’s manufacturer ID is 41H. Device ID (Broadcast) ID numbers 7EH and 7FH are extensions of the MIDI standard;...

  • Page 222

    MIDI Implementation ●Global Parameter Control ❍Channel Pressure Status Data byte Status * Not received in Patch mode and Piano mode. 7FH, 7FH, 09H, 01H, 0nH, ppH, rrH ❍Reverb Parameters Byte Explanation Status Data byte Status Exclusive status 7FH, 7FH, 04H, 05H, 01H, 01H, ID number (universal realtime message) 01H, 01H, 01H, ppH, vvH Device ID (Broadcast)

  • Page 223

    Device ID (Broadcast) ID number (Roland) Sub ID#1 (Key-Based Instrument Control) Device ID (dev: 00H - 1FH, 7FH) Sub ID#2 (Controller) Model ID #1 (JUNO-STAGE) MIDI Channel (00 - 0FH) Model ID #2 (JUNO-STAGE) Key Number Model ID #3 (JUNO-STAGE)

  • Page 224

    2nd byte 3rd byte SW/EXT) is OFF. * Although with the JUNO-STAGE you can select the Bank Select messages to be n = MIDI channel number: 0H - FH (ch.1 - 16) transmitted, be sure to refer to Bank Select and Program Change Correspondence...

  • Page 225

    ●Universal Non-realtime System Exclusive Message vv = Channel Pressure: 00H - 7FH (0 - 127) ❍Identity Reply Message (JUNO-STAGE) ●Pitch Bend Change Receiving Identity Request Message (p. 221), the JUNO-STAGE send this message. Status 2nd byte 3rd byte Status Data byte...

  • Page 226

    0AH and 0BH, and is sent/received in this 41H, dev, 00H, 00H, 25H, 12H, aaH, bbH, order. ccH, ddH, eeH, ... ffH, sum * “<*>” marked address or parameters are ignored when the JUNO-STAGE received them. Byte Explanation 3.1 JUNO-STAGE (ModelID = 00H 00H 25H)

  • Page 227

    MIDI Implementation 00 26 00 | Patch Tone (Tone 4) 00 2E | 0000 000a | (reserve) <*> +------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ |-------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------------| 00 2F | 0000 000a | (reserve) <*> * Rhythm 00 30 | 0aaa aaaa | (reserve) <*> |-------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------------| +------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ 00 31 | 0000 000a | Rolled Chord (0 - 1) | | Offset...

  • Page 228

    MIDI Implementation 00 11 | 0aaa aaaa | (reserve) <*> 0 - 63, FULL 00 12 | 0aaa aaaa | (reserve) <*> 00 19 | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 10 (0 - 64) | 00 13 | 0aaa aaaa | (reserve) <*> 0 - 63, FULL |-------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------------| 00 1A | 0aaa aaaa | Voice Reserve 11...

  • Page 229

    MIDI Implementation | 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 9 (12768 - 52768) | -20000 - +20000 -20000 - +20000 00 08 | 0000 aaaa | 00 35 | 0000 aaaa | | 0000 bbbb | | 0000 bbbb | | 0000 cccc | | 0000 cccc | | 0000 dddd | Chorus Parameter 2 (12768 - 52768) |...

  • Page 230

    MIDI Implementation | 0000 cccc | 00 0C | 0000 00aa | Part Legato Switch (CC# 68) (0 - 2) | | 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 6 (12768 - 52768) | OFF, ON, PATCH -20000 - +20000 00 0D | 000a aaaa | Part Pitch Bend Range (RPN# 0) (0 - 25) | 00 1B | 0000 aaaa | 0 - 24, PATCH...

  • Page 231

    MIDI Implementation 00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Beam Assign (0 - 104) | |-------------+----------------------------------------------------------------| CC01 - CC31, CC33 - CC95, | | 00 00 00 5A | Total Size BEND-UP, BEND-DOWN, | +------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ START/STOP, TAP-TEMPO, | * Arpeggio Common ARP-GRID, ARP-DUR, ARP-MOTIF, | ARP-OCT-UP, ARP-OCT-DW ARP-STEP, AFTERTOUCH...

  • Page 232

    MIDI Implementation 00 03 | 0000 000a | Chord Note4 (0 - 1) | 00 48 | 0000 000a | Chord Note73 (0 - 1) | OFF, ON OFF, ON 00 04 | 0000 000a | Chord Note5 (0 - 1) | 00 49 | 0000 000a | Chord Note74 (0 - 1) | OFF, ON...

  • Page 233

    MIDI Implementation 00 5B | 0aaa aaaa | (reserve) <*> 01 0D | 0aaa aaaa | Chord Pattern Name 14 (32 - 127) | 00 5C | 0aaa aaaa | (reserve) <*> 00 5D | 0aaa aaaa | Pad 13 Velocity (1 - 127) | 01 0E | 0aaa aaaa | Chord Pattern Name 15 (32 - 127) |...

  • Page 234

    MIDI Implementation 00 2E | 00aa aaaa | Matrix Control 1 Destination 2 (0 - 33) | PIT-ATK, PIT-DCY, PIT-REL, | OFF, PCH, CUT, RES, LEV, PAN, | TVF-ATK, TVF-DCY, TVF-REL, | DRY, CHO, REV, PIT-LFO1, | TVA-ATK, TVA-DCY, TVA-REL, | PIT-LFO2, TVF-LFO1, TVF-LFO2, | TMT, FXM, MFX1, MFX2, MFX3, MFX4 TVA-LFO1, TVA-LFO2, PAN-LFO1, |...

  • Page 235

    MIDI Implementation -20000 - +20000 | Offset 00 29 | 0000 aaaa | Address | Description | 0000 bbbb | |-------------+----------------------------------------------------------------| | 0000 cccc | 00 00 | 0000 aaaa | Chorus Type (0 - 3) | | 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 7 (12768 - 52768) | 00 01 | 0aaa aaaa | Chorus Level (0 - 127) |...

  • Page 236

    MIDI Implementation | 0000 dddd | Reverb Parameter 3 (12768 - 52768) | |-------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------------| -20000 - +20000 00 17 | 0000 000a | TMT3 Tone Switch (0 - 1) | 00 0F | 0000 aaaa | OFF, ON | 0000 bbbb | 00 18 | 0aaa aaaa | TMT3 Keyboard Range Lower (0 - 127) | | 0000 cccc |...

  • Page 237

    MIDI Implementation -6, 0, +6, +12 [dB] OFF, ON 00 35 | 0000 000a | Wave FXM Switch (0 - 1) | 01 05 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO2 Pitch Depth (1 - 127) | OFF, ON -63 - +63 00 36 | 0000 00aa | Wave FXM Color (0 - 3) | 01 06 | 0aaa aaaa | LFO2 TVF Depth...

  • Page 238

    MIDI Implementation -20000 - +20000 | 0000 cccc | 00 15 | 0000 aaaa | | 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 29 (12768 - 52768) | | 0000 bbbb | -20000 - +20000 | 0000 cccc | 01 05 | 0000 aaaa | | 0000 dddd | MFX Parameter 2 (12768 - 52768) | | 0000 bbbb |...

  • Page 239

    MIDI Implementation * Rhythm Common Reverb 32 - 127 [ASCII] 00 09 | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 10 (32 - 127) | +------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ 32 - 127 [ASCII] | Offset 00 0A | 0aaa aaaa | Tone Name 11 (32 - 127) | Address | Description 32 - 127 [ASCII]...

  • Page 240

    MIDI Implementation 00 58 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Velocity Range Upper (1 - 127) | -63 - +63 LOWER - 127 01 2D | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 1 (0 - 127) | 00 59 | 0aaa aaaa | WMT2 Velocity Fade Width Lower (0 - 127) | 01 2E | 0aaa aaaa | TVF Env Time 2 (0 - 127) |...

  • Page 241

    MIDI Implementation ■Examples of Actual MIDI Messages 4. Supplementary Material ■Decimal and Hexadecimal Table <Example1> 92 3E 5F 9n is the Note-on status, and n is the MIDI channel number. Since 2H = 2, 3EH = 62, and (An “H” is appended to the end of numbers in hexadecimal notation.) 5FH = 95, this is a Note-on message with MIDI CH = 3, note number 62 (note name is D4), In MIDI documentation, data values and addresses/sizes of Exclusive messages, etc.

  • Page 242

    B. Though the settings are made while working with one octave, the fine Roland Exclusive messages (RQ1, DT1) are transmitted with a checksum at the end (before adjustments will affect all octaves. By making the appropriate Scale Tune settings, you can F7) to make sure that the message was correctly received.

  • Page 243

    SRX series board, refer to the Owner’s Manual that came with it. Performance Group Number Bank Select Program Number USER 01–64 1–64 PRST 01–64 1–64 * To switch multitimbres, the external MIDI device’s transmit channel needs to be matched up with the Performance Control Channel (SYSTEM/MIDI/GENERAL) of the JUNO-STAGE.

  • Page 244: Midi Implementation Chart

    MIDI Implementation Chart Date : May 1, 2008 MIDI Implementation Chart Model JUNO-STAGE Version : 1.00 Transmitted Recognized Function... Remarks Basic Default 1–16 1–16 Channel Changed 1–16 1–16 Memorized Default Mode 3 Mode 3 Mode Messages Mono, Poly Mode 3, 4 (M = 1)

  • Page 245

    Specifications JUNO-STAGE: Synthesizer Keyboard (Conforms to General MIDI 2 System) ● Keyboard ● Display 76 keys (with velocity) 240 x 64 dots graphic LCD (with backlit) ● Expansion Slots ■ Sound Generator Section SRX expansion board: 2 slot ● Maximum Polyphony ●...

  • Page 246

    Index Connecting Numerics ......30 Auditioning the Sounds ......20 External Equipment ........170 ......174 AUTO PAN 2 BAND CHORUS ..........87 ........167 AUTO WAH ......175 2 BAND FLANGER .......... 21 Pedals ....175 2 BAND STEP FLANGER ....

  • Page 247

    ......107, 129 F-Env T1 V-Sens ........178 LONG DELAY ......107, 129 F-Env T4 V-Sens ....... 93 JUNO-STAGE Editor CD ....182 LONG TIME CTRL DELAY ......107, 129 F-Env Time 1–4 ........53 .......... 97, 123 Just intonation Loop ........

  • Page 248

    Index .......... 84 ......139 Multi-Effect Part Mute window ....... 84 ....... 82 ..... 59 Multi-Effect Control Part Output Assign MASTER EQ [HIGH] knob ...... 163 ......... 82 ..... 59 Multi-Effects Parameters Part Output Level MASTER EQ [LOW] knob ....88 ......

  • Page 249

    Index ....150 ..........137 ........124 Performance Control Channel Prog Rhythm Level PRST (Preset) ....49 ......131 PERFORMANCE LIST screen Rhythm Out Assign ........45, 94 Patch ......38, 49 ......80 Performance Mode Rhythm Output Assign ......49, 132 Performance ......

  • Page 250

    Index ........146 ......99 ..... 115, 131 Screen saver Struct 1 & 2, 3 & 4 Tone Reverb Send ......146 ..........99 ......80 Screen Saver Time Structure Tone Reverb Send Level ........95 ........166 ......... 80 SELECT [1]–[4] SUPER FILTER Tone Select...

  • Page 251

    ZOOM EDIT ....... 74 Rhythm Pattern ........... 94 Patch ........69 Song Player ........120 Rhythm Set ....146 The entire JUNO-STAGE ......95 ZOOM EDIT screen ........22 [VOLUME] knob ....... 176 VS DISTORTION ......... 176 VS OVERDRIVE ......127 Wave Alter Pan Sw ......

  • Page 252

    This product contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm, including lead. For the USA DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Compliance Information Statement Model Name : JUNO-STAGE Type of Equipment : Synthesizer Responsible Party : Roland Corporation U.S. Address : 5100 S.Eastern Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90040-2938 Telephone : (323) 890-3700...

  • Page 253

    For EU Countries For China...

  • Page 254

    Information When you need repair service, call your nearest Roland Service Center or authorized Roland distributor in your country as shown below. AFRICA PHILIPPINES CURACAO URUGUAY NORWAY JORDAN G.A. Yupangco & Co. Inc. Zeelandia Music Center Inc. Todo Musica S.A.

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