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However, compared to the OP-1, they are not 'boutique ' -- but Made in China Crap.The OP-1 is boutique.
If it help the OP-1 is made in china...
@LyingDalai I MIDI control mine if I have to using my iPad and an app called TB MIDI Stuff. There is a JU06 editor for that and you can assign Midi CCs to each of the parameters.
@KingsCountyLightHaus "a VST in a box" - you can use that argument with any synth relying on DSP. The value in non analogue hardware like the boutiques is the form factor and user interface (as well as taking CPU strain away from your computer). I can sit on my sofa with my JU06 and a pair of headphones and design patches without cables linking my midi controller / audio interface with my laptop, not to mention all the faff of optimising the performance of your computer. As for the accuracy of the modelling, I've never owned a Juno but if it's good enough for Nick Batt it's good enough for me.
If it helps, the Jupiter 8 and Juno 60 didn't have MIDI. :-)CB
For me, the definitive GAS killer for these Boutique synths was the fact that I cannot use the Octatrack to MIDI-control them