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In this video from Look Mum No Computer, we get to see the inner workings of the vintage Roland...

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What's Inside The Roland Juno 106 - Reverse Teardown

In this video from Look Mum No Computer, we get to see the inner workings of the vintage Roland Juno-106 synthesizer that was first introduced in 1984. Given the price and scarcity of the Juno-106, it would be daunting to take it apart for most, but LMNC is always on another level!

From the video’s description:

I #dismantle and put the Roland Juno 106 #polysynth from the 80’s back together! All the sounds at the end were from me jamming for 20 minutes, that whole jam stem pack is available in 4800 .wav format over on my patreon!

You can support Look Mum No Computer’s upcoming projects, as well as learn more about his previous musical creations, via his Patreon page.

Next: DIY Flamethrowing Synth Module From Look Mum No Computer

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