PRESET EDITOR & LIBRARY FOR THE ROLAND JUNO 106 SYNTHESIZER

Save, Organize, and Edit Juno presets via a simple MIDI connection.

Presets can either be created from scratch or received from the synthesiser's inner memory.
They are stored as “.jep” or sysex files on your hard drive, which is perfect for sharing or backup.
Features include keyboard playback, undo, safe-editing, quick search and a retina-ready interface.

Juno Editor v2.2

Requires macOS 10.7 or later

Factory Presets

Bought your Juno second-hand and never got to hear the default shipping presets ? Now's your chance !

  Get Factory Presets

.106 Library Converter

Libraries from Jarvik7’s Librarian can be converted to work with Juno Editor. You will need to have Java running on your mac.

  Get Library Converter

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Juno Editor compatible with the Roland MKS7 ?

Yes! Juno Editor is fully compatible with the MKS7.
It features a MIDI Channel selector and you can also configure Dynamic Sensitivity.

Can Juno Editor be used as a VST/AU Plugin?

No, this is a Standalone macOS Application.

Why doesn't Juno Editor produce any sound?

Because it's not a synth emulation!
Juno Editor is a librarian application that interacts with real-life hardware synthesisers.

How to Fetch a Preset from the Juno

  1. Make Sure Your Juno 106 is Configured to Send & Receive Sysex Messages
    The three-way FUNCTION switch on the back of your juno should be in position III
  2. In Juno Editor, Create a New Preset
    File > New Preset
  3. Toggle “Record” to ON
    Click on the toolbar's record button, or select 'Record' from the 'Preset' Menu.
  4. On the Juno 106, Select Bank A or B, and a Preset Number
    You should see all of the editor's faders animate, meaning a preset has been received.
  5. Save the New Preset to Disk
    File > Save

How to Write a Preset to the Juno

  1. Make Sure Your Juno 106 is Configured to Send & Receive Sysex Messages
    The three-way FUNCTION switch on the back of your juno should be in position III
  2. Send the desired preset to the Juno
    Either double-click on the preset name, or select a preset in the list, and choose 'Send Preset' from the 'Preset' menu.
    Two red dots on the synth's LCD screen indicate that the current preset has unsaved changes.
  3. On the Juno, perform a write operation
    Select either bank A or B. Maintain the Write button pressed, and select a preset number.
  4. Done. Your preset is now saved into the Juno's internal memory.

More Precise Editing

While dragging a fader, maintain the ALT key pressed
This will make the fader's movement more precise.