9 thoughts on “TAL-U-No-62

  • August 1, 2008 at 8:54 pm
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    hell, this thing is even bette than the U-No-60! i used it a lot on our upcoming album for warm accordeon type sounds. totally love it. get this! TAL-bassline from the same site is also worth a look. possibly the best free synth! 10/10

  • January 1, 2009 at 10:33 pm
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    Since a few days I’ve got a real Roland Juno 60 at home. It belongs to a band member. I was curious if this U-No62 VSTi really was any good compared to the real thing. Downloaded it and to cut a long story short: it’s amazing.
    I programmed some U-No62 presets on the Juno and vice versa. After a few hours programming and comparing I was convinced. Although the interface reacts slightly different to sound than my real Juno and the parameter scales are a bit different and difficult to read, this VSTi sounds exactly like a real Juno.

    Great work!

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  • August 17, 2009 at 1:40 pm
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    I’m just now starting to experiment with VST Instruments. I always regretted trading my Juno 60 back in the 80’s (although I did trade it for a 59 Les Paul so I guess I can’t complain much) so i figured the U-No-60 and 62 would be a good place to start. They sound and program amazingly close (99.5%) to the real thing but I’m having a problem. I get an attack delay from the time I press a key to the time sound is heard. I tried a couple different controllers so I figure I must be doing something wrong. Could it be the host program? The operating system? (tried Windows XP and Vista). Midi Interface? Do I need to get a Mac to run these VST’s properly?

  • August 30, 2010 at 6:21 pm
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    TAL stuff is fab – but I have to say – I actually prefer some of the sounds of the original TAL Uno 60 VST to this. There are just some lovely basses that I can’t reproduce. Sigh – I’m not a finickerty one either!

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