Roland Juno DS Cakewalk INS File. Debugged March 2019


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Here's an update to the existing copies of this file out there. Debugged and stripped illegal characters and added Roland Di drumkits.

Now a complete and working cakewalk file complete with all patches and drumkits.

As always if you see room for improvement, then feel free to modify and post to the community.

Gary ;)
 

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Thanks Michael. :)

The heavy lifting was already done for me with the pasting and formatting of the original files.

All I had to really do was merge the two and eliminate all of the illegal characters and correct a few mismatched labels.

Having done over a half dozen of these over the years I was able to finish the job in about 3 or 4 hours, and I did myself a favor as well. Now If I want to I can effectively use my Juno DS for sequencing if I want to as well.

I've already posted the file to the Rolandclan and Cakewalk By Bandlab Forums as well so everyone can benefit.

:)

Gary ;)
 
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Hello there!
Thank you Gary. I'm a new Juno Ds owner and I've been digging into the keyboard a lot lateley. How can I playback my newly created pattern sequence. I wanna use it as a backing track while playing my customed performances on the keyboard? Someone help me plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
 
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Thank you. Unfortunately I don't have a DAW so the first option is the best for me right now. But I watched the links u shared and I still can't figure outhow to do that. My bad.
Just wanna play on top of my pattern sequence
 
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All I can suggest is to watch the videos over and over a few times to catch stuff you may miss the first time.

And read thru your manuals and the parameter guide for tips on which buttons to push.

Gary ;)
 
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