Alpha Juno 2 and Juno Jive FX Ableton Packs

1980s Sci-fi Synthesizers Sounds with The Alpha Juno 2 Ableton Live Pack

alphajunoThe newest members of the AfroDJMac Store are now available to the public!  Two great new Ableton Live collections that will bring your synthesis back to the future.  Created with Mike Longo, the Roland Alpha Juno 2 Ableton Pack and Juno Jive FX Rack are here to fill your world with nostalgia. First the Alpha Juno 2 Ableton Live Pack.  Sampled from 1985′s Alpha Juno 2, this collection features

          • 64 Unique Instruments
          • 9 Ableton Live Sets
          • 72 Ableton Live Instrument Racks
          • Meticulously Recorded with Apogee Converters for pristine quality
          • 1.5 GB of Samples (download size 769MB)


    And here are some audio samples made using on the Alpha Juno 2 Pack   alphajuno

Emulate Analog  Warmth and Character with The Juno Jive Ableton Live FX Rack

The Juno Jive FX Rack was designed to go hand in hand with the Alpha Juno 2 Pack.  This download is one audio effect rack with four audio effect racks nestled inside.  In total there are 16 macro controls, each designed to emulate some characteristic of analog sound.  Control different aspects of pitch stability, saturation, distortion, tremolo, and chorus.  It sounds great on just about anything that could use a bit of warmth.


 “Get it all Out” by Mike Longo

Below Mike Longo’s new album.  I love it and most of the songs on it make use of the Alpha Juno 2 Ableton pack.

  • DJ Invisiboy

    Hi. This pack is a great antidote to me missing my Alpha. I’m a bit confused as to two points though: 1) I got the live sets, but should there have been a live pack to save the samples within live? Or am I supposed to just manually save all live packs? 2) Why are the filters using auto filter instead of sampler’s filter – it makes it laborious to add an envelope to the filter. Or maybe I’m misunderstanding what I’m supposed to be doing?

    • AfroDJMac

      Thanks for checking it out and I’m glad it is filling that void.
      The Auto Filter decision happened because we were enjoying how the enveloping was working on the sounds. Normally I use the filter in Sampler, but we decided to do something a little different. The Auto Filter has a bit of a different character, and we also liked playing around with the Phase control on the LFO, it made certain sounds swirl around your head in a cool way. Finally, we thought some people would want to play with the filter and envelop in Sampler, then put another filter over it with the Auto Filter. Sometimes I like to set up a moving filter via envelops or LFOs and then filter it again with an Auto Filter. We figured out we wanted to have two filters on each synth, but didn’t want to give up that many macro knobs, so we elected to place the auto filter in the macros since it is last in the chain.
      And that was the thought process behind it… whether you call it an advantage or not probable depends on what you’re trying to accomplish.
      Have fun with it and thanks again!

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  • Trapdoors

    Hi, just to clarify — is owning Sampler required to use these instrument racks, or will a copy of Live Standard work as well? Thanks, and they sound great!

    • AfroDJMac

      No, as with most of my racks (except the ones that utilize a specific instrument, i.e. Operator) I include Simpler versions that will work with Live Standard. If there is a problem, which there really shouldn’t be, let me know! Thanks and I’m glad you like them :)

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  • Vice

    can be used with 8 right?

    • AfroDJMac

      That’s correct, it was created in Live 8.

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  • Mikael

    Hi! When I compare the sounds from Bank 1, they don’t match with the sound names that I fount in the Juno2 manual. All the other banks are correct. How come?