IK Multimedia has introduced Syntronik, a new software synthesizer that features 17 instruments, with over 2,000 preset sounds. Syntronik combines samples from 38 classic synths with an circuit-modeled filter section.
The synth engine features circuit-level models of four filters:
- Moog transistor ladder, (found in the Minimoog and Modular Moog);
- Roland’s IR3109 chip (found in the Jupiter-8 and Juno-60);
- The famous Curtis CEM3320 chip (found in the Prophet-5, Oberheim OB-Xa and Memorymoog); and
- The Oberheim SEM state variable filter.
Adding to Syntronik’s flexibility, you can mix and match filters within the 17 instruments.
Here are the official video intros:
Syntronik is based on samples from 38 synths and string machines:
ARP String Ensemble (Solina)
Elka Rhapsody 490
Hohner String Performer
Minimoog Model D
Moog Opus 3
Moog Taurus I
Moog Taurus II
Moog Taurus 3
Oberheim SEM (Synthesizer Expander Module)
PPG Wave 2.3
Realistic Concertmate MG-1
Roland RS-09 Organ/Strings
Roland RS-505 Paraphonic
Roland TB-303 Bassline
Sequential Circuits Prophet-10
Sequential Circuits Prophet-5
Pricing and Availability
Syntronik is available to pre-order for an intro price of US $149.99 or $99.99 for crossgrades.