Roland Recreates Semi-Modular System-100 as a Plug-Out Synth

Using analog circuit behavior, Roland have taken the original semi-modular System-100 from the 70s and recreated it as an AU, VST and Plug-Out synth for AIRA System-1 and System-1m.  

The new System-100 Plug-Out software synthesizer from Roland reproduces the semi-modular mono synth from 1975 and integrates the Model 101 and Model 102. What this means is you can expect a “fat and uniquely versatile two oscillator monosynth with modular routing capabilities.”

This new plug-out soft synth works with the System-1 and System-1m and can be used by any compatible VST or AU host like Logic Pro, Cubase or Ableton Live. The System-100 uses analog circuit behavior to recreate each and every detail of the original. 

Roland AIRA System-100 Plug-Out Synth

Roland AIRA System-100 Plug-Out Synth

Main Features

  • Perfect replica of SYSTEM-100 sound and behavior
  • ACB provides expansive, liquid tone of the original
  • Model 101 Synthesizer and Model 102 Expander in a single instrument
  • Sophisticated architecture with dual VCO, dual LFO, S&H, Ring Mod, Noise and more
  • Versatile semi-modular patching capabilities
  • Integrated Phaser with modulation inputs, Reverb and Delay
  • Advanced arpeggiator with Scatter capabilities
  • VST, AU and PLUG-OUT compatible

More details HERE  http://www.roland.com/products/system-100_plug-out/

Buy the System-100 for €175 HERE  https://contentstore.roland.com/aira/detail/system-100_plug-out/?ref=system-100_plug-out&bn=promo&_ga=1.204125970.343565453.1428512284

Download a Trial HERE   http://www.roland.com/products/system-100_plug-out/downloads/

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