IK launch mega-synth VST

IK launch mega-synth VST

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IK Syntronik

Syntronik is a frankly quite astonishing collection of vintage synthesizers, and is now available for both PC and Mac.  The synths are available individually or can be purchased as a collection. And the best bit?  The price!  Current IK users can crossgrade for only €199.99!  If you’re not sure whether this huge package has something for you or not you can give it a test drive for free.

Here’s what IK have to say about Syntronik:

‘Syntronik offers the definitive and best-sounding collection of vintage synthesizers in a virtual instrument to date. It provides unsurpassed quality and flexibility thanks to an entirely new combination of the most advanced sampling techniques with a unique hybrid sample and modelling synthesis engine, a large assortment of high-quality modelled effects and innovative instrument features.’

The full list of synths is huge, so here’s a summary of the package:

  • 99 – Based on the Yamaha SY99
  • Blau – Classic sounds of the PPG Wave 2.3
  • Bully – Iconic bass sounds of the Moog Taurus I, II and 3
  • DCO-X – Based on the Roland JX-3P, JX-8P and JX-10 classic synths
  • Galaxy – Iconic sounds of the Alesis Andromeda
  • Harpy 260 – Classic sounds of the ARP 2600
  • J-8 – Iconic sounds of the Roland Jupiter 4, 6 and 8
  • J-60 – Based on the Juno 60, including analog modelled chorus
  • Minimod – Based on the Minimoog, Modular and Voyager synths
  • Noir – Based on the Moog Prodigy, Micromoog and Multimoog
  • OXa – Classic sounds of the Oberheim OB-X and OB-Xa
  • Polymorph – Based on the Polymoog, Opus 3, Rogue, and Concertmate MG-1
  • Pro-V – Classic sounds of the Prophet-5 and Prophet-10
  • SAM – Iconic sounds of the Oberheim SEM synthesizer
  • String Box – Based on ARP, Elka, Hohner, and Roland string machines
  • T-03 – Iconic bass sounds of the Roland TB-303
  • V-80 – Classic sounds of the Yamaha CS-80, GX-1 and CS-01

Read our full review…

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