Tronsonic and Synthmagic have announced the release of System1000M, a modular style synthesizer for Native Instruments Kontakt.

This is based on a famous Japanese modular, with a few alternative features. Plenty of modulation possibilities, its great fun to use. Steve and I have streamlined the instrument to make it as cpu efficient as possible – it handles very well in fact.

There’s an arpeggiator, with 2 ‘interval’ sections, allowing some very interesting patterns to be made. Most of the tracks in the video were made with pressing one or two keys of a multi-mode preset.

There is a dual polarity Keytrack function assigned to the mod-wheel. This acts as a great alternative to filter cutoff, as it is pitch specific.

System1000M features

  • Over 275 presets.
  • From raucous laboratory experiments, acid house and techno to serene radiophonic bliss-scapes.
  • Optional new ‘add-on’ banks and presets (coming soon).
  • Sampled with vintage valve equipment to quarter inch tape for maximum analogue texture.

The sample library is available to purchase for the introductory price of £14.99 GBP until May 20th, 2013. Requires Kontakt 5.1.0 full version.

More information: Tronsonic