IK is proud to present this video series of Jordan Rudess performing with Syntronik 2. Each week Jordan will feature one of the new synths that are included in the Syntronik 2 MAX collection and is also available separately.
Voted "Best Keyboardist of All Time" by Music Radar Magazine, Jordan Rudess is best known as the keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire for platinum-selling GRAMMY-nominated prog rock band, Dream Theater.
Week 6: Syntonik 2 - Triptych
The Triptych is based on the warm sounds of the classic Korg Trident with its separate synth, string and brass sections. It is a beast of a synth capable of a wide range of classic analog synth and stringer sounds.
Week 5: Syntonik 2 - Syner-V
The Syner-V is based on the Digital Keyboards Synergy II+ with its wide range of unique soundscapes and glassy, metallic tones.
Week 4: Syntonik 2 - GS-V
The GS-V is based on the Yamaha GS1 synthesizer, one of the first FM synthesizers to ever be created. It's a pioneering digital synth with a lush analog ensemble effect and it's reverently recreated in Syntronik 2
Week 3: Syntronik 2 - Pro VS
The Pro-VS is the sound of vector synthesis from the Sequential Circuits Profit VS with its four digital oscillators through an analog filter.
The OSC-V features classic analog filtered digital monosynth sounds. A British classic, the OSCar can sound deceptively analog and ultra fat despite its digital oscillators.
The M-12 represents the monstrous Oberheim Matrix-12 capturing its many filter modes and modulation matrix. We expanded the modes and slopes of our c-type modeled filter especially for this synth in Syntornik 2.
Next week: Syntonik 2 - Obie One