Syntronik is a cutting-edge virtual synthesizer that raises the bar in sound quality and flexibility thanks to the most advanced sampling techniques combined with a new hybrid sample and modeling synthesis engine. Syntronik includes 17 amazing Synths, available as a collection or separately, with over 2,000 preset sounds covering a wide selection from 38 of the most iconic to ultra-rare and painstakingly multi-sampled vintage synthesizers. Syntronik’s synthesis engine goes well beyond traditional sampling thanks to a brand new analog modeled filter section created with the utmost expertise from IK, the pioneer in virtual circuit modeling. This is coupled with exclusive DRIFT™ technology to accurately reproduce the behavior of oscillators from real hardware synths. All of this combined with an effects section that is unrivaled in the world of virtual instruments along with advanced features like 4-part Multis, splits and arpeggiators make Syntronik the ultimate source of inspiration with the widest palette of synthesizer sounds ranging from exact reproductions of the originals to sounds never heard before that will stand out from the crowd in productions covering any genre and style.
Minimod - Based on Modular Moog, Minimoog Model D, Moog Voyager
OXa - Based on Oberheim OB-X, OB-Xa
J-8 - Based on Roland Jupiter-8, Jupiter-6, Jupiter-4
Pro-V - Based on Sequential Circuits Prophet-5, Prophet-10
V-80 - Based on Yamaha CS-80, GX-1, CS-01II
Harpy 260 - Based on ARP 2600
T-03 - Based on Roland TB-303 Bassline
Blau - Based on PPG Wave 2.3
Bully - Based on Moog Taurus I, II, 3
Galaxy - Based on Alesis Andromeda
SAM - Based on Oberheim SEM (Synthesizer Expander Module)
String Box - Based on ARP String Ensemble (Solina), Elka Rhapsody 490, Hohner String Performer, Roland RS-505 Paraphonic, Roland RS-09 Organ/Strings
Polymorph - Based on Moog Polymoog, Opus 3, Rogue, Realistic Concertmate MG-1
99 - Based on Yamaha SY99
DCO-X - Based on Roland JX-10, JX-8P, JX-3P
Noir - Based on Multimoog, Micromoog, Moog Prodigy
J-60 - Based on Roland Juno-60
When it comes to accurately reproducing the sound of timeless machines like Moog, Oberheim, Sequential Circuits, ARP, Roland and Yamaha vintage synthesizers, sampling their sound-generating oscillators is the only way to ensure truly authentic sounds. We selected some of the most sought after synthesizers, sourced only the best instruments from private collections, and painstakingly sampled them. Sound designers worked hand in hand with software developers to take full advantage of this “synthesizer DNA,” with the goal of offering a highly flexible instrument that would maintain the exact sonic character of the originals while extending their creative potential even further. We have captured multiple round robins of single oscillators, oscillator combinations (including sync and FM sweeps) and after more than 70,000 samples and 50GB later, Syntronik is ready to set a new standard in the world of virtual instruments.
Syntronik includes the following 38 amazing synths and string machines offering more than 2,000 instrument presets:
In order to achieve highly flexible sound manipulation while maintaining the same exact sound of the original hardware, we evolved our synth engine to include circuit-level filter models of 4 of the best sounding machines of all time: 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 and Oberheim OB-Xa) and the Oberheim SEM state variable filter.
This hybrid architecture allows for a pristine reproduction of the most critical section of every synthesizer. Plus, every filter is selectable within each included synthesizer, enabling users to create their own combinations by mixing or matching at will, like using a Moog filter on an Oberheim oscillator to produce entirely new original sounds that stand out from the crowd! Syntronik also provides powerful digital filters like Formant and Phase filters that can take the analog source oscillators into new sonic dimensions.
Syntronik also includes all new “DRIFT” technology that breathes more life into the sampled oscillators themselves. Typically sample-based synthesizers have the limitation of having always the same exact sample attack, something that does not happen in their true hardware counterparts. IK’s DRIFT technology varies the phase, color and pitch of the sampled oscillators to keep them moving just like the real analog oscillators do. Much more than simple detuning or even multiple-source modulation, DRIFT emulates the way real analog circuits behave over time. The result is the unmistakable sound of analog that is the origin of any classic synthesizer sound.
In order to get the most out of Syntronik, you don’t need to be an expert in synth programming. In fact, all models share consistent easy-to-use controls that will make custom sound tailoring and editing a breeze, even for “non-geeks.” We have also designed 17 dedicated interfaces which look and feel like the original panels to make your sound tweaking experience even more inspirational.
When it comes to high-quality effects, IK's expertise is simply indisputable. Syntronik comes with 38 mind-blowing effects which are derived from our best-selling T-RackS mix and mastering suite and AmpliTube guitar workstation. We have also designed some new ones like the famous Ensemble Chorus, for a total number of effects that you won’t find in any other vintage synth collection of its kind. 5 effects can be simultaneously inserted on every instrument via a new attractive “lunchbox-style” interface that allows for an immediate visualization and editing of every parameter from within a single, convenient interface. You can quickly arrange the effects in the chain by just dragging and dropping the modules to the desired position, making it easier to audition different processing combinations on the selected sound. You can also save your custom effect chains as presets for use on other sounds in other projects. Likewise, if you come up with an interesting effect chain, you can engage the lock feature and instantly try it in combination with different sounds by just browsing through the collection.
Forge, manipulate, transform, mangle and shape your sounds with:
Dynamics / EQ
Reverb / Delay
Syntronik capabilities go way beyond what a single synthesizer can do. Its streamlined interface allows for quick layering and combining of up to 4 different synthesizer parts that can make a true “wall of sound”. An easy to use layering interface allows for quick mapping and playing sounds simultaneously as well as creating advanced splits for maximum flexibility and a full-blown performance. Multis can be saved and recalled with ease, further defining Syntronik as the most powerful vintage synthesizer virtual instrument to date.
Syntronik’s 4 synthesizer parts feature a powerful note and chord arpeggiator, each with its own assignable range and settings as well as the ability to store them for instant recall. This allows you to build complex rhythmic textures and sequences with extreme ease and mind-blowing effectiveness.
Syntronik’s advanced browser allows for fast and convenient navigation of more than 2,000 presets to let you find the right sounds in an instant. You can browse the content by instrument or search for single sounds. Refine your search using keywords and sort instruments by category (bass, lead, pads,…), character (warm, distorted, percussive, …) and type (monophonic, polyphonic, arpeggios, etc…). You can also rate your favorite sounds to find them in a flash.
Experience the amazing quality, flexibility and authentic sounds of Syntronik for yourself. Syntronik Free is a fully functional FREE version of Syntronik with 50 instrument presets, 38 effects, parts, Multis and arpeggiators that you can play and edit with sounds taken from the massive Syntronik library that can be used as a plug-in or standalone virtual instrument.
Syntronik Free lets you explore an array of iconic synthesizers with thick basses, soaring leads, punchy brass sounds, lush pads and strings from a carefully curated selection of 50 presets that you can play, edit and add a full range of effects to that demonstrates the character and versatility of the vast library of sounds available. It also includes some "light versions" of the Instruments with a reduced key map range (in the extreme high and low registers,) and fewer round-robin oscillator samples in some cases. Syntronik Free is easily expandable via In-App Shop allowing you to create the customized synth studio of your dreams, one instrument at a time.
Syntronik Free provides instant inspiration and a no-risk opportunity to discover and expand your virtual synth collection with any one of the Syntronik Synths available for purchase individually.
Syntronik individual sounds can be seamlessly read by SampleTank 3 (or later) so they can be used together with the ever-growing number of acoustic and electronic instruments included in the industry-standard sound and groove workstation, to build complete soundtracks for any style of music.
5 new Syntronik Synths available:
Syntronik™, DRIFT™ are trademarks property of IK Multimedia Production Srl. All other product names and images, trademarks and artists names are the property of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with IK Multimedia. Product names and images are used solely for the purpose of identifying the specific products that were sampled and / or modeled during IK Multimedia’s sound development. Use of these names and images does not imply any cooperation or endorsement. Moog, Minimoog, Voyager and Taurus are trademarks property of Moog Music Inc. Prophet is a trademark property of Dave Smith Instruments. Oberheim, OB-X, OB-Xa and SEM are trademarks property of Gibson Brands, Inc. Yamaha, CS-80, CS-01, GX-1 and SY99 are trademarks property of Yamaha Corporation. Roland, Juno-60, Jupiter-8, Jupiter-6, Jupiter-4, JX-10, JX-8P, JX-3P, RS-505, RS-09 and TB-303 are trademarks property of Roland Corporation. Mac and the Mac logo are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. The Audio Units logo is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. VST is a trademark of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH.