Synthi700R

Synth based in the Roland System700

(102 Votes)
Glyn Darby
1.0 (Updated 4 years ago)
2.3MB
August 24, 2012
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

Here is a mono synth i have just finished that is based on the great Roland systen700 modular synth.I think it`s layout is pretty straight forward to any use to synths.The various inputs in the modulation sections can be changed by dragging your mouse pointer up and down over the light blue backgrounded label.Hope it is of use to some one and have fun with it.cheers glyn.

COMMENTS  (45)

Berend van de Werken
3 months ago
anyone who figured out how to midi map some knobs like cutoff etc?
Szentpétery Csaba
1 year ago
Good! I dont have to buy the original :P
Alex Plant
3 years ago
Hi, great sounding synth. That said, when I re opened the project I was working on in Ableton I some settings were not the same. This is very disappointing as I really liked what I had going on in that tune.
simon pickering
3 years ago
Brilliant having lots of fun, thanks a lot.
Gennaro Giugliano
3 years ago
Great Synthi 700R,many thanks for your share synthesizer,ciao
Andreas Sandberg
3 years ago
I synced it to the spiral and the monoliner sequencers. Works great.
saliery suzami
3 years ago
I make small demonstration http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTWWDwXDHN4&feature=youtu.be
Lars Bo Hermansen
3 years ago
Thanks a lot, If only there where no bugs, and it was finished. Trouble with lfo, pwm and some details and missing stuff as you know. This is otherwise a fine emulation. Tangerine Dream. If only everything worked. I wish.
Quinn Hanratty
3 years ago
fixed my midi problem. my fault, not the synth. Great synth!!!
Quinn Hanratty
3 years ago
I really like the sound of this and I'd like to use it more. But it is resisting my midi controller. I went to "sort and compress IDs" but that did not help. For some reason I can control the cutoff of VCF-1 with my midi controller. But everything else that I've tried does not respond. Any ideas? It's a really cool synth!!
Peter Fogarty
3 years ago
A excellent piece of work. I once played with a real 700 and your emulation certainly does it justice.
Andreas Klein
3 years ago
A Masterpiece!! thx!
Jo Oheim
3 years ago
... oh, and the LFO-2 macro /the one I was referring to in my above post) has most of its inputs not connected. Don't know if that's part of the original design, however they are still available on the panel. Just trying to be constructive here...
Jo Oheim
3 years ago
Great instrument! Appreciate the many hours this probably took to make it. Some remarks: in Preset 011 (and not exclusively there) there's audible zipper noise probably coming from a delay being modulated at event rate, which goes away if one switches from KEY TRIG. to OSC1 (?) or ups the control rate. Looking into that section, there's a macro called 1-2-5 Quantize, which is fed by a constant - I think that's not what you intended? The structure itself is hard to decipher, it would help if you used Send and Receives - at least that's what I do when it comes to complex structures. Makes it much easier to debug or add features later on. Thanks for the upload!!
Andrew Marshall
4 years ago
This sounds great! But, is there an easy way to make this syncable with an external clock rather than the internal one?
Renaud Schweitzer
4 years ago
Excellent instrument. Very nice presets and sounds. I like the inspiring atmospheres which can come out of it. Thanks !
Glyn Darby
4 years ago
Hi Remy,i will try and have a go but i can`t promise anything.cheers Glyn
Lesly Remy
4 years ago
Glyn, I would be more than happy to. I played another piece I made on the 700 for the guys at the label so they are now trying to decide which one they like best - haha! I was about to ask if it's possible to (this is going to sounds insane) route other synths through the 700 to make use of its capabilities? OR!! If you Youtube "monotribe midi Logic" and watch the video from Point Blank Music school, something like that? Hope I have been clear enough. Thanks.
Glyn Darby
4 years ago
Thanks to you all for your comments.Lesly,if you could let me know your tracks title when it is released it would make me very proud,cheers Glyn
Lesly Remy
4 years ago
Ok. I am finally coming to grips with this (and I finally voted). This ensemble gets better every time I use it! As such, I even used it for a track on my forthcoming EP. I am looking forward to the MKII but honestly?! I wouldn't "change" anything. I would like the ability to export to midi but the world won't end if that never happens. Thanks dude!
year zero
4 years ago
awesome!!
CC lines of the acid
4 years ago
Cool thing!
Lesly Remy
4 years ago
This is pretty awesome but I just haven't figured out how to make it work for me in my productions. This seems more suited for live applications as opposed to midi sequencing. Nonetheless, this is probably one of the best ensembles I have seen. I haven't voted only because I want to be fair and I don't think I can do so until I have come to terms with it.
Nestor Watson
4 years ago
thank you
Joseph Caterinicchio
4 years ago
Scratch that Glyn - same problem in Ruhr (renders many ensembles useless >
Joseph Caterinicchio
4 years ago
Awesome work - love the old-school look, feel, and sound! (One niggle - in Live/Mac, the multi-select settings = - like LFO Freq mod: OSC1, OSC2, etc. - are not saved by host. I don't think it's a Live/Reaktor problem since I haven't (yet) seen it with other ensembles.)
Simon Robinson
4 years ago
Wonderful!
Simon Lowther
4 years ago
top notch stuff! I'm going to spend some quality time with this one.
Jeff Simons
4 years ago
Wow! Terrific design. Great sound and interface. Tangerine Dream here I come.
Andris Varavs
4 years ago
beautiful interface and great snapshots. thumbs very high up!
Glyn Darby
4 years ago
Thanks for the comments everyone,glad you like it.Hope to get round to an update soon but i am trying to finish off a couple of other synths i have been wotking on.cheers glynbo.
Graham Street
4 years ago
Big fan of your uploads, Glyn, and this one is fantastic too. Thanks.
Justin Browning
4 years ago
Very impressive design, thanks!!
Pascal Santoni
4 years ago
Delightful ! An initial snapshot should be great to start a new sound from scratch... Thanks anyway !
Jonathan Canupp
4 years ago
Thanks very much for making and sharing this! I've had a great time jamming with it so far, very useful stuff all around. And FUN!
Al Watson
4 years ago
really impressed with this. and for free?!!! you have clearly put a lot of work into this - very generous of you sir! thanks :-).
Mikko Renko
4 years ago
Yes! I love it!
Ben Allen
4 years ago
Absolutely fantastic! Between this and the Dot Com 44 I have two amazing sounding and looking modulars!
Glyn Darby
4 years ago
Hi Massimo,no serial number needed!cheers glyn.
Massimo Pezzetta
4 years ago
Where can i find the serial number?
Glyn Darby
4 years ago
Thanks for the comments everyone,i am pleased you have some use for it.I will try a MK2 version with FM and a more visable Knob pointer ASAP but cables are beyond me i am afraid.cheers glyn.
ZooTooK
4 years ago
If only there was away to get nice hanging cables like Reason...
ZooTooK
4 years ago
Fantastic work. And the GUI is really great! This ensemble has quickly become a favorit of mine. The mark on the knob is slightly hard to see though...
David Waldman
4 years ago
Is there a way to do FM?
Bytechop
4 years ago
nice one, thanks!
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