Roland System-500 Complete Set Analog Modular Synthesizer in Eurorack Format

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SYSTEM-500 Complete

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Roland System-500 Complete Set Analog Modular Synthesizer in Eurorack Format

Based on the legendary SYSTEM-700 and SYSTEM-100M, the SYSTEM-500 Complete Set is a fully analog modular synthesizer inspired by two of the most revered electronic instruments of all time. Made for Eurorack format, it's a complete system with multiple oscillators, filters and effects in a versatile custom case with top-quality patch cables. It's perfect for your first modular synth or as the centerpiece of an expanding Eurorack system.

Designed and built in the USA, the SYSTEM-500 Complete Set is made to exacting standards, with top-quality components and extreme attention to detail. It delivers the classic character and playability of a vintage Roland modular synth—with all the advantages of a modern instrument. And it’s surprisingly affordable, turning the fantasy of finally owning one of these legendary instruments into reality.


Features

  • Complete analog modular synthesizer with multiple oscillators, filters and effects
  • Vintage Roland analog sound in a top-quality modern instrument
  • Perfect modular starting point complete with case, power supply, and braided patch cables
  • Versatile wood and metal case is portable, stackable and can sit flat or angled
  • 512 module with two voltage controlled oscillators with saw, sine and square waves
  • 521 module with two voltage controlled filters with selectable high-pass filters
  • 530 module with two voltage controlled amplifiers each with multiple CV inputs
  • 540 module with two ADSR envelopes and invertible LFO with five waveform types
  • 572 module with classic phase shifter, delay, gate delay and invertible LFO
  • Numerous CV connections for an array of modulation possibilities
  • Built in USA and assembled in Japan



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