MATRIXSYNTH: New IK Multimedia Syntronik Deluxe Hardware Synth?

Monday, July 09, 2018

New IK Multimedia Syntronik Deluxe Hardware Synth?

Would you be interested in a hardware version of IK Multimedia's Syntronik Deluxe?

via IK Multimedia:

FEEDBACK WANTED: Syntronik lovers;

Would you like to see I.K. Multimedia turn their "Syntronik Deluxe" ( -softsynth suite ) into a hardware instrument? How about a compact "grab & go" workstation keyboard ( -based upon a DSP chip full of Syntronik "analog era" synths, keyboards + Modo Bass sounds + vintage acoustic/ electric guitars topped-off with ( 12 ) drum-kits representing the "Analog Era's" defining music genre's,( i.e: rock, metal, prog, space rock, punk, new wave, etc. )? Personally, I love the idea!

What do YOU think? All keyboardists are invited to "weigh-in" on the idea. You'll find my mention of these proposed instruments following the interview I did with with Erik Norlander ( -who helped design both the Uno and Syntronik ). *NOTE: Neither Erik nor I.K. has given any indication that they intend to develop such instruments. It's just an idea I thought of after completing the interview. And I still think it's a pretty awesome concept!

But what do YOU think? Would you buy a Syntronik hardware synth? How about a compact Syntronik "grab & go" sized workstation keyboard? If enough keyboardists out there express an interest in these hardware instruments maybe I.K.will consider developing them. Hopefully, the Uno is only I.K's FIRST foray into hardware synthesis realm!

You'll find where you can e-mail your "feedback" on this idea beneath the Erik Norlander interview at this page.

Update: link fixed. There was a comma in the link instead of a period.


  1. You can find the e-mail address to send your "feedback" to ( -at the bottom of this web page: ). I don't think the link provided above is working properly.

    1. Thanks! Fixed. There was a comma in the original link instead of a period.



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