Roland System-100M

The Roland System-100M was a semi-professional modular synthesizer for electronic music manufactured by the Roland Corporation. It was the successor of the Roland System-100 which was a smaller semi-modular system.


  • 110 VCO/VCF/VCA
  • 112 Dual VCO
  • 121 Dual VCF
  • 130 Dual VCA
  • 131 Output mixer/oscillator/Headphone Amp
  • 132 Dual CV/Audio Mixer & Voltage Processor
  • 140 Dual EG & LFO
  • 150 Ring Mod/Noise/S&H/LFO
  • 165 Dual Portamento Controller
  • 172 Audio Delay/Phaser/LFO/Gate Delay
  • 173 Signal Gate & Multiple Jacks
  • 174 Parametric EQ
  • 180 32-key Controller Keyboard
  • 181 49-key Controller Keyboard
  • 182 Analogue Sequencer
  • 184 4-note Polyphonic Keyboard
  • 190 Three-Module Rack
  • 191-J Five-Module Rack

Prototype-only modules:

  • 111 VCO/VCF
  • 120 VCF/VCA
  • 141 Dual Envelope/Gate Delay/Inverter-Adder
  • 160 Computer Interface
  • 170 Pitch to Voltage converter/Envelope Follower/Amp

External links

  • Vintage Synth Explorer - Roland System 100m
  • Sound On Sound Review
  • Roland 100m Information
  • Roland 100m Users forum
  • Modul description

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