The Roland System 100M was (and is) a highly popular modular synthesizer that was launched at the end of 1978 and went on to sell many thousand of modules over the next 6 years, making it one of Rolands most popular products. Thanks to its relatively affordable price, the System 100M was used by many bands in the late 70’s and early 80’s.

The initial 110, 112, 121, 130, 140 and 150  modules were quickly followed in 1979 by the 131, 132, 172 and 182 modules. A last set of three modules; 165, 173 and 174 were added in the Spring of 1983 but only sold for 6 months in low volumes. Various prototypes were developed in 1978 but never made it into production, as they tended to duplicate rather than expand on the functionality.

This project is about re-inventing the 100M experience in Eurorack. Accurate front panels that are grey powder coated with white silk screen. Accurate electronic design and high quality components. Some old favourites, the long lost prototypes, and new ideas to vastly expand the sound of a legendary synth. At a price point that makes vintage affordable!