Hans Zimmer's massive System 100m, as described by Kevin Lightner. "It features 58 VCOs, 37 VCFs, 32 ENVs, 12 VC Phase shifters, 9 Sequencers, 1 Remote controlled 4-space rack-mount power supply (25' away.), and 24 Trunk lines go to his large Moog synth across the room. The unit can link the "Keyboard" inputs for all the modules, and with this feature, all VCO's can track one input with only one patch cord. The unit was built into 6 flight cases on casters with removable front and rear covers, then later encased in wood and built into his studio."more
In his [My Studio feature for Attack Magazine](http://www.attackmagazine.com/features/my-studio/mathew-jonson/), Mathew Jonson writes: "The Roland System 100m was featured on ‘Symphony For The Apocalypse: New Age Revolution’, ‘The Girl From LBC’ and ‘Learning To Fly’. It’s probably the best bass in the studio."more
(Centre - top down): Self-built digital delay, Accesit Noise Gate & Compressor, Roland System 100M (M-191J): incl. Gristleizer, BBD Module, VCO, VCF, ADSR etc., Roland System 100M (M-191J) rack containing self-built modules: incl. VCO, VCF, ADSR etc.. Boss KM-4 mixer, Self-built effects unit (Gristelizer), Boss CE-2 Chorus, Boss BF-2 Flanger, Roland 100M M-181 Keyboard.more
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