Polysix for Reason uses Korg's proprietary CMT (Component Modeling Technology) to precisely model the electronic circuitry of the original analog instruments, capturing the exact sound and parameter response of the originals.
In addition to faithfully replicating the sound of the original, the Polysix for Reason also adds enhancements such as 32-voice polyphony (max), up to 16-voice unison (with detune/spread function), flexible external modulation settings, MIDI clock synchronization, and a spread function that adjusts the spaciousness of the effects. This neoteric functionality brings the classic Polysix up to date for use in modern music production.
The Polysix programmable six-voice polyphonic analog synthesizer was introduced in 1981. With a full-sounding voice structure, chorus/ phase/ ensemble effects and performance functions such as arpeggiator, and unison, the Polysix became a world-wide hit. Its distinctive string and pad sounds are often heard to this day.
The interface provides reorganized knobs and switches that resurrect the Polysix in a contemporary "rack-mountable" form for even more intuitive operation and sound-creating versatility.
-Fixed an issue concerning the graphic
- Fixed an issue concerning the polyphonic CV
- Fixed an issue concerning the audio reset
- Fixed an issue concerning the dsp buffer optimization
- Fixed an issue which occurred when receiving CV note/velocity
input beyond the 0-127 range.
- Fixed an issue concerning the LFO's and the Arpeggiator's inability to sync to tempo despite proper Tempo Sync and Key Sync settings.
- Fixed a typographical error on back panel image.
32 notes (depending on the CPU of host computer)
Number of parts:
User-definable number of voices (1-16), Detune, Spread
Source (Velocity/ KBD Track/ Aftertouch/ Pitch Bend/ Mod Wheel/ CV1/ CV2), External Modulation 1 (VCO PULSE WIDTH, VCF FREQUENCY, VCA GAIN, MG LEVEL), External Modulation 2 (VCO PULSE WIDTH, VCF FREQUENCY, VCA GAIN, MG LEVEL)
TEMPO - MG Sync, TEMPO - Arpeggiator Sync