MATRIXSYNTH: KORG POLYSIX Analog Synthesizer (1982) The Classic 70s String Machine in the Synth. Cinematic Sound

Friday, February 26, 2021

KORG POLYSIX Analog Synthesizer (1982) The Classic 70s String Machine in the Synth. Cinematic Sound


video by RetroSound

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Can you replace a classic 70s string machine with a synthesizer?
Yes, you can, even if the concept is different. With the Polysix you get a synthesizer with analog chorus, phaser and ensemble effect. The Ensemble fx in particular is ideal for creating wide and soft strings. The internal effect section is generated via three serial BBD delays. Another plus point is the soft SSM filter.

all sounds: Korg Polysix Analog Synthesizer (1982)
recording: multi-track, played by hand

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