MATRIXSYNTH: Quasimidi Polymorph - meditative early morning sequence

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Quasimidi Polymorph - meditative early morning sequence

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"I bought a Quasimidi Polymorph the other day!

Not because I'm crazy, but there is an interesting personal story behind this Quasimidi thing, that will soon be revealed! Watch out for more and make sure to subscribe to this channel!

Usually I wake up around three in the morning due to a major failure in my neuronal subroutines. Since I can't change it anymore, I like to use this time before dawn to noodle around on my synths, just to get lost in sound. And who said, that musical therapy can't be done with synths? So I'd like to share this moment with you!

Polymorph is probably the rarest Quasimidi synth to find nowadays. As the prices are rising fast, try to get one while you can! And it's probably the best sounding synth Quasimidi ever made. If you are into dawless jamming, Polymorph might be your friend, thanks to its 4 independent analogue style sequencer lines per sound, which allow you to modulate practically all the synth and FX parameters. This is instant fun and so typical for Joerg Schaafs approach to real-time sequencing! Of course, MIDI data is also sent to external gear, if you need it.

The Polymorph sound is not really 'analogue' but if you know how to use the built-in EQ and FX, you can get powerful synth sounds with quite some digital dirt out of it. Polymorph has got four single outs for each part and even has audio inputs to process external sounds. That's kind of professional!"

1 comment:

  1. Polymorph was Quasimidi's answer to Yamaha's EX5, in the realm of the strange mishmash of several different genres in one case, such as the Alesis Fusion and Roland V-Synth GT.


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