MATRIXSYNTH: Quasimidi POLYMORPH. Old school synthesizer psychodelic sequence

Saturday, February 05, 2022

Quasimidi POLYMORPH. Old school synthesizer psychodelic sequence

video upload by Mutant Manfred

"Quasimidi Polymorph is not a perfect syntheziser. Has some aliasing and noise. That noise and aliasing is part of its personality. That's why I like it.

The sequence you can hear for the first 50 seconds I created 10 years ago, stored in the synthesizer's memory and forgotten until now.
I have recreated it again now by adding two more layered sound structures (starting from the 50th second).

I created animations to this video. I used Adobe After Effect for this.
Everything edited and coloured in DaVinci Resolve Studio 17.

Recorded straight to an Olympus LS-14 recorder.
No mastering, no external effects. No preset sounds.

Filmed Panasonic Lumix S5 with a Lumix S 50mm f1.8"

Quasimidi POLYMORPH. A great synth from 1999!

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"This is PolyMorph by Quasimidi. Forgotten German synthesizer produced in 1999. Polymorph is final product of Quasimidi. The company folded in 2000. I wonder out of curiosity what products the company would still be producing today. Even for today polymorph sounds pretty good. I have owned it since 2006."

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