KORG Polysix V2 (Win)

Polysix V2 of the KORG Collection is in a position to faithfully reproduces the sound and performance of the first Polysix.
  • Publisher: KORG
  • Product: Polysix V2
  • Version: 2.0.5
  • Format: EXE, VST, AAX
  • Bit Depth: 64-bit
  • Operating System: Windows

Reborn through software Polyphonic Synthesizer Polysix V2

Brought to the market in 1981, the analog synthesizer Polysix V2 is one of KORG’s most famous synthesizers. At that point, popular synthesizers had polyphony of 5 voices. This Polysix V2 with six polyphonic voices (one more voice), was named directly after the determination and pride of the engineers. Sound memory, built-in effects like chorus, phaser, and ensemble are commonplace functionalities lately, but at the time, they were considered advanced specifications, and by combining them to deliver its unique fat sound the Polysix V2 quickly became a worldwide bestseller.

KORG Polysix Analog Synthesizer 1981

While the Polysix V2 during this KORG Collection has been supported the software-emulated Polysix V2 from 2004, it’s been refined for contemporary production environments. additionally, to the often-requested high-resolution and scalable interface, we’ve added two new multi-effects. All of the analog sounds and behaviors are realistically reproduced by CMT, KORG’s proprietary electronic Circuit Modeling Technology, and you’ll now get these beautiful sounds, unique to the Polysix V2, as a state-of-the-art software plug-in.

A complete reproduction deep, the fat polyphonic sound of the Polysix V2

With settings like 1VCO / 1VCF / 1VCA / 1EG, Polysix V2 has simple parameters. thanks to its intuitive operation and chorus, phaser, and ensemble effects that spread the sound out evenly, the Polysix V2 was highly acclaimed when first released within the 1980s, especially for its beautiful strings and pad sounds.

The Polysix V2 of the KORG Collection is in a position to faithfully reproduces the sound and performance of the first Polysix V2 due to KORG’s proprietary electronic circuit modeling technology CMT (Component Modeling Technology). rather than merely simulating the output sound as conventional modeling does, KORG’s CMT may be a method for using digital equivalents of the transistors, capacitors, resistors, and other components utilized in the hardware realm to reconstruct an equivalent signal path digitally. This accurately reproduces the complex range of sounds and parameters which will only be created with the Polysix V2.

KORG Collection 2: Refined

High-resolution interface for Retina and 4K

We have made major GUI refinements to the KORG Legacy Collection Polysix V2 software (originally released in 2004) in order that its high-resolution graphics allow it to figure in modern Retina & 4K environments. By supporting six levels of scalability, usability has been drastically improved. Enjoy features that are easy to use and provides a way of satisfaction which are unique to the Polysix V2 and control many parameters like patching, at a high resolution.

Two newly added multi-effects

32 voices of polyphony and up to 16-voice unison (with detune/spread function) were added to the first (2004) Legacy Collection. Flexible external modulation settings and MIDI clock synchronization have also been introduced, allowing sound production with a high level of flexibility and freedom.

Furthermore, the KORG Collection Polysix V2 has two new multi-effects. the entire 21 effects like compression, EQ, delay, reverb, and 127 sorts of ready-to-use effect programs expand the Polysix V2 sonic range.

300 up so far presets

The original Polysix V2 was a programmable 6 voice synth with memory patches, very unusual at the time. additionally to the presets of the previous KORG Legacy Collection Polysix V2, the newest, all new 300 presets are added. We included sounds that the Polysix V2 excels at and is documented for, like strings and pads.

In addition to having the ability to register sounds that you simply like as favorites for immediate recall, there’s a replacement convenient program browser so you’ll narrow sounds down by type, allowing you to quickly find the sound that you simply are trying to find.

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