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XILS-lab Bows Polymoog Emulation

XILS-lab has announced availability of its PolyM soft synth plug-in, an emulation of Moog Music’s Polymoog polysynth—a polyphonic analog voltage-controlled synthesizer available between 1975 and 1980, originally priced at $5,295.
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Grenoble, France (July 10, 2017)—XILS-lab has announced availability of its PolyM soft synth plug-in, an emulation of Moog Music’s Polymoog polysynth—a polyphonic analog voltage-controlled synthesizer available between 1975 and 1980, originally priced at $5,295.

XILS-lab’s PolyM features two TOD (Top Octave Divider) oscillators, one for the sawtooth wave and another for the square, slightly detuned for phasing effect (when running independently in Free mode); in Lock mode, those two TOD oscillators are almost locked in phase, producing PM (Phase Modulation) instead of FM (Frequency Modulation) when the square wave oscillator is modulated in pitch. The two TODs can also be modulated in pitch by an LFO.

Other features of the PolyM include 71 emulated chips, offering mixer, VCA, envelope, 12dB filter, and pulse width modulation for each of the available notes; 24dB ladder filter; nine dedicated acoustic filters including String, Piano, Organ, Harps, Funk, Clav, Vibes, Brass and Vox, recreated from the original Polymoog model 203a; Resonators filter bank with three parametric filters that match the original; three vintage effects—delay, phaser and reverb—with adjustable settings, 260-plus presets, and more.

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http://www.xils-lab.com/products/polym-p-160.html