Polysix Sounds For Reason

US Soundcells releases the PolysixRE ReFill based on Korg's 1981 analog synth      23/10/12

Polysix Sounds For Reason


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Soundcells says that the original Polysix, introduced in 1981, was a big success because of its warm sound character (as well as other features, of course) - and the same applies to the Polysix Rack Extension. Here's the rest of what they have to say about it in their own words:
Despite this synth`s quite simple architecture, the Polysix is capable of producing wonderful warm sounding pads, very responsive keys, but also super-dry and fat basses. This Polysix-based ReFill is a proof of this, and it is pure fun to use the 70+ combinators. These combinators, based on 40+ new Polysix patches (and a handful others for Reason´s own synths) are sitting extremly well in any mix. Using all the modularity Reason has to offer, this ReFill will please you with really nice retro but also many modern sounds. No matter your preference - the patches will always do a great job in your tracks.
Further the modwheel & the combinator buttons and knobs are carefully assigned to allow dramatic and effective changes to the default sounds you´ll be hearing initially. PolysixRE ReFill Contents:
  • 72 combinator patches - from retro to modern.
  • 45 new Polysix patches containing the basic patches which were used to build combinators.
  • Carefully assigned modwheel & combinator button and knobs.
  • CPU-friendly and fast loading patches.
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