New Dreadbox / Polyend Medusa Demo Made Just For Us

Frantic beats and modulation madness      31/07/18

We've just had a notification that Polyend have uploaded a new demo for their Medusa synth/sequencer instrument.

Its a collaboration between them and Dreadbox - with Polyend handling the sequencing and digital aspects of the machine, and Dreadbox the analogue.

We're even name checked in the description:

Dreadbox + Polyend Medusa Hybrid Synthesizer music demo three. All sounds besides the drums are made and recorded straight from Medusa's master audio output. No wavetables were harmed during
the shot of this video.

The video, sound design and audio composition by Piotr Raczynski.
Recorded 11.07.2018 in Polyend Hq. Made exclusively for Sonicstate.com (yo Gaz Williams and Nick Batt!).

Medusa will be shipping soon (they say Summer 2018) priced at 999 Euros.

Features:

  • 64 customizable, three-dimension expressive pads.
  • The Grid with 256 independent sequences and voice presets.
  • Any modulation parameter per pad for X and Y pressure axis.
  • Three sequencing modes: step, live and incremental.
  • Sequence notes, parameter locks or entire synth voice presets per step.
  • Advanced voice and sequence randomizer onboard.
  • 2 OLED displays.
  • Three analog oscillators with the choice of four classic wave types for each of them.
  • One 24dB classic Dreadbox analog filter with three different types (2pole LP, 4pole LP, HP).
  • FM frequency modulation separately for oscillators and filter.
  • Noise generator with color shaping.
  • 3 wavetable digital oscillators.
  • 3 different play modes: monophonic, paraphonic x3, paraphonic x6.
  • Audio input
  • 5 LFOs
  • 5 loopable DADSR envelopes

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