Kriminal wrote:increase the polyphony, its way too low
Low polyphony is a feature! Playing styles of classic synths depended on low polyphony. You could have long release tails, but as long as you played enough new notes you could cut off the old ones when you needed, avoiding disonnance between different chords and keys.
But sure, it wouldn't hurt to offer a few more voices (as long as you can turn it back to 6 if you want). No classic analog polysynth I can think of had more than 8. I used 12 as a max on my synth, for people with one extra finger on each hand.