The T.O.D Oscillators 'Pleasure Principle'
Unique features, unique sound: A few factors determined the iconic sound of the PolyM glorious ancestor: Two T.O.D Oscillators (Top Octave dividers), with PER NOTE Pulse Width Modulation, initially used to get a big polyphony (at this time). A gritty Moog designed 24db Ladder Filter. An acoustic Filter Bank. And, finally, a character full Resonator Bank.
71 chips .: To take up the emulation gauntlet, more than two years were necessary to closely, patiently model these 71 components to finally come up with the best and most versatile Divided-down synthesizer ever done.
And beyond: Because we not only exposed some parameters that were not accessible on the original machine, allowing you to dive into the machinery and mod it without a screwdriver, a soldering iron and electronic components. We also added a more traditional analog VCA ADSR, plethora of LFO to modulate almost everything, and a trio of vintage sounding effects among others things.
Using divide-down technology offers a particular sound for Chords, Strings and Pads you won't find in any other synthesizer.
More: With this unit, feeding a monophonic zero-delay 24db self-oscillating filter, re-triggered by keyboard strokes, gives you the possibility to play huge sounds in a way no other synthesizer can (PolyPedal behavior emulated). Original presets, like 'Vox Humana', are also on board. Beyond the Pleasure Principal.
Version 1.1, October 2018: And now, in version 1.1, all these signature effects are available to process any instruments and sounds of your collection as a VST effect. The PolyM is also NKS compatible. And with the New Preset Manager, you'll be able to find the right sound in seconds, thanks to its multi-criteria search engine, as well as to manage easily all your sound collections.