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SE PolyMod KX

Semi Modular VA Plugin by KX77FREE
SE PolyMod KX
SE PolyMod KX by KX77FREE is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
x86 Vista SP2
with Visual C ++ Redist Package 2015
X64 Seven
with Visual C ++ Redist Package 2015
Beta version x64 AU, Maverick and upper
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Open Source
Other / Unknown
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The AU plug-in is x64 beta version.
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Vintage polyphonic synthesizer to build analog 70's leads!
Open SE1, provided with its SE1 files and skin elements.
Built for help SE community, based only on SE modules but great VA sounding!
Alpha release available for Mac users.

Oversampled x2, x3, x4.
Stereo routing.
Up to 4 voices.
12*12 Matrix.
8 KXMOD modulations.
3 Vcos with 5 waveforms and Sync (Vco1 only).
5 Keyboard traking (-10 to 10) for the Vcos and the Vcfs.
1 Ring Modulator with EQ.
1 Noise Generator.
1 Monophonic LFO with ADSR (possible to use it like an oscillator).
2 Mulitmode VCFs (SVF, Moog, Korg with saturator).
4 Polyphonic EGs with velocity and Kbd controls.
1 X Y joystick controller.
2 Delays with host sync, multimode filter and modulation oscillator with host sync.
1 Scope.
1 Frequency display.
1 Note pad.
Full MIDI learn.
Internal Fxp and Fxb management.
104 KX's presets very 70's.



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Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review
SE PolyMod KX

Reviewed By Carl_saved [all]
February 5th, 2019
Version reviewed: 1.07 on Windows

SE PolyMod is a virtual analog synth that sounds better than anything in the free domain I have heard so far. The two oscillators (actually three counting the sub osc) combined with the noise generator and the ring modulator with EQed inputs (which is a brilliant feature!) give plenty options for sound generation. Nearly any type of modulation is possible, e.g. phase modulation, frequency modulation, ring modulation -- as long as you do not wish to modulate the modulation depth (as FM synths can usually do). PolyMod is NOT an FM synthesiser, and it never claimed to be.

The filters are super flexible thanks to various models that can be selected, and thanks to flexible routing. They are even kind of dry/wet-able. And as everything in this synth: they sound good.

Do not be fooled by simple ADSR envelopes. The env-times can be controlled by velocity and key follow. And they have a number of slope shapes available. Super useful for sound design! Not sure if the odd behaviour of the filter envelope depth knob (v1.07) is a bug or a feature. Regardless, I haven't met a case where I could not work around and get what I wanted using another envelope.

Also, as the developer states on his website, this synth is not made for synthesis beginners. Even for experienced folks it needs some time and luck to find all the features you can get from this synth (hint: click on labels!).

The synth can be a bit heavy on CPU. But given the sound quality I would say it is a pretty good tradeoff.

5/5 stars for top quality sound and flexibility despite the minor usability flaws I mentioned above.

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