I almost gave up selling mine, but the buyer already paid. I was testing it prior to shipping, turned on the arpeggiator, hit some big "jazz chord", set a slow tempo, enabled latch, long release time, closed the filter a bit, added reso = super hypnotic tones that you can listen for hours and never get enough of it.
Never play a synth before selling it. I was really sad after it departed.
When the buyer received it i told him to test that patch, and he too spent an hour listening to one single chord. It was hilarious.
Don't hesitate to push it into unison and use it as a mono synth. It is fantastic for the old funk and disco basslines!
Pro5 wrote:Nasty filter? no way - prob needed calibrating or was battery damaged.
monolith wrote:Pro5 wrote:No it was absolutely fine, i meant the ssm korg Polysix filter in general, I think its just the 'weakest part of both those synths.
So...help me out here, guys. Tell me why I shouldn't get one. Tell me that there's a better solution for an affordable, truly hands-on analog poly that I should hold out for...?
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