Korg PolySix Sampled

Puremagnetik releases SixVoice for Ableton Live, Kontakt, Renoise and Logic      01/09/11

Korg PolySix Sampled


Puremagnetik has just released a library of sound content based on the vintage Korg PolySix analog synthesizer. SixVoice includes over 30 multisample patches. Puremagnetik's PR person told Sonic State, "The PolySix is famous for its huge analog basses and leads while defining its own unique sounds with curtis chip filters, a bucket-brigade style ensemble effect and six voice unison mode! Packed with over 800 samples, SixVoice is guaranteed to supercharge your music production system with legendary PolySix greatness." Puremagnetik has recorded over 30 customized patches from the PolySix and reprogrammed them for Ableton Live, Kontakt, Logic and Renoise. In addition, SixVoice uses velocity mapping to combine sounds in ways never imaginable on the original synthesizer.
The Ableton Live version of SixVoice includes a reverse engineered effects section with a serial chained 6-step delay. This also includes standardized Macro controls that emulate the PolySix's effects, arpeggiator and modulation generator sections.
SixVoice Features
  • Over 30 multi-sampled programs
  • Over 800 high quality 24 bit samples
  • Expressive velocity articulations and variations
  • "Renoise Ready" XRNI files for instant playability
  • Kontakt KSP easy edit GUI
  • Requires Ableton Live 8.2.2, Kontakt 4 or Logic 8
  • 250 MB of physical RAM
  • 600 Megabytes (MB) of free hard disk space
Pricing and Availability:
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