Paraphonic Modular Synth

Analogue Solutions Polymath is available for pre-order      16/09/13

Analogue Solutions tells us that the Polymath modular synth has been officially released and is available for pre-order.


  • 4 VCOs. Each have Pulse Width, Portamento, Saw wave, Square Wave, CV inputs, CV outputs, Sync. VCO1 has Sub-Osc output too
  • Multimode VCF based on (not a clone) the Oberheim SEM (LPF, BPF, HPF, Notch) with multiple CV control
  • Audio input, to allow processing of external audio (vocals, for example, from your DAW, etc) through the filter
  • 2 LFOs
  • 2 ADSR Envelopes
  • 8 Step Analogue Sequencer with sliders
  • Arpeggiator – with Up, Down, Up/Down modes and Octave range
  • Poly Mode (Paraphonic)
  • Note Trig/ReTrig
  • Unison Mode for mega-fatness
  • Ring Modulation
  • Sample and Hold
  • Noise
  • Multiples
  • Adaptor
  • Spring Reverb – a triple spring Accutronics unit is used.
  • MIDI to CV Converter
  • Mixer
  • Inverter
  • Headphone Amp
  • VCA
  • Real Wood sides made by Lamond Design
  • 2 LED Gooseneck Lamps included
  • Solid steel and aluminium construction
  • Carry handle
  • Includes an assortment of patch cables

Pricing and Availability:

Available for pre-order.
Estimated UK retail price: £2899 GBP (exc. VAT and delivery)

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Mjutants of Technology    Said...

More boutique analog madness fm U.K. Had the Vostok II once which did not vit me soundwise but was solid build and great design. Steep price but that's what you get for non-mass produced instruments. Cans Solid States lay hands on one for a thorough test drive?

17-Sep-13 03:58 PM

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