Tracker from Polyend is a machine combining the retro feel of software trackers with sampler, wavetable, granular FM synthesis, sequencer and arranger in a portable standalone hardware form.
If you're even a tiny bit interested in the Polyend Tracker this is the video you're going to want to watch. One minute of Tracker in action, making sounds, music, tracking and editing audio.
There will be more to see and hear of this machine in the future. In the meantime here's the second teaser video of the upcoming instrument from Polyend.
To celebrate Polyend's 4th birthday the company has knocked some money off the price of a brand new Medusa. Here's how to get your hands on one!
This might not be an exact tone for tone, waveform for waveform cover, but this interpretation of the Stranger Things main theme and Eleven's theme made on Medusa is extremely listenable.
High BPMs and complex patterns are no problem for Polyend's PERC. Check out this video of Andrew Huang using it to beef up a live performance.
2018 was a great year for hardware synths. Demand for hands-on music machines continues to grow year on year. Here's some of our favorite hardware synths released this year.
The collaboration between Polyend and Dreadbox that produced Medusa goes from strength to strength with a new free firmware update adding a bunch of new features. Here's the lowdown.
The latest free update for one of the best hardware MIDI sequencers available is here. SEQ 2.0 is chock full of practical and useful new features.
With new features like per track tempo and manual step retriggering the BETA version for Polyend SEQ v2.0 aims to add even more power to this 8-track, 32-step hardware MIDI sequencer.
Loopop, friend of AskAudio, has done it again. This time he's snagged an advance unit of the keenly awaied Polyend and Dreadbox synth and sequencer, Medusa. Here's the video review.
A new video demo from the developers of this synth collaboration shows off 32 of the dynamic, sequenced presets you can expect to find when the unit ships later this year.
Here's what Medusa, the new 6-oscillator analog and digital synth, MPE controller and sequencer from Dreadbox and Polyend really sounds like.
The rise of mechanical robot orchestras is just beginning. Think of this as a fusion between MIDI controlled robot operators, real acoustic instruments, and a laptop running Ableton Live.