The Syntronik Polymorph captures the sounds of the Polymoog, Opus 3, Moog Rogue and Realistic Concertmate MG-1. Manufactured from 1975—1980, the Polymoog was a “paraphonic” instrument that used organ-style divide-down technology with resonators and a single 4-pole low pass filter. The famous “Vox Humana” sound, (used by Gary Numan for the great synth lead in his hit song “Cars”) and keyboard-type sounds such as Electric Piano, Clav and Harpsichord make the Polymoog much more than a simple string machine despite its fundamental architecture.
The Opus 3 is another “paraphonic” instrument that consists of three separate sections for strings, brass and organ. The brass section has a single low pass filter that can produce some synth-like sweeps and resonant tones. Like many of its string machine cousins, the Opus 3 also features a lush analog ensemble chorus that gives it a distinct tonality that is quite different from other Moog synthesizers.
The Rogue shares a similar 32-key package to the Concermate MG-1 which was sold under the Realistic brand name. However, the Rogue is a bit more pro-oriented than the Concertmate with pitch bend and mod wheels along with a great-sounding sample-and-hold in the LFO section and well-designed modulation routings that make it a surprisingly flexible synthesizer.
- Over 1 GB of content
- Over 2,000 stereo samples
- 86 instruments
Mac® (64 bit CPU, 32 or 64 bit Mac OS)
- Minimal: 1.5 GHz Intel processor, 1 GB of RAM, Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
- Supported Plug-in formats: Audio Units, VST, RTAS, AAX (32 and 64-bit).
- Note: on 64 bit systems, the plug-in also works in 32 bit compatibility mode.
Windows® (32 and 64 bit)
- Minimal: Intel® Pentium 4® 2.4 GHz or Intel® Core™ Duo or AMD Athlon™ 64,
- 1 GB of RAM, Windows® XP, Windows® Vista, Windows® 7 or Windows® 8.
- Supported Plug-in formats: VST, RTAS, AAX (32 and 64-bit).