Polyend Play+ Adds a Synth to the Sample-Based Groovebox | Just In

Polyend has released an upgraded version of their popular Play groovebox, aptly named Play+. The MKII version features numerous enhancements, including a new synth engine and expanded sample playback capabilities. It delivers richer stereo sounds and multitimbral polyphonic synthesis, all while maintaining the same Play form factor.

The built-in synth engines are a highlight of the Play+.

  • The ACD, aims to recreate the sound of iconic single-oscillator monophonic analog synths..
  • The FAT is a powerhouse virtual analog synth engine that epitomizes the vintage warmth of classic analog synthesizers.
  • The VAP refers to Virtual Analog Polysynth and is ideal for creating mesmerizing textures, pads, and one-of-a-kind sound effects.
  • The WTFM is a unique 2-operator FM synth engine that utilizes wavetable-based oscillators driven by a feedback system, providing unrivaled FM sound quality.

Adding even more sonic nuance and expansiveness, the Polyend Play+ supports stereo sample playback while USB audio integration allows for multi-tracking sessions seamlessly to your DAW with a USB-C cable.

The Polyend Play+ comes with a price tag of $799, while the original Play will now cost $499. Those with the original can upgrade to Play+ for $399. More details can be found on Polyend’s Polyend’s website.

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