Based on the Moog Minimoog Model D the new Behringer Poly D is expanded upon the original in many ways. For starters it has four oscillators that can be played paraphonically... Behringer say 'polyphonically'.
There's a built-in 32 step sequencer which is polyphonic /paraphonic, an arpeggiator and stereo chorus effect, and a velocity sensitive keyboard with aftertouch to name some of the cool features on offer. And of course, the three main modes of this analog synthesizer include, monophonic, polyphonic or unison mode.
You can read more about the features of the Poly D from our article which broke the news early this morning here.
And you can watch the Loopop review with patching ideas here:
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