POLYRHYTHM– dual analog filter + phaser box. It has two voltage controlled filters and a low-frequency oscillator made from authentic Soviet components. It has 8 knobs, 5 switches with which you can control the parameters of the sound. Both filters are made of components and circuitry in accordance with well-known Soviet synthesizers, produced in the USSR back in the 1980s.
Method of signal processing: analog;
Voltage Controlled Filters (VCF): two types — POLY (Polivoks filter) and RHYTHM (Ritm-2 filter);
The low frequency oscillator (LFO): one — triangle;
Audio inputs: two — mono jack socket for 6.3mm;
Audio outputs: three — mono jack socket for 6.3mm;
CV inputs: two — mono jack socket for 6.3mm;
Controls: 8 knobs, 5 switches;
Power supply: 12V AC power adapter (supplied);
Plastic black case;
Dimensions: L13,5 x W18,5 x H5,5 (cm);
Voltage: 220V, voltage transformer is needed if you live in an area with 110V standard!
270 EURO including free shipping to Europe,
280 EURO (its equivalent in US) including free shipping to US/Canada.
For other locations, please contact us for a quote!
*We are shipping from Moscow, Russia. Import customs and tax charges may apply, so please check prior before ordering the goods.
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This video unveils the potential of AVP Synth PolyRhythm — dual analog filters + phaser desktop unit.
PolyRhythm is processing the following hardware synthesizers:
— Korg MS2000 (virtual-analog synthesizer)
— Roland Juno 60 (DCO analog polyphonic synthesizer)
— Korg Mono/Poly (VCO analog monophonic synthesizer)
Recording is done in Mono, 24 bit/48000hz recorded directly into a soundcard.
No effects, compression or EQ was applied.
Note: please check your volume settings before listening as it is quite loud. It is made to capture the whole frequency spectrum of the PolyRhythm.
A short multitrack of two Korg MS2000 sequences processed through PolyRhythm:
Audio clips of the PolyRhythm processing our ADB-5 — Analog Drum Box:
A track made by one of our customers, where Roland TB-303, drums and strings are being processed using the PolyRhythm: