Some old Polymoog sound demos

Way back in 2005 I had a Polymoog Keyboard for a few months. It is a relatively simple synth, essentially an analogue “paraphonic” preset synthesizer with very little tweakability, but I thought it sounded amazing. Eventually I sold it to finance something else because I was constantly afraid that it would break, Polymoogs being notoriously unreliable. Because I only had it for a short while, it never ended up in any proper tracks, but I did record some demos with it during that time. As always, these are just to demonstrate how the synth sounds, not to be mistaken for proper music😉

This one has some Moog MF-105 MuRF step filter action:

Hot pitch ribbon actiooon, chorus from Boss DC-2:

This is just a collection of sounds, chorus from Boss DC-2:

Matti / Turku Synth Club

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