XILS-Lab takes on the Moog Polymoog in its new PolyM synth

Another hardware emulation is coming your way

XILS-lab is making quite the name for itself as a high-quality emulator of classic hardware, and the company has now revealed that it’s been working on a new plugin synth that takes its inspiration from Moog’s Polymoog: the PolyM.

Released in the mid-’70s, it’s not one of Moog’s best-known instruments, but was great for mournful leads and eerie string pads, and found favour with the likes of Gary Numan, who utilised the classic Vox Humana patch.

There’s no word on precisely when the PolyM will be released or how much it’ll cost, but we’re assured that’s coming soon.

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