[sdiy] Polymoog Polycom chip block diagram?

Tim Parkhurst tim.parkhurst at gmail.com
Sat Feb 19 20:01:31 CET 2022

Hey Tom,

Glad to see you back! Also good to hear that you're finally settled in
enough to start setting up your synth gear. :)

I don't really have anything to add to the conversation, but if anyone out
there is really looking for that Polymoog sound (and you don't have a
coffee table you can convert back into a working synth), the Cherry Audio
Polymode is on sale for $19 and pretty much nails the sound. Punch up the
Vox Humana preset, turn on the Ensemble, Phaser, and Reverb, and pretend
you're Gary Numan for a while.

Tim (here in my car) Servo
"Imagination is more important than knowledge." - Albert Einstein

On Wed, Feb 16, 2022 at 10:18 AM Tom Arnold <xyzzy at sysabend.org> wrote:

> I seem to remember there was a block diagram of the Polycom chip in some
> piece of documentation.
> Oh and Hi if anyone remembers me. :-)  I moved across the country, bought a
> fixer-upper house and changed jobs ( at NASA now ) so I haven't been
> exactly
> synthdiy active for a few years but decided recently to dip my toes back in
> by working on the Polymoog because I'm an idiot or something.
>   -Tom
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