Rhythmic Robot releases Poly770
Rhythmic Robot has released Poly770, a Kontakt instrument based on a Korg 770.
Featuring PWM, Chorus waves, Scale Noise, a Traveler Circuit, and a host of external input tones from classic Korg machines of the past, the Poly 770 is described as "a complex and rewarding beast of a synth" with a gritty, airy sound that doesn't resemble that of most old analogues.
While it can of course be used by tweaking all parameters one by one, it also comes with 40 factory patches, as well as a Glitch control which gives a new, musically-randomised patch every time you click it.
A Kontakt instruments requiring a full copy of Native Instruments' Kontakt v4.2.3 or higher (including all versions of Kontakt 5), Poly 770 is currently available at the introductory price of £20 instead of £25 (20% off) for a couple of weeks only. Audio demos and more information can be found at Rhythmic Robot's website.
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