A Complete Guide To The Behringer Poly D Synthesizer

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The latest XNB video offers a complete guide to the Behringer Poly D synthesizer, a 4-note paraphonic keyboard that builds on the classic design of the Moog Minimoog.

While Behringer calls it a ‘Poly’ synth, it is a paraphonic design that lets you individually control the pitches of its oscillators. The rest of the audio path is essentially a monophonic design.

This video covers all the key features of the Behringer Poly D, including oscillators, filters, patch bay, LFO, envelopes, modulation, sequencer and arpeggiator. This is not a review, but is intended to be a complete in-depth guide to the Poly D.

Topics covered:

0:00 – Intro
0:50 – OSC’s
07:24 – Cutoff & Emphasis
10:13 – KBD control
13:45 – Contour & F.Env
19:46 – Loudness contour
24:22 – Modes
32:22 – Autodamp
37:02 – MultiTrigger
42:29 – Noise/LFO
48:58 – Filter EG/OSC4
01:00:14 – Glide
01:01:25 – EXT IN
01:04:49 – Chorus/Distortion
01:07:24 – SEQ:Recording
01:17:42 – Banks & Patterns
01:28:52 – Accents & Rests
01:33:42 – Editing pattern
01:36:37 – Tie & step Length
01:41:38 – Glide
01:45:54 – Ratchet
01:48:35 – Step mode
01:54:59 – Arp

Check it out and share your thoughts on the Behringer Poly D in the comments!

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