Explore the library sounds and endless customization possibilities of POLYPLEX.
- [Instructor] So the next instrument…we're going to talk about is called Polyplex,…and this is another one of those Reacktor instruments…that's very niche,…has a sort of a specific use,…but is really versatile and is very well put together;…and there are a lot of really cool possibilities.…Now Polyplex is essentially a percussion synthesizer,…and I'm going to open the kick version.…What's a percussion synthesizer?…Well, it allows us to use synthesis methods…to create percussion sounds.…Now this is possible in many different synthesizers,…even Massive.…I made some of the best kick drum sounds…I've ever made in Massive,…but the thing about instruments that are created…specifically to create percussion is that…they often have tools that make things sound a certain way.…
They're geared toward making punchy sounds.…Now Polyplex has a ton of different possibilities here,…and the sounds tend to be very interesting.…Now when you open up individual instances of Polyplex…like kick, one shot,…percussion, snare;…it tends to give you one sound,…
- Core products
- New products and features
- Effects processors
- DAW and hardware integrations
Skill Level Beginner
2. Flagship Instruments
3. New Additions
4. FX Processors
5. DAW Integration
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