Polyend’s beloved Tracker finishes out the year with a pitch-perfect update – and homebrew gaming. And there are updates for their Preset module for Eurorack and the brilliant Medusa synthesizer hardware, too. The post Polyend had a blissful 2020, but they’re not done yet – Tracker, Preset, Medusa updates appeared first on CDM Create Digital … Continue reading Polyend had a blissful 2020, but they’re not done yet – Tracker, Preset, Medusa updates
norms from monome opens up an ecosystem of musical ideas. But if opening that door was out of your budget range, consider a DIY option – and marvel at what this can do with a terrific new app. The post norns, nerdy instrument as art, has a great new tracker app and a DIY option … Continue reading norns, nerdy instrument as art, has a great new tracker app and a DIY option
The update delivers new features, improved SD card support, performance enhancements, ‘candy for vintage tracker fans’ and more.… Read More Polyend Tracker Gets Firmware Update, ‘Candy For Vintage Tracker Fans’
SunVox, the genius invention of Alexander Zolotov that’s free or just a few bucks on basically every platform, just keeps getting better. The post SunVox, free-cheap tracker and modular, gets new pitch and dynamic scale features appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
Innovative musical instrument manufacturer, Polyend, has released Tracker, the first hardware tracker workstation based on the software from the 1980’s…
Surprise number one: Polyend’s Tracker packs a lot of deep musicality you may have missed in the teasers and leaks. Surprise two: it costs far less than people first guessed. At $599 (with a free hard case, too), independent Polish maker Polyend looks competitive up against some big brands. Here’s the basic idea – you … Continue reading Polyend’s Tracker is here for $599 – here’s what makes it special for playing and production
Sampling and modulation and sound generation all come together in the Nerdseq Portable – fully standalone, original tracker hardware for live performance and production. Yes, there are two standalone tracker devices out this week. They’re both from independent makers. They’re both fully integrated hardware that run on their own. And if you want to go … Continue reading Nerdseq portable will put a sampling tracker in your hand
Over the last few weeks, Polyend has rocketed itself in the spotlight with Tracker – a sleek, modern-looking instrument with elements of the past creeping to the surface. The name stems from the retro, vertical tracker sequencer seen on the large built-in screen, which is the centrepiece of Tracker. Polyend designed Tracker with the intention … Continue reading Polyend Tracker has landed, dialling us into a different age
The term ‘tracker’ describes an early form of sequencing that originated on the Amiga computer and they may yet make a mainstream comeback, thanks to this intriguing new device from Polish synth-makers Polyend.
Polyend has been gradually releasing a set of teasers for Tracker – and today we get the first big picture, looking like a love child of a monome, 90s tracker software, Maschine, and Push. I mean, just look at this thing: It looks massively fast for programming elaborate patterns, whether you’re thinking classic genres or … Continue reading Polyend teases Tracker: grid, tracker display, hardware