Good video. Daniel Fisher from Sweetwater actually demonstrates polychainiing in the video. The polychaining looks to be pretty special beyond what you might expect. (I gotta look at a manual.) Fisher then splits the keyboard and play the two minilogues separately too. I want two too – that’s great versatility.
You can play the buttons like a keyboard too.
And he’s right i’m glad they kept the joystick.
BTW: the cool keyboard the Fisher uses is a Studiologic Numacompact which is only $500 - which would be fine for just a controller but it has sounds too.
EDIT: pulled up a better picture with more contrast.