Polyend Play

The names of their devices are super common names too: Seq, Perc, Preset, Poly 2, Tracker. Which at the very least, makes searching for them harder in these databases.

I searched the Canadian trademark site – nothing. Hard to believe they would forego registering at all but maybe. Their business registration is official and updated yearly.

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Finding nothing also. It seems that the mechanism of the Perc may have been patented but it makes it super hard to find.

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any new hints on this device?

So the grid is almost certainly both sequencer and keyboard. And the buttons will have X, Y and Z dimensions and MPE, like the Medusa. Next question is the specifics on the synth engine.

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Becaaauuuuussseeee…? :slight_smile:

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if it turns out to be a sampling beat machine with grid features of the medusa… oh my goodness

nothing… nil… nobody??

spill the beans already!

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Polyend shared a little something on their ig story today…

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:eyes::eyes:

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Looks Delugesque

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Indeed …
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Was just about to do that!

Still can’t the name in the upper left.

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ENHANCE!

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ENHANCE!

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:joy: :joy: nooo

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Looks like it has a bigger screen than the Deluge. Not hard to do considering Deluge only has a 4 character display.

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20x8 led pad things
15 knobs + 6 buttons
A big knob and three black/orange buttons

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The Deluge has 16x8 + 2x8 for track controls; maybe Polyend is following a similar workflow with fewer shift presses required? Mute, solo, select, launch.

Alternatively, could this just be a new, more space-saving version of the Seq?

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…this is one device I have high hopes for in 2022.

Hoping it will be my better built OP-Z replacement…one can dream.
It looks nice though!

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Me too. I’m also an OP-Z owner with eyes on this :eyes:

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