A 6-voice polyphonic analog synthesizer with a 61-key keyboard. Released in 1981.

The PolySix is essentially a true polyphonic version of the Mono/Poly, with added 32-patch memory and a tape interface for more storage space. The modulation capabilities aren't as flexible as with the Mono/Poly, due to having only one LFO. But the 6 VCOs can be played in the unison mode to create a really thick monophonic sound.

Chips used in the PolySix include SSM 2044 as the VCF and SSM 2056 as the ADSR envelope generator.

from the original owner's manual

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