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Although the Deepmind has up to 12 voices (depending on the model), it is possible to adjust the number of voices allocated to each note press, which is known as the polyphony. This can be adjusted in the POLY EDIT menu, found in the POLY section of the synth. Here is a list of all available selections and the way they behave:
 

  • Poly - A single voice allocated to each note
  • Unison-2 - The next available two voices are allocated to each note played.
  • Unison-3 - The next available three voices are allocated to each note played.
  • Unison-4 - The next available four voices are allocated to each note played.
  • Unison-6 - The next available six voices are allocated to each note played.
  • Unison-12 - All 12 voices are allocated to each note played.
  • Mono - The same voice is allocated to every note played.
  • Mono-2 - The same two voices are allocated to each note played. 
  • Mono-3 - The same three voices are allocated to each note played. 
  • Mono-4 - The same four voices are allocated to each note played. 
  • Mono-6 -The same six voices are allocated to each note played. 
  • Poly-6 - A single voice is allocated to each note played, but polyphony is limited to the next available six notes. 
  • Poly-8 - A single voice is allocated to each note played, but polyphony is limited to the next available eight notes.