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Polyend Tracker Mini

Polyend Tracker Mini: A Poly in your pocket  ·  Source:

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With the Polyend Tracker Mini, you get most of the features of the larger Tracker in a fun-sized form factor. What’s more, there are some aspects that are unique to this portable groovebox and the project files are cross-compatible.

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The folks at Polyend have returned to take all of our money, and we’ll hand it gladly hand it over with a rather glazed look in our eyes. This Gameboy-sized beat station screams escapism – and in a world of apps and gimmicks, it could well be the holy grail.

Polyend Tracker Mini: A Poly in your pocket

Like the Tracker, the Mini also provides 8 sequencer tracks, 256 patterns, and 128 Steps per pattern. Besides the 5-inch LCD display and the battery that gives you 8 hours of playtime, the Mini has a few tricks up its sleeve.

For starters, the Mini features a high-quality built-in microphone and the capability for working with stereo samples, with up to 8 minutes of mono sample pool memory.

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The Mini also functions as an interface giving you audio over USB, which is actually a function lacking on the Tracker. As a practical device, it weighs only 350g and ships with a hard carry case to protect it from bumps on the road.

Overall, a compact device like this offering such extensive music production features is simply astonishing. While it is in a similar price range to the larger Tracker, it’s certainly justified because the specs are so similar.

Pricing and availability:

The Tracker Mini is currently available from Thomann.

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9 responses to “The Polyend Tracker Mini is now available!”

    Ab. says:
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    oh my. That is exciting news. Out of all the ultra portable studio… this might be the most useable one

    30 year tracker user says:
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    As fun as this looks 700 euro is a joke. This and the previous version are woefully underpowered as trackers, particularly when you can pick up Renoise and and old laptop for less than 200€

    Neil says:
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    either that guy has tiny hands, or that thing is massive.

    jonwtr says:
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    Dirty wave M8 is the obvious contender. More portable, more onboard synths, more fx, more assignable lfo options , … Potential buyers should compare. Still love the original tracker, so an upgraded version will surely be great as well.

      Amigaman says:
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      Does the M8 have a performance mode like the OG tracker? Also, the screen looks very tiny.

      spoinb says:
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      M8 has nice specs
      mono samples though

        Peter says:
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        Dirtywavy M8 specs outstrip Polyend Mini in most departments, and adds a bunch of synth engines to boot (besides just samples).

        Also it has supported stereo samples for quite a while now.

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