Ploytec Releases New Demo Song for πλ² Pi L Squared

January 22, 2016
The Ploytec Synthesizer „πλ² Pi L Squared“ got a fantastic new demo song
Ploytec at NAMM, Anaheim, Hall A booth #6422

Ploytec, the german makers of ultra small footprint synthesizers, "they say the best things come in small packages“ released a new PL2 demo song. The RnB dance track is called “Bodypart (feat. Adi Wolf)” and available by today on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play Music and many other web stores.

At Ploytec’s NAMM booth in Hall A, #6422 you can also take a look at the brand new “USB2 Audio Junction 2.0” development platform, which gives you up to four channels of 192kHz audio, Mac Class Compliant and Windows ASIO drivers, based on Atmel’s extremely affordable ATSAM3U1C chip. The Ploytec JCT2.0 plays audio directly from (and to) USB endpoints, reducing hardware latency to literally nothing. There’s also USB3.0 superspeed solutions including a USB3.0 MIDI board containing 16 MIDI I/Os.

Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wN9xSolirFE
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/bodypart-feat.-adi-wolf-single/id1073322172
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01ABCM02M
Product page: http://www.ploytec.com/pl2
Follow Ploytec PL2 on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PLsquared

About Ploytec GmbH:
Markus Medau, a developer and keyboardist with the Berlin band Edit_H, born in 1972, joined forces in 1999 with Werner Wirsum, an information scientist born in 1968, to develop USB ASIO drivers. It all began with Cubase, a computer, and the lack of an audio input. Reputable manufacturers soon secured licenses (Apogee, SoundDevices, TerraTec, and Yamaha, later followed by Access, Alesis, Lexicon, Numark, Steinberg, Tascam and others). Kicking off their hardware business in early 2004 with the founding of Ploytec GmbH, the entrepreneurs are now busy developing USB3.0 audio hardware and software.
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