FB: – Dave Smith Instruments. come out with a new synth. since P12 and rack and Mopho 4x are out – what could be expected?
Its a monophonic Prophet 12 – the Pro 2 with 32 Step Sequencer – it is NOT a P12 repacked – it has 2 filters and more digital waves and the Delays are bucket delay emulations x4.
the sequencer allows to RECORD in Step Mode like BS2, Pro One etc..
Originally Posted by Pym (DSI)
“To expand a bit on the sequencer:
– Step mode that steps through one step at a time from key, ext audio, or a CV input
– Slew PER STEP on every sequence track
– Live recording using knob movements that automatically assign the param to a new sequence
– Point to point slew (per step) so you can do precise ramps on parameter changes per step
– Note slew on the main track for 303 style sequences (all oscillators)
– Step recording: toggle record on and start pressing keys to enter the sequence
– In step input, hold a key and turn a knob to assign that param to the step and hear the changes in realtime, makes it super easy to enter what you want quickly
– Envelope trigger on/off so you can have param/CV/MIDI tracks running independently of keyboard/synth playback, or hold a note and have it affected by the param changes without retriggering
– You can use every track as a MIDI track if you want to control multiple instruments”
Was könnte da kommen von Dave Smith (klicken um eine Liste der DSI Synths zu sehen)? Ein Monophoner mit CV Interface – Pro 2 – sie werde in der Matrix verschaltet – you can set these CVs to be addressed by the matrix or/and the sequencer that allows 16 or 32 steps with 8 or 16 tracks (!)
Test im SynMag 48!
zoom in here – sort of mopho – or s small P12/2 -> P6 mopho 6voice ..? that could be tempting, huh?
Endlich ein würdiger Evolver Nachfolger:
- polyrhythmic 16 track with mod matrix – can control external synths
- SSM based 4pole
- SEM-Style Multimode 2pole
- Envelope follower, Sequencer Audiotrigger-In
- 4x CV IO can send oscs, lfos etc to cv as well
- better Delays + Distortion
- Paraphonic 4x (its 4 oscs like the p12)
about $2000 -> update: it’s 1700€
some audio by Robert Rich
and in the video you can see this DSI module, which might be just one for the show here, but possibly gives us the sign to use the only left new Curtis Chips in a module by DSI themselves?