Sonic LAB: Dave Smith Instruments MoPho

Is one voice enough?      24/12/08

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As a special Christmas treat from us, we're putting this review from William H online today, before we shut down and head home to fill ourselves with Christmas cheer. It's William's look at the much awaited Dave Smith Instruments MoPho desktop synthesizer. A single voice monophonic synth with two sub oscillators and input feedback loop for extra aggressive sounds, it's basically its a single voice from their Prophet 8 polysynth with a few differences. Some have called it the new Pro-One, lets take a look and see what our resident synth specialist has to say. Available now at $399.99 US, around £270 UK

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