Sneak Preview Of The New DSI Tetra Polyphonic Synth

Dave Smith's Latest Analog Monster      13/08/09

Here's a sneak preview of the sound of the new Dave Smith Instruments Tetra polyphonic synthesizer.

Tetra takes the sound and features of DSI's Mopho, multiplies them by four, and packs them into a box less than half an inch larger. It offers four voices, multiple envelopes, LFOs, sequencers and an analog resonant filter.

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juicy audio productions    Said...

aaah, so nick passed my email on. Good stuff :-)

13-Aug-09 05:39 AM


Mr. Sage    Said...

This thing has got vibe!

13-Aug-09 11:39 AM


selercs    Said...

i am really glad to see Sir Dave Smith keep making great polyphonic multi-timbral real analog synthesizers.

Tetra really blew me away because it has 4 separate timbres (the 1st for Dave Smith)...

Ever since the Andromeda, I was wondering why no one could make an affordable analog synth with multiple parts (CODE is very expensive)...

Here comes Dave Smith...thanks! I hope you make more synths in the future such as this guy!

13-Aug-09 11:49 PM


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