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The Dave Smith Instruments Prophet Rev2 Analog Poly Synth Module is a portable desktop module version of the Prophet Rev2 Synthesizer and can be controlled by an external MIDI keyboard or controller. Other improvements include the integrated power supply as well as USB support and the crisp OLED display that provides visual feedback for all your controls and parameters.
The effects section of the DSI Prophet Rev2 Module has been expanded with a range of new features. The effects section includes reverb, delays (standard and BBD), chorus, phase shifter, ring modulation as well as distortion. When the Rev 2 Synth is in split or stacked voice mode, you can apply a different effect to each layer for added versatility. The parameters of the effects can be modulated through the mod matrix, which is twice as expansive as the original DSI Prophet, with 8 slots and many more source/destinations.
At the heart of the Dave Smith Instruments Prophet Rev2 Analog Module is the two DCO’s as well as a sub-octave generator on oscillator 1 per voice. 4 waveshapes are also included as well as a 2/4 pole low-pass, resonant Curtis filter on each voice. The Curtis filters are the exact same filters used in the original Prophet ’08 as well as many classic vintage instruments. The new polyphonic step sequencer provides up to 64 steps and 6 notes per step, giving you comprehensive control over sequences, rhythms and patterns you can create. A different sequence can be created for each layer when working in stacked or split voice mode for added versatility. This allows you to create up to 4 different 16-step sequences. You can also rest during sequences and sync them to an external MIDI clock. The built-in arpeggiator features note repeat, re-latching and again it can be synced via a external MIDI clock.