Thursday, August 6, 2009

Dave Smith Instruments Introduces the Tetra

Dave Smith has been a busy guy.  Hot on the heels of the popular Mopho comes the Tetra, essentially a 4-voice version of the Mopho that is also multi-timbral (and multiple Tetras can be chained together if you need more than that).

Other features include:

  • Affordable, fully programmable poly synth with a 100% analog signal path.
  • Classic, real analog sound—including legendary Curtis analog low-pass filter.
  • Four-part multitimbral capability with four separate outputs.
  • Combo Mode for huge unison patches, stacked sequences, and "modular-style" poly sounds.
  • Expandable: poly chain with other Tetras, Prophet '08, and Mopho for expanded polyphony
  • Just 7.9" x 5" (20.07 cm x 12.7 cm).
  • Free editor for Mac OS and Windows.

3 comments:

Matthias said...

Nice!
So the picture, which was posted on the internet a couple of weeks ago, was no fake after all.
I wonder, how much this machine will cost eventually...

Tom said...

I believe I heard $799

Anonymous said...

Hmmm wonder how this compares to a virus snow...