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Dave Smith Instruments Prophet 08 PE Desktop Synthesizer Module
Tabletop synthesizer module with rack-mount hardware
The Prophet '08 synthesizer module is a tabletop knobby module with all of the features and controls of the Prophet '08 Keyboard (minus the keyboard, of course) in an even more compact enclosure. With real analog oscillators, famed Curtis low-pass filters, and analog VCAs, the Prophet '08 is capable of reproducing the familiar sounds of its legendary predecessors. But modern features like a greatly expanded modulation matrix and additional modulation sourcesilike three envelopes and 4 LFOs per voiceitake it way beyond the vintage gear and make this a worthy and unique addition to the Prophet family tree.
Features include a gated 16 x 4 step sequencer, arpeggiator, split or stacked key modes with separate stereo outputs per layer, and rack ears for optional rack-mounting. The Prophet '08 module can also be used as an expander to increase the polyphony of another Prophet '08ikeyboard or moduleito 16 voices.
Also known as: Dave Smith Instruments Prophet '08 Synthesizer Module, Dave Smith Instruments Prophet '08 Dave Smith Instruments Prophet '08 Desktop Synthesizer Module
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