DSI Pro 2 In Paraphonic Action

New video runs through a few of the synth's paraphonic patches      04/04/16

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Hemisphere had this to say about his newly-posted video featuring the Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2, "It seems there are not so many videos demonstrating the Pro 2's paraphonic mode in practice, so I dialed up a few paraphonic patches which I've programmed for use in my productions for the past few months."

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