Prophet X was a big release from Dave Smith Instruments, which may have been a little submerged in the overwhelming tide of releases from Superbooth this year.
Not only have we got the REV 2 style synthesis engine with split and layer, but a complex and deep sample sound source (2 layers) which can be single stretched samples or full multi-sample sound sets. We shot a video with Gerry Basserman at Superbooth, which to be fair was the first of the show and as we mentioned, Gerry's sound bank had just been borked by a software update, but he did gamely give us a look a the new synth, though without his nicely prepared set of patches.
So here are a fe more sounds which give a broader perspective on what the new Prophet X can do:
A great workout from Tallshy
Prophet X will be shipping this Summer priced at around $3999 US
2 multi-sampled stereo instruments per voice with editable sample start, sample end, loop size, and loop center, loop on/off, sample reverse, and sample stretch
150 GB of factory-installed 16-bit, 48 kHz sampled instruments created by 8Dio. An additional 50 GB of samples can be added by purchasing additional sound libraries. User-sample import is planned for December, 2018.
2 digital oscillators per voice with selectable sine, sawtooth, pulse, and supersaw waves. You can vary the shape of any of the waveshapes.
Glide (portamento): separate rates per oscillator; (samples can glide in Sample Stretch mode)
2 x analog 4-pole resonant low-pass filter per voice
Digital high-pass filter in Effects section
4 loopable, five-stage (ADSR plus delay) envelope generators: Filter, VCA, and two assignable
Polyphonic step sequencer with up to 64 steps (6 notes per step), and ties and rests.