Formerly known as Dave Smith Instruments, the next big synth from Sequential has been spotted by eagle-eyed readers of Sound On Sound. The Prophet XL looks to be on its way.
Featuring a 16 pad sampler & step sequencer & Dave Smith Instruments analog filters, Pioneer DJ's TORAIZ-SP-16 is aimed at forward thinking DJs & producers. Sara Simms finds out if they hit the mark.
Looks like DSI are about to release a desktop module version of the OB-6, the synth collaboration between Dave Smith and Tom Oberheim, two of the most influential polyphonic synth designers.
If you've got a Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2 mono synthesizer, then this expertly crafted sound bank from Boxed Ear is going to appeal with its super basses, warped leads, alien textures & deep pads.
Hardware synthesizers have continued their revival in 2015 proving that demand for tactile music machines is alive and kicking. Here's 5 of our favorite hardware synths released this year.
Does the new Dave Smith Instruments / Sequential Prophet 6 analog synth sound vintage and feel professional? Matt Vanacoro finds out on this review, with a video on how to program oscillator 1 too.
With the Sequential Prophet 6 ready to ship, we can now reveal that Steve H, publisher at AskVideo & Jordan Rudess, Dream Theater, are responsible for programming presets on this new DSI synthesizer.
Highly acclaimed synth designer, Dave Smith Instruments, have introduced their first-ever module for modular systems. The DSM01 Curtis filter aims to provide a saturated, brash and powerful sound.
When Dave Smith comes out and personally states they raised the bar with their latest hardware synth, we've every right to be excited! This hybrid mono synth looks and sounds great.
We were excited by its release at the beginning of the year and our excitement continues knowing that the DSI Prophet 12 Module is now shipping!
Responding to demand since the release of the highly acclaimed Prophet 12 keyboard, Dave Smith Instruments have released the Prophet 12 module in rack-ready format. We can't wait to get one to review.
When Dave Smith & Roger Linn collaborate on an analog drum machine you can expect something special. Rory Dow, synth master, gets hands on and discovers Tempest is more than just a drum machine!